RIE Training for Nannies
This 12-hour course is for in-home caregivers and offers knowledge and practical suggestions that can help make this work easier and more enjoyable, resulting in advantages for the children who receive professional care.
Prices may vary.
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Who is this course for?
This course is for people currently working as a nanny or considering becoming one, who want to learn how to provide quality care during the foundational years of birth to two, establish early relational health, and support a baby’s innate sense of competence. You will also discover how the Educaring Approach can help you gain skills that support your role in the family environment.
Designed to help nannies work more effectively and pleasurably with their charges, topics of study include:
- Diapering, dressing, and feeding with respect
- Creating safe places for play and learning
- The caregiver’s role during play
- Setting appropriate limits
- Establishing a healthy sleep routine
- Supporting secure relationships
- Enhancing employee-employer relations
“Infants need to believe that they are loved because of who they are. We need sensitive caregivers who can communicate that.”
What do nannies have to say about RIE Nurturing Nanny?
“Thank you, the course was absolutely filled with valuable content…I am inspired, finding a path of growth for my own career as I feel aligned with this approach, to become a better professional.”
“If you’re looking for a whole new way of life not only for your nanny kids, but yourself, this is the course to take! From the moment I started..this class I knew that I would be making a difference in the future generation I help raise.”
“I made wonderful connections with other nannies — and my eyes were opened to many techniques that will allow me to feel more confident and relaxed in my career, so that I can take better care of myself, my Nanny Kids, and their families!”
FAQs about this course
The online format uses Zoom for live (synchronous) instruction. These sessions are interactive and full of discussion, questions, and group activities.
Some courses include pre-recorded videos and content for asynchronous learning to fit your schedule.
You’ll need access to a computer with a consistent internet connection. You’ll also want to have a realistic baby doll with clothing and a diaper, if possible.
You will learn in a cohort of your peers, with time spent in large and small group discussion. Small groups are arranged so that students with similar interests are in the same groups and get to know each other over time. This course is intentionally kept smaller so you will have ample opportunity to come to know your fellow students as you learn together.