Become a Newborn Nanny and become your client's very own baby guru! 

Are you ready to enroll in the most comprehensive training in the country?

 

Have you been applying for nanny jobs for new or expectant parents and simply can't show them training or experience to land the job? Or would you love to work with newborns, but don't know where to start? 

We've created an in-depth training just for you, taught by our baby experts!

Land those nanny jobs. Wow your families with your skills. Legitimize yourself as the professional you know that you are!

They'll be singing your praises as their own personal baby guru!


Become a Parenting Resources
Certified Newborn Nanny

So you've decided to take your career to the next level. Maybe you're hoping to make more income. Maybe you'd like to be more competitive and get more work. Maybe you'd like for clients to be confident in your training and skill set because they know that you're Certified by one of the leading education organizations in the country.  We commend you for taking the next step and pursuing Certification!

The Hybrid version of the course is the best of both worlds- online and in person. Students learn at their own pace and on their own schedule on our easy to use online platform, which is a combination of lectures and demonstration videos. Students then come together for an intensive hands on skills training where they learn every fundamental skill they'll need to impress their clients right from the start.

What are the requirements for Certification?

1.) Parenting Resources Certified Newborn Nannies pass a comprehensive written exam to ensure that they have a solid grasp on current recommendation, evidence-based data, and the foundational knowledge to be exemplary care providers.

2.) They then pass a rigorous hands-on in person skills assessment where they show instructors that they have mastery of all essential newborn care skills.

3.) All Parenting Resources trainees must provide a BLS for healthcare providers (or equivalent) card in order to be certified

4.) All students must complete 100% of the online portion course content and may be asked to complete comprehension quizzes along the way.

5.)All Certified Newborn Nannies are required to take 30 hours of continuing education every 3 years to maintain their Certification, ensuring that they remain up to date on the most current of recommendations, methods, and trends of newborn care. Parenting Resources schedules many in person and online opportunities for continuing education every year and there are many classes and conferences locally and nationally that fulfill these requirements.


No training program in the country offers a more comprehensive curriculum. See the difference for your yourself...

Care of the Newborn

How to hold a baby ergonomically
The benefits and secrets to great swaddling
Disposable and cloth diapering fundamentals
All major healthcare organization recommendations
Responding to a baby's cues- hunger, sleep, communication, and more
How to care for a sick baby and when to call the healthcare provider
Bulb suctioning and taking a temperature
Soothing the infant
Gentle and healthy sleep and common client sleep beliefs
Happiest Baby on the Block
Infant Massage
Cord care, intact care, circumcision care
Managing nighttime duty
Development and milestones
Introducing solids
Signs of distress and illness Issues such as colic, reflux, gas, allergies

Infant Feeding

Awareness of all  feeding options- breastfeeding, formula feeding, exclusive pumping, SNS use, chest feeding, combo feeding, and donor milk use
Bottle feeding using a paced feeding method
Breastmilk storage, preparation, and handling
Bottle types, storage, cleaning, and more
How to burp a baby effectively

Safety, Babywearing, and Car Seats

Universal precautions
Babywearing Safety
Babywearing positioning that supports hip health, spine health, and airway safety
Newborn appropriate carrier use and selection
Supporting manufacturer recommendations
Breastfeeding while babywearing
Car seat safety, installation skills, proper use, and recommendations
Home safety and assisting in baby proofing
Assisting in setting up a safe sleep environment- crib, a co-sleeper, or bed sharing environment
In depth look at SIDS stats, risks, and guidelines

Working with Clients

Scope of practice|
Ethics, privacy, and confidentiality
Different learning styles of parents and how to work effectively with all of them
Cultural Competency- working with families of color and LGBTQ families

BONUS!
Build Your Baby Biz Masterclass- Launching Soon!

THE ULTIMATE EASY TO FOLLOW GUIDE TO GETTING YOUR BABY BUSINESS OFF TO THE RIGHT START SO YOU CAN BE LEGIT, ATTRACT YOUR IDEAL CLIENTS, AND TURN THEM INTO YOUR ADORING RABID FANS!

Scope of practice
Pricing, competition, and how to value yourself
Marketing yourself and your Certification
The most important marketing tools you need to get clients
Who is your ideal client and how do you attract them?
Nailing your interview
How to prepare for a new client
Documentation and record keeping
Self employment, Independent contracting, and working with an agency
Going above and beyond for client satisfaction
Business and practice ethics
Conflict resolution
Insurance and protecting yourself
Self care for YOU!

 


Upcoming Training Dates

St. Louis, Missouri

Hybrid Certified Newborn Nanny Fast Track Class
Majority of Content Online ~ 8 Hours In Person
August 9th and 10th from 5pm-9pm

Non TLC Nanny Price- $399

TLC Nanny Price- $249


 

5 Easy Steps To Register:
1.) Click the appropriate Register Now button
2.) After completing payment, you'll be directed to our elearning platform, where you'll register there.
3.) Follow the prompts, but DO NOT attempt to enroll in any specific courses and DO NOT provide any credit card information in this part of the process. We will be manually adding students.
4.) Within 72 business hours, you'll be added to the online course, where you will have access the the online portion of the curriculum
5.) Plan to attend THE ENTIRETY of both days of the in person training

Classes Held at:
Parenting Resources
3801 Wyoming Street
St. Louis, MO 63116

Have questions? Need a customized payment plan? Please contact kate@parentingresources.org or call us at (314) 332-2582 - If you'd prefer to send a check or bring cash to register, we're at 3801 Wyoming Street


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Certified Postpartum Doula Add On

Want to boost your income and have access to even more dream clients? Consider dual certifying or becoming a Postpartum Doula! We're offering a special package, price and customized programming so that we can fast track those who want to dual certify.

You'll have full access to our full online course and then an additional 8 hours of skills training with our world renowned instructors as well as access to your instructors, a built in support group of fellow doulas, and a referral network of connected professionals within St. Louis and nationwide.
 

Upcoming Training Dates
 

September 13-14, 2017 from 5pm-9pm

Non TLC Nanny Price $649

TLC Nanny Price $449


Meet Your Lead Instructors

Kathy Underwood Loughren, MSN, ARNP, IBCLC

Kathy has been a neonatal expert for well over 30 years, serving as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She has worked around the country in NICUs, as well as serving as an expert legal witness on neonatal cases, and sees clients throughout St. Louis as a Lactation Consultant. She has attended well over 10,000 births and continues to work clinically in the St. Louis area. She is the co-founder of Parenting Resources, the Premier Education and Support Center for New and Expectant Parents and the Professionals who serve them. She is known as a gifted speaker, teacher, and excellent bedside clinician, along with being seen as a professional who cares for and includes families in their baby's care. While she impacts the lives of babies and caregivers in her practice and teaching, she also brings her vast knowledge and passion to students as a lead instructor in the Parenting Resources Professional Network certification programs including Postpartum Doulas, Birth Doulas, Newborn Care Specialists, Perinatal Health Educators, and Babywearing Specialists throughout the country and online. 

Kate Schnetzer, MHA, CPD, CBE, CLC, CPST

Kate holds as Masters in Health Administration and is a Certified Babywearing Educator, Lactation Counselor, Postpartum Doula, Child Passenger Safety Technician, and holds Certifications in Child Welfare and has been trained by Postpartum Support International. She has been serving families for over 10 years and is the co-founder of Parenting Resources, the Premier Education and Support Center for New and Expectant Parents and the Professionals who serve them. She is a business and marketing guru while also sees dozens of private babywearing consulting clients each week. She also brings her babywearing, safety, and business expertise to students as a lead instructor for the Parenting Resources Professional Network certification programs including Postpartum Doulas, Birth Doulas, Perinatal Health Educators, and Babywearing Specialists throughout the country and online.