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Want to become a certified professional caregiver? Enroll in our Nanny Training Institute today!!!
Are you interested in becoming a professional nanny; domestic assistant or crèche manager, or do you have a nanny at home, whom you believe, requires a little more professional training/brush-up? Then, our Omugwo Nanny Training Institute is just where you need to be. Enroll today!!!

Each module and course taken at our Nanny Training Institute is comprehensive and thorough enough to give anyone the requisite training that he or she requires to function efficiently and effectively at the workplace as a professional caregiver, across the world.

Our modules are handled by psychiatrists, gynaecologists, midwives, nurses and paediatricians, and are in sync with world best practices and cut across professional care giving as is present in the US, Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom, to mention but a few.

Some of the courses taken at our institute include the following:

  1. 1. Understanding the meaning and role of a nanny/executive domestic assistant in the home, crèche and school.

  2. 2. First contact: establishing a friendly business relationship with clients; taking note of any special health/physical need of the client.

  3. 3. Caregivers’ etiquette, mannerism and attitude at the workplace.

  4. 4. Understanding temperaments and personality.

  5. 5. Adherence to work protocol: work timing; nanny beepers and monitors; adherence to feeding, medication and sleep schedules.

  6. 6. Client confidentiality.

  7. 7. Dealing with clients’ money and other personal belongings.

  8. 8. Health, personal hygiene and safety guide for caregivers at the workplace.

  9. 9. Housekeeping, including dusting, wiping, damp-wiping, mopping, the use of/and function of various cleaning agents; bed-making; laundry, etc.

  10. 10. Baby schedules.

  11. 11. Basic hygiene for babies: teeth; nail; hair; skin and more.

  12. 12. How to setup a nursery within and outside the home.

  13. 13. Data gathering and observation for babies, toddlers, older adults and clients living with special needs.

  14. 14. Circumcision and related care.

  15. 15. Identifying and handling tongue tie, lip tie and more.

  16. 16. Bathing a new born: A Practical Guide.

  17. 17. Cleaning the umbilical cord: A Practical Guide.

  18. 18. Sterilization of feeding equipment.

  19. 19. Day-to-day care routine of the crèche/school.

  20. 20. Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people in the home.

  21. 21. CPR and basic First Aid.

  22. 22. Handling convulsion and other seizures in children.

  23. 23. Loose stool in babies and toddlers.

  24. 24. The importance of play for early learning.

  25. 25. Food schedules and diet planning for babies and toddlers.

  26. 26. Potty training.

  27. 27. How to monitor temperature, blood pressure and more in children and young adults.

  28. 28. Accident prevention and fire safety when babysitting at home, in the crèche and at school.

  29. 29. Childhood communication and language development, including sign language.

  30. 30. Child abuse: from peers; from adults – response and prevention.

  31. 31. Planning and supervising outings; activities/social events/creative play.

  32. 32. Understanding the signs, type and causes of mental illnesses in children.

  33. 33. Social acceptance of children with neurobehavioural syndromes and mental illness.

  34. 34. Understanding anxiety disorders.

  35. 35. Understanding and dealing with depression in children.

  36. 36. Understanding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

  37. 37. Understanding Down syndrome.

  38. 38. Autism/Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

  39. 39. Handling physical impairment in children; wheel chair accessibility, lifting and handling

  40. 40. Etiquette in handling a new mother: what to say and when to say it.

  41. 41. Housekeeping for a new mother – A Practical Guide.

  42. 42. How to bath a new mother; natural birth; episiotomy; caesarean section (Vaginal steaming; massaging, surface cleaning of c-section area, etc).

  43. 43. Understanding and dealing with postnatal depression (baby blues) in new mothers.

  44. 44. Understanding lochia and post-delivery bleeding.

  45. 45. Mastitis.

  46. 46. Handling a new mum with physical impairment, including wheelchair accessibility.

  47. 47. Food preparation and feeding schedules for the new mum.

  48. 48. Bathing teenagers and adolescents with special needs.

  49. 49. Bathing an elderly person; plus diaper changing.

  50. 50. Total body care for the elderly: manicure; pedicure; hair dyeing and trimming, etc.

  51. 51. Handling physical impairment in adults; accidents, stroke, etc.

  52. 52. Handling adults with other special needs; hearing, sight and speech impairment.

  53. 53. Schedule for sleep and medication for elderly patients.

  54. 54. Understanding Alzheimer’s disease – Dementia.

  55. 55. Understanding adults living with trauma, depression and other related mental ailment.

  56. 56. How to monitor temperature; blood sugar level and blood pressure in adults.

  57. 57. First Aid and CPR for adults.

  58. 58. Special First Aid and First Response for Cardiac Arrest.

  59. 59. Diet planning and food preparation to suit a patient’s special need: diabetes; hypertension; etc.

  60. 60. Abuse and other forms of maltreatment of aged persons; verbal abuse; psychological abuse; physical abuse, etc.

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