In-Person (Live) Training – Newborn Care and Intermediate Childcare

The US Nanny Institute offers in-person classes. In-person trainings are weekend sessions with 15 hours of class time, 5 hours of online learning, and a proctored exam. Students who complete the training earn the Intermediate Childcare Certification or the Newborn Care Certification. If you are an agency owner, a faculty instructor will travel to your city and train 25+ students.

The total training time is 20 hours which meets the training time requirements for the US Nanny Association credentials. Students who complete the training program will meet the education requirements for the Nanny and Childcare Provider (NCP) or Newborn and Infant Care Professional (NICP) certifications. Those who attend a training weekend can receive 10% off group discount on these US Nanny Association certifications.

Instructor-led programs are taught by Master Instructor Elizabeth Malson using the curriculum approved and created by 30+ faculty experts.

 

Faculty-led Newborn Care training on June 5-6, 2021 in Orlando, Florida.

Total tuition and fees are $699 and include faculty-led training, a workbook, snacks and a boxed lunch on Saturday and Sunday and a free ticket to the Parent and Nanny Conference.

 

Register here for the Newborn Care program on June 5-6, 2021. Training will be held at the Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Theme Parks starting at 8 am and ending at 5 pm. Enrollment will close on May 21st to print the workbooks and order the lunches. If you are ill and unable to attend, your tuition will be transferred to the online program. Questions? Email Faculty-Instructor Liz at info@usnannyinstitute.com or call 941-773-9020.

More dates and locations coming soon. If you are an agency owner or local nanny group leader and want to schedule a training weekend, please email info@usnannyinstitute.com

 

Newborn Care Program – Faculty-Led Training

The US Nanny Institute Newborn Care program has 5 hours of online classes that you watch on-demand before the weekend session and 15 hours of instructor-led training over the weekend. Students also get full access to the courses online for 3 months if they want to review any of the information taught during the faculty-led training. The program includes a set of study guides that prepare you for the proficiency exam and students get 2 attempts to pass the exam – one attempt during the training and if needed, a second attempt online at a later date.

When the program is completed, students earn a Newborn Care Certification and get a transcript that lists the program courses. The course is approved by the US Nanny Association and is accepted for the training requirement for the Newborn Care and Infant Professional Certification (NCIP).

Weekend Schedule:
  • Two weeks prior to the first day of classes: Complete 5 hours of online training on child safety
    • HS 101: Emergency Planning (1 hour)
    • HS 102: Safety in the Home (1 hour)
    • HS 103: Water Awareness (1 hour)
    • HS 104: Food Safety ( 1 hour)
    • OP 201: Car Seat Safety (1 hour)
  • Friday: Optional dinner and/or cocktail hour
  • Saturday: Complete 8 hours of faculty-led training
    • CC 101: Understanding Children (2 hours)
    • CC 102: Children and the Law (1 hour)
    • CC 201: Newborn Care (2 hours)
    • CC 205: Children and Literacy (1 hour)
    • HS 202: Childhood Health (1.5 hours)
    • CC 404 Baby Sign Language (0.5 hour)
  • Sunday: Complete 7 hours of faculty-led training and the Newborn Care exam
    • CC 303: Advanced Newborn Care (1.5 hours)
    • CC 305: Children and Music (1 hour)
    • CC 405: Multiples and Siblings (0.5 hours)
    • HS 501: Sleep Training (1 hour)
    • GE 101: Professionalism (1 hour)
    • PS 601: Expert Resumes and LinkedIn profile (1 hour)
    • OP 103: Payroll, Taxes and NCS Business (1 hour)

 

Intermediate Care Program – Faculty-Led Training

The US Nanny Institute Intermediate Care program has 5 hours of online classes that you watch on-demand before the weekend session and 15 hours of instructor-led training over the weekend. Students also get full access to the courses online for 3 months if they want to review any of the information taught during the faculty-led training. The program includes a set of study guides that prepare you for the proficiency exam and students get 2 attempts to pass the exam – one attempt during the training and if needed, a second attempt online at a later date.

When the program is completed, students earn the Intermediate Childcare Certification and get a transcript that lists the program courses. The course is approved by the US Nanny Association and is accepted for the training requirement for the Nanny and Childcare Provider Certification (NCP).

Weekend Schedule:
  • Two weeks prior to the first day of classes: Complete 5 hours of online training on child safety
    • HS 101: Emergency Planning (1 hour)
    • HS 102: Safety in the Home (1 hour)
    • HS 103: Water Awareness (1 hour)
    • HS 104: Food Safety ( 1 hour)
    • GE 102: Stress Management (1 hour)
  • Friday: Optional dinner and/or cocktail hour
  • Saturday: Complete 8 hours of faculty-led training
    • CC 101: Understanding Children (2 hours)
    • CC 102: Children and the Law (1 hour)
    • CC 103: Positive Discipline (1 hour)
    • GE 101: Professionalism (1 hour)
    • CC 202: Newborn Care (2 hours)
    • CC 202: Toddlers (1 hour)
  • Sunday: Complete 7 hours of faculty-led training and the Newborn Care exam
    • CC 203: Preschool (1 hour)
    • CC 204: Primary Years (1.5 hours)
    • CC 205: Children and Literacy (1 hour)
    • CC 205: STEM Activities (1 hour)
    • HS 201: Childhood Fitness (1 hour)
    • HS 202: Childhood Health (1.5 hours)

I’ve been a nanny for over five years and I learned so much more than I expected. In each program, I gained new skills and used them right away with the children in my care. The faculty are college professors who really understand childcare. I am now earning more to help pay for graduate school.

- Karli

I talk about the importance of education to the children in my care so it’s important that I invest in nanny and childcare training. I learned about nutrition, fitness, special education, child development, and so much more. The Professional Childcare program has made me a better nanny.

- Sarah

I worked as a live-in nanny and want to earn more with another long term position. My US Nanny Institute Certification makes my application stand out from the others.

- Evelyn

As a mom who’s employed 2 nannies over 6 years, it was hard to find good candidates. I look for the US Nanny Institute Certification because it gives me confidence that the nannies have the right training to care for my kids.

- Lisa

I love teaching children about music and jumped at the chance to share my best tips and songs in a music course. Music is fun and nannies have an opportunity to delight and educate the children in their care.

- Beth

Seeking Employment?

The Nanny Institute is invested in your success, including getting a job with a great family. All Nanny Institute programs include job placement classes. These classes teach expert resume writing, job search strategies, prepare you for interviews, and help you negotiate a work agreement. These classes are optional as many students are already successfully employed.

 

 

Placement Services
Included at no additional cost

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.

The US Nanny Institute proudly uses SAP Litmos as our eLearning partner. SAP Litmos Mobile makes learning more accessible for you by ensuring you can access all your eLearning courses via your smartphone. With this app, you can easily search for your organization's learning content and access it anytime, anywhere. With this app, students gain flexibility, have greater engagement and course consumption. This app requires an active SAP Litmos account which is your US Nanny Institute username and password.

Student Services

The Admission Office is available by phone Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8am and 5pm EST for enrollment and program support. If unavailable to take the call at (941) 773-9020, the admissions department accepts voicemails and text messages. The Admissions office can also be reached at info@usnannyinstitute.com.

 

Instructor-Led Training Refund Policy

Enrollment and tuition fees include faculty-led instruction, a workbook and lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Enrollment fees do not cover breakfast, dinner, transportation or any overnight accommodation. In lieu of cancellation, students have the option to transfer from the faculty-led program to the online program.

Should a student’s enrollment be terminated or canceled for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following refund schedule:

  • If cancellation occurs more than 14 days in advance and no online classes have been completed, the enrollment and tuition fees are refunded at 75%.
  • If cancellation occurs on or within 14 days of the first day of training and/or online classes have been completed, the enrollment and tuition fees are non-refundable.
  • If cancellation occurs by US Nanny Institute, students will be provided a full refund of enrollment and tuition fees. US Nanny Institute is not responsible for any incurred travel or accommodation costs.

Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination of the student’s enrollment.

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