Need a payment plan? Want to take additional programs now that you’ve gained more work experience? The Enroll as You Go option allows you to purchase each program individually. Start with the Basic Program, then when you are ready, enroll in the Intermediate program. The curriculum must be completed in sequential order. You must complete Basic, then Intermediate, then Advanced and Specialist before enrolling in the Professional program.

To enroll:

  1. Select a program and pay the tuition and fees.
  2. Check your email for a link to log into your student account. You should use the same login if you are a returning student.
  3. Sign and complete the enrollment agreement. When the enrollment agreement and government identification is submitted, the Administrative staff will be notified to confirm the prerequisite levels are complete. You will be notified when the program is available to begin, usually within 2 business days.

Not sure which is right for you? Contact us to learn more about Enroll as You Go options.

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This course uses nanny specific examples of a traditional and visual resume to teach resume writing as well as demonstrates how to modernize a nanny portfolio using LinkedIn.
Knowing the most current job seeking trends and skills creates an advantage in gaining a desired position. This course will review the types of jobs in childcare, practical tools to find the right job opportunities, and how to network and use social media to enhance your professional reputation.
Interviews are a critical part of the employment process that enables potential employers and candidates to learn about each other. This course will help you prepare for an interview, know what to expect during the interview, how to end an interview, and what to write in thank you notes.
Negotiating employment compensation may create anxiety but is an important skill to make sure you feel valued and fairly compensated for your work. This course will help you determine what components of compensation are most important to you and how to effectively communicate with a potential employer on salary and benefits.
Negotiating employment compensation may create anxiety but is an important skill to make sure you feel valued and fairly compensated for your work. This course will help you determine what components of compensation are most important to you and how to effectively communicate with a potential employer on salary and benefits.

Free Online Class - Nanny Contract & Newborn Care Work Agreement Example

Taking time to think through and write down job expectations will help ensure parents and nannies understands the responsibilities and compensation. Nanny contracts and newborn care specialist contracts help reduce confusion and create a more positive experience. This course will share why you need a nanny agreement and what elements should be included in a nanny contract. The second video walks through a 14-page example that can be modified to your nanny job.

 

Download - Nanny Contract & Newborn Care Work Agreement Example

You can download an example nanny contract that includes all the elements needed to hire a part-time nanny, full-time nanny, live-in nanny, overnight nanny, or a newborn care specialist. The example covers nanny job duties, compensation, benefits including nanny training and so much more. You can download the nanny contract example as Word (.doc), Adobe (.pdf) or .pages file. The file is unlocked so you can modify, edit and delete.

The US Nanny Institute is providing this example to educate parents, nannies, lawyers and others about the unique considerations for in-home childcare. The example illustrates components of a work agreement but the US Nanny Institute is not responsible for any edits or modifications. The US Nanny Institute recommends a local lawyer review any contract between parents and nannies to ensure the agreement meets all federal, state and local laws.