Caring for a child is a big responsibility. From the moment a caregiver take charge, the responsibility of the child’s safety, health and general well being rests with the child care provider.
The International Nanny Association provides guidelines for in-home child care providers to help prepare caregivers and parents for the responsibility that comes along with being a primary caregiver.
The training includes training in basic child care at various developmental stages, child behavior and discipline, communication and proper inter-relationships with children and their family, and safety.
This training also includes the First Aid/CPR/AED Certification.
During the training, your learning is supported through additional activities and video clips.
The guidelines and resources provided by the INA helps you to prepare for the Nanny Credential Exam to become an INA Credentialed Nanny.
This training will cover:
Characteristics of Nannies & Recommended Practices
Nanny Care Models
Salary – Benefits – and Other Logistics
The Overall Learning Environment and Children Development
Developmental Stages Review
Supportive Learning Environments for Each Developmental Stage
Learning Through Play & Games
Guidance & Discipline
Safety & Emergency Preparedness
Sometimes we overlook the obvious
Safety for Infants and Toddlers
Safety for Preschoolers and School Age Children
CPR / First Aid / AED Training – trainer is a Certified CPR professional.