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.
5 training courses found
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 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.
This course is suitable for childcarers including Nannies, Maternity Nurses, Childminders and Nursery Teachers caring for babies and children under 8 years old. The Paediatric First Aid course allows all candidates to learn and demonstrate essential Paediatric First Aid skills during the one day practical class (10am – 4pm) and then complete the theory section in the comfort of your own home after the course.
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.
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.