- Purchase the US Nanny Program that best fits your childcare goals.
- Immediately receive a welcome email with the link to your account (check your spam folder)
- Login and sign the enrollment agreement and statement of understanding. Upload a copy of a government issued identification from any recognized country to confirm you identity.
- The classes load into your private student account immediately and unlock within an hour of signing the enrollment documents, so you can start right away. The program is 100% online and you can go at your own pace.
Completed a Program and ready to move to the next level? Read more about Enroll as You Go options.
What are the Enrollment Requirements?
To enroll, students must read and sign the Enrollment Agreement and Statement of Understanding. Additional enrollment requirements include:
- Must be 18 years old or older
- Provide a government-issued identification with birthdate and photo from any recognized country
- Be fluent in English
Funding Sources and Tax Deductions
While businesses can offer payment programs, discounts and sales, the US Nanny Institute is a career college and adheres to the Department of Education requirements. Licensed post-secondary schools must comply with 6E-1.0032(7), F.A.C which states, “Tuition or fee discounts are not permissible.”
The US Nanny Institute offers Enroll As You Go which allows you to make $200 payments over time by purchasing each level separately. This allows students to pay for 10 hours of class at a time. The Nanny Institute also offers scholarships, when available.
US Nanny Institute programs are not eligible for federal education loans (financial aid). Students are not able to submit FAFSA forms for the US Nanny Institute programs. Nanny Institute tuition and fees may be tax deductible if the course is sufficiently connected to employment activities. The US Nanny Institute does not generate 1098-T forms, in accordance with the following IRS guideline: Instructions for Forms 1098-E and 1098-T published by the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1098et.pdf). For more information, consult an accountant.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Should a student’s enrollment be terminated or canceled for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following. Cancellation requires the submission of Form 108 by electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by termination. If the Nanny Institute does not accept the student or the student does not start any classes and cancels within (3) business days after making payment and signing the enrollment agreement, 100% of tuition (less the $50 nonrefundable enrollment fee) will be refunded. Cancellation after enrollment through 25% of the program will result in a Pro Rata refund. Program completion is computed on the number of clock hours of courses completed to the total program clocks hours or the number of days since enrollment to the total number of days allocated to complete the program, whichever is greater. Canceling after completing more than 25% of the program (courses and/or time allocated) will result in no refund. Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination of the student’s enrollment or receipt of Cancellation Notice (Form 108) from the student.
The US Nanny Institute responds to all requests for accommodations (adaptive devices and/or auxiliary staff and services) to meet the individual and unique needs of students with disabilities. Each student will work collaboratively with US Nanny Institute to develop reasonable accommodations.
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