The Home Affairs Training Academy, or HATA, delivers courses designed specifically for anyone working in a domestic environment such as nannies, housekeepers, maternity nurses, doulas, house managers and so on.
Although anyone can call themselves a nanny or housekeeper, many people working in such positions treat these jobs as careers. In the same way as any other career, good training leads to positive personal development, which in turn leads to expertise, respect and better employability.
This is no different to the career path of, say, a project manager or a nutritionist. Such professions do not require formal training, but many people in these professions do take it upon themselves to get trained for exactly the same reasons.
HATA now provide several different courses. Our aim is to keep adding to the list of available course so that we cover all aspects of domestic professional training. We are also keen to making this a recognised profession and will help to campaign to this end as opportunities arise.
10 training courses found
This course is designed for those who want to become private, non-medical Maternity Nurses, those who would like to further their skills when looking after new-borns and those who are already experienced and would like to receive a qualification to get more recognition in their profession. HATA Maternity Nurse training is the most intensive in the industry, requiring 4 days (over 2 weekends) in the classroom in order to achieve Level 4.
This course covers the Common Core Skills and Knowledge for the childcare workforce, which is the required training for anyone wishing to register on the voluntary part of the Ofsted childcare register (vOCR). The Common Core Of Skills and Knowledge for Ofsted registration is a set of principles and values.
This course is comprehensive, interactive and fun. The course focuses on emergency scenarios that are faced by nannies, childminders, nanny/housekeepers and people who work with young children.
The course covers expected behaviour, including challenging behaviour issues, in children aged 4-11. It examines common pitfalls in talking to children and how to avoid them and positive skills for improving behaviour, motivation and self-esteem.
The course addresses the problems with young children’s diets today and current nutrition guidelines. You will then practice planning a healthy menu for a young child and deepen your understanding of food labeling.
Our sleep consultancy course equips you to work with parents who need support and advice, and provide them with techniques they are comfortable with and which are right for their baby or child. We encourage flexible and considerate approaches, and focus on effective communication surrounding sleep.
The course gives an overview of the characteristics of conditions on the autistic spectrum, and other conditions with autism. It focuses predominantly on the teaching methods, behaviour management strategies and communication skills used when working with children with autism.
The course starts with the fundamental principles of how children learn through play and how play influences all aspects of child development. It explores the role of a childcarer in supporting and developing play, tuning into play, identifying learning opportunities and learning styles, different theories about play and planning appropriate activities in the home and outside.
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You will find out where the approach comes from and the concerns that lead to such radical change in the first place. You then approach potty training as a developmental process, covering how to start ‘early’ and still have confidence that it will end well, explaining the decision to others, and how to give everyone realistic expectations for how long it will take and how reliable the child will be.