We are thrilled to have Newborn Care Solutions HIGHLY sought after course in Charlotte! Tonya, founder of Newborn Care Solutions, is an industry leader as a Newborn Care Specialist and owner of Baby Go Green, Inc in Arizona. If you are interested in increasing your newborn knowledge OR transitioning from nanny to NCS - this is the training for you! Our goal is to build a wonderful team of Newborn Care Specialist in Charlotte and surrounding areas for referrals.
TRAINING WEEKEND SCHEDULED!
December 10-11, 7:45am-5pm (may finish early on Sunday)
$420 for class and workbook. You will receive a certificate at the end of class after the final exam.
We will break for lunch each day. You should come with drinks, snacks, and a packed lunch.
Special instructions at the bottom below the topics covered section.
What is an NCS and how is that different from a Doula, Night Nanny or Traditional Nanny NCS: define/explain.
Basic Newborn Care: Head to toe-hair, scalp, skin, eyes, nose, ears, neck, under arm, umbilical cord, circumcision, non-circumcised, labial and vaginal care, anal and rectal care including diaper rash types and treatments, nails, bathing, feeding including breast feeding, bottle feeding (both breast milk and formula),
What you need to know about formulas and options, medication dispensing and liability, diapering and swaddling.
Building a Nursery “must have” list, one for you (those things you require every client have if you work for them, and one for them (the suggested items to stock in the nursery).
Special needs of preemies (extra caution regarding health, car seats, clothing and diapering, swaddling (why it is different for preemies and when you can switch to standard newborn swaddling), stimulation, feeding issues, sleep issues, why they have reflux more often, how to carry them, etc..
Caring for Multiples: To schedule or not to schedule, how to plan for their homecoming, fitting carseats into the vehicle, sleep surroundings, how to feed more than one baby at a time, they are all crying, what do I do?
Caring for and building up a post-partum mom-one of the most important jobs of a NCS and why.
Signs of Post-partum depression and what to do: covering the major symptoms of post-partum depression and how to handle it (before baby even comes home).
Recognizing signs of various feeding issues: reflux, tests, treatment and options. Tongue tie, to clip or not to clip, pyloric stenosis-what is it and what can be done, how to feed a baby with a cleft palate
Recognizing signs of food allergies and intolerances in infants. The big 8 allergens and the most common signs of issues. Options for dealing with them and who parents should take the baby to see.
Major Methods of sleep training. Sharing the most common methods of sleep training and how they differ from one another.
What sleep methods I use-why I don’t use any single method but a compilation of them? And why every jobs sleep situation is the same and yet every job is different.
What do I do?: the parents are not following through in the daytime and now the sleep training isn’t working?
Getting your NCS Business off the ground. Do I need to be ‘certified” and if so, how do I get it? What are my first steps?
How can I get more experience so clients will hire me?
What legal issues/insurance issues do I need to address? Do I need a resume’? What should be on it? Do I need a contract with clients? How do I get paid? What if a client cancels? What if I get the babies sleeping through the night early and the client wants to terminate my contract early? My client bounced a check, now what? My client forgot to pay me, now what? How do I explain to clients on the phone what I do without spending all day on the phone and without giving away all my talents?
Tax Overview: What are my tax obligations? Does my client pay taxes on me? My client wants to pay me with a business check?
Contracts with clients: What needs to be in it? Do I really need it? The client doesn’t want one.
Liability insurance: Do I need it? Why? Where can I get it?
Educating Agencies about what I do? Do I need to work
with agencies? What do they need to know about what I do in order to ‘sell’ my services to the client?
Green Practices: my new client wants to use eco-friendly products. What does that mean exactly, do they really work and how do I help her set up a green nursery?
Thank you for your interest in the Newborn Care Specialist training event. We have this EVENTBRITE set up for you to be able to utlize the great offer of zero percent interest if paid in 6 months via PayPal. If you need a specific payment plan, please let me know via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can discuss options. Payments are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend you can use it within six months at another class or take the class online. I also just added an option of being able to pay a deposit first and then final payment. Final Payment must be completed by DECEMBER 2th!
PLEASE NOTE: The space to each class will be limited to approximately 15 (TBD)! This training is highly sought after and you DO NOT WANT TO MISS IT! This is an incredible addition to your resume, porfolio, and can advance your career to a new level! We can't wait to see you there! Please also NOTE that this class is previously recorded by Tonya and will be offered and hosted by Danielle McEntire of The Windsor Agency/The Newborn Company - there will be hands on activities, lots of discussions between students, and other great opportunities during the weekend of training to connect with likeminded individuals. We had incredible classes this past summer in Charlotte and all the students loved the class. Everyone walked away learning many new things no matter how long they have been in the childcare industry. Also, some students went to DC and completed the advanced class with Tonya - the best!
Prerequisite: You MUST have previous newborn experience as a babysitter, nanny, daycare worker, etc.
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