Career Skills for Nannies
There is more to being a nanny than childcare. It can be hard to know what rate to ask for, how to draw up a contract, and how to deal with issues that may arise with your employers in a professional way.
Learn business skills from a successful career nanny in this half-day workshop. There will be ample time for questions. The workshop price includes a 15 minute 1-On-1 session to discuss specific issues or get ideas for building a sustainable career. (Already registered? Reserve a time for your 1-On-1 here.)
Topics covered include:
finding families that align with your values and appreciate your skills
determining the appropriate hourly rate for your education and experience
developing a professional resume
preparing for interviews
creating a contract, with examples
getting paid over the table to secure your financial future
working as a fluid, respectful team with parents, other nannies, and household staff
saying goodbye to the child and family when the time comes
This workshop is usually scheduled to follow my RIE® Nurturing Nanny™ courses. The price for this workshop is $125 when taken alone. Students who have taken or are currently registered for my Nurturing Nanny course are eligible for a $30 discount (email me for the coupon code).
April 2021 - Online
The workshop will be held via Zoom on Sunday, April 9th, 10am-1pm PST. (Check for your timezone).
Looking for a possibility not listed here? If you have a group of 10-14 nannies who would like to take the course, you can contact me to schedule a private workshop session.
"I would like to make the people who work with infants the most honorable and best paid--not overpaid, because it shouldn't be done by people who do it only for the money. Educaring should be done by very capable people who also make a decent living. That's what I would wish for the future.
"We can make it happen. It won't happen in weeks or even in months. The politicians will not make it happen. We have to do it. We have to present ourselves like professional people who do a most important job, which we do. Slowly, not in my time but in yours, this may have results. Keep fighting for it."