When things go wrong in a nanny’s work life, it’s rarely the kids or the quality of childcare that is to blame. For nannies and families, the private residence is the professional workspace and too often any semblance of a traditional work environment and employer and employee relationship cease to exist. Successful, seasoned career nannies know the key to longevity in this field is building and maintaining solid nanny and family relationships. Having a solid understanding of the specific information outlined in this course will lay the foundation for a successful nanny family relationship.
The curriculum in this course aligns with the US Nanny Association National Standards and the clock hours from this course are accepted for the US Nanny Association Basic Nanny and Childcare Provider (BNCP) Credential.