In this course students will complete the following units: identify and respond to children and young people at risk, ensure the health and safety of children, provide care for children, child psychology, contribute to provision of nutritionally balanced food, support the development of children, interact effectively with children, provide experiences to support children's play and learning, develop understanding of children's interests and developmental needs and first aid and OHS processes.
Career Prospects: Employment in this very large occupation rose strongly in the past five years and is forecast to grow strongly in the long-term.
Nannies care for children as employees or contractors in private households. Employment can be sought in almost any location nationwide. International work opportunities for professional nannies exist in such countries as the UK, USA and France.
Nannies will typically carry out the following tasks: care for babies or young children by feeding, washing and dressing them and by supervising their play and learning activities, plan creative play and learning activities and organise meal and sleep times, develop and/or maintain appropriate routines, safeguard children against potential dangers and hazards (swimming pools, kitchen utensils, poisons and stairs). The maximum time given to complete a program is three years. This course is recognised and accredited by the International Association of Private Career Colleges (IAPCC).
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Variable - to suit the learner
No attendance for this course
This is a distance learning course
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