Babyem offers a range of accredited courses to childcare professionals. Our courses are facilitated by a range of experienced practitioners including Psychologists, Nursery Nurses, Early Years Teachers, Health Visitors and Holistic Health Practitioners.
Babyem deliver the Common Core Skills & Knowledge Training for Nannies, Au Pairs and Childminders, accredited through OCN at Level 3, and suitable for those wishing to register with Ofsted under the Voluntary Childcare Register.
Babyem also deliver paediatric first aid courses and advanced level courses.
Babyem works in partnership with a number of agencies, including nanny agecies, local authorities and nurseries throughout London and has a reputation for delivering services to an excellent standard.
9 training courses found
This 6 hour (1 day0 paediatric first aid course is suitable for Nannies, Aupairs and Maternity Nurses. The First Aid course covers all the necessary requirements for registration on the Ofsted Voluntary register.
This respected Postnatal Maternity Nurse Training qualification provides those wanting to become Maternity Nurse or those already working with babies an opportunity to further their skills. The Maternity Nurse Training course is available at a level 3 and level 4 through Open College Network.
Advanced Postnatal Depression Course This advanced level Postnatal Depression Course is suitable for Maternity Practitioners and Health Professionals working with new mothers providing postnatal care. The course is ideal for candidates with a particular interest in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Counselling and wider Mental Health issues.
Module 1 – Food Safety & hygiene Preparing and serving food in a hygienic way Food contamination, including the consequences of poor food safety and hygiene Ways in which to prevent and control hazards Ways in which to ensure hygienic premises and equipment Module 2 – Overcoming fussy eaters and making food fun How to help children to develop a healthy attitude towards food Tried and tested ways to overcome fussy eating Ways to make food fun for children of all ages Health and diverse lunch box and quick healthy dinner ideas Module 3 – Feeding babies and weaning Preparing healthy home made recipes for babies 6 months+ The different stages of weaning and when to introduce new foods Module 4 – Implementing a balanced and varied diet The functions of the different food groups The principles of the digestive system Module 5 – Preparing food for children with specific diet requirements Common and less common food allergies Diets for different religious and cultural groups Venue: Rydges Hotel, 61 Gloucester Road, South Kensington, London, SW74PE Cost: Option 1: Candidates can opt to complete certificate of attendance – £99 Option 2: Candidates can opt to complete OCN level 3 qualification in Food and Nutrition for Children and Young People – £140 Suitable for : Nannies, Domestic Workers, Housekeepers & Au Pairs Assessed Course: Yes, learners are emailed a study pack, along with assessments.
In order to register on the Ofsted Voluntary Childcare Register child-carers are required to complete the common core of skills and knowledge training. This popular course addresses the 6 common core skills & knowledge areas and is accredited through Open College Network (OCN) at Level 3.
This Level 3 Care of Multiples Course is designed for childcarers interested in or who are currently caring for twin/multiple babies. The course includes topics such as the impact on the birth order, establishing routines for multiples, sleep and multiples, establishing a successful feeding routine, tandem feeding, twin development, how to support a breastfeeding mother, support for families and carers.
This OCN Sleep Training course is for maternity nurses, nannies and health professional looking to gain additional knowledge in sleep training. The sleep training course explores common (as well as less common) sleep problems, and strategies to overcome these issues.
Delivery: In order to complete the course you need to be working or volunteering in a setting. You are allocated a tutor who works with you to build a portfolio of evidence.
Unit 1 of the Diploma in Home-based Childcare, Introduction to (Home-based) Childcare Practice (ICP), is the recommended introductory course for new and prospective childminders. This course is also suitable for un-qualified Nannies (and other home-based childcarers) wishing to register with Ofsted.