Foundational Newborn Care Specialist Training

THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS “NOT NCS 101”

TOPICS COVERED

  • What is an NCS and how is that different from a Doula, Night Nanny or Traditional Nanny. define/explain
  • Doula: Define/explain similarities and differences..
  • Night Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences.
  • Traditional Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences.
  • Contracts with clients: What needs to be in it? Do I really need it? The client doesn’t want one.
  • Liability insurance: Do I need it? Why? Where can I get it?
  • Tax Overview: What are my tax obligations? Does my client pay taxes on me? My client wants to pay me with a business check?

Prerequisite:  Must have prior experience working with infants in a professional setting, either as a nanny or as a daycare provider (or similar capacity).  If you have not had any prior experience with infants; we can refer you to a program more geared toward your needs and then after successful completion, you can return to take our Foundational program. Minimum age: 18 years old.

Combined Foundational and Advanced Also Available.

More than just training

More skills, More babies, more money.
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