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Are you looking to expand your knowledge and grow your resume? Have you ever thought of taking an online childcare course?

Take an online childcare course. Boston Baby Nurse & Nanny has launched a robust online learning platform for nannies to take professional development courses. Upon completion, you will be given a certification that you can add to your resume and LinkedIn profile. Parents will be impressed by your eagerness to learn and grow professionally in the early childhood field. If you’re currently trying to land a nanny position, take our course Professionalism In the Workplace to learn expert interview skills. In addition, the course covers the importance of communication and how to resolve concerns appropriately with your boss as well as other skills that will have you walking in as a confident professional nanny.

If you choose to work with Boston Baby Nurse & Nanny to be matched with a family, you will be given our Nanny Safety Training for free! Our families take comfort in knowing that all our nannies are well qualified and have access to even more childcare trainings. Stand out and put your boss at ease by taking our Covid-19 Caregiver Training. This course is also provided to our Nannies and Newborn Care Experts free of charge just for working with us.

Our two most popular classes are Sleep Coaching 101 and the Newborn Care Expert Training Program. These are great not only for Newborn Care Specialists but also for nannies working with infants. Sleep Coaching can start as early as 4 months old, but our class can help any nanny or parent who is ready to begin the process. Our Controlled & Compassionate Sleep Coaching Method will never let a baby cry for more than 15 minutes. The Newborn Care Expert Training covers many topics ranging from umbilical cord care to bottle-feeding to reflexes; click here to see the breakdown of each unit.

Our newest class is Caring For Young Children: Early Childhood Milestones. This course goes through all major milestones that caregivers should be aware of from ages 0 through 4. It provides suggestions on how to reach certain milestones and what to look for when working with different age groups. The course states why it is important that childcare providers know what milestones to work on with children. “A child’s first 5 years of life are so important to lay the groundwork for future learning. The opportunities a child is offered in his first 5 years will directly affect his future ability to learn. Think of it as scaffolding; if the base of the structure isn’t strong then you can’t build on top of it.”

All of our classes are research-based and created by experts from the Boston medical community, an author of award-winning parenting books, sought-after sleep consultants, and early childhood educators. Our courses have multiple types of instructional methods to fit all learning styles: videos, PowerPoints, articles, audio files, handouts, and more. We hope you will check out what we have to offer as we are always creating new classes for the nanny community. Sign up for a class before May 31st and get 15% off your first course with the coupon code LEARN15.

 

 


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