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1. Who is a nanny? -

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A nanny is a person who is employed by a family to take care of children or a older person or a person with special medical requirements.

 

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Just like parents, a nanny keeps children safe and healthy and gives them special attention when they are not well. Nannies also plan activities that help the children to grow strong , learn and develop.

nanny who helps the older person or a person with special medical requirements make sure a clean and safe environment and give the medicines on time as instructed by the doctor or the employer. They plan activities that help the person happy.

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The typical duties of nanny are, feeding, bathing, and dressing the children, reading to them, playing with them. Nannies may be asked to drive children/ old person to appointments or any events or going out for walk with them. Nanny duties include some house hold works such as cooking, laundry and grocery shopping.

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A nanny need to really love children, to be patient with them, and to have an active imagination. Children need to be constantly stimulated and they love to play, so the more creative and energetic you are, the better.

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  • Nannies must handle the part of a parent when the parents are not with children.
  • They must have a good judgment skill and able to make quick decisions.
  • They should be patient and to be able to care a child (s) for long working hours (8 to 10 hours).
  • Adjust with the employer family’s rules and routines/ flexible enough to fit with them.
  • The nanny should respect the way that the parents want their children raised, according to their belief or philosophy. This is especially important in choosing books and entertainment for children and in dealing with a child who is misbehaving.

 

  • Nannies should be good at time management and organized well.
  • Nanny may be forced to change the pre-planned chart because it is not always go accordingly with children.
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A nanny works at the employer’s home (on either a Live-in or Live-out basis)

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The duty time is normally 8 hours in a day and 40 hours in a week. However the nanny can do over time duty.

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Yes, a nanny can do overtime duty.

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  • Two days off per week
  • 10 days paid vacation per year
  • 4 days of sick leave per year
  • All provincial, territorial and national statutory and public holidays with pay
  • After 40/44 hours 1.5 x regular rate.
  • Employment insurance/Canada pension plan
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The nanny who lives in the employer’s home is called live-in nanny and who comes from own accommodation is called live out nanny. The Canadian TFW program requires the nanny to be live-in.

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Not necessary, But its better you know how to drive.

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The salary varies, from $10 to $16 per hour.

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The salary varies, from $10 to $16 per hour.

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The salary varies, from 10 to 16 CAD

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The salary varies, from 10 to 16 CAD per hour.

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The salary varies, from 10 to 16 CAD per hour.

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  • The candidate must be 18 years or above age
  • Completion of secondary school MAY be required
  • Completion of a training program in child care or old care may be required (nanny course)
  • Child care/old care or house hold experience may be required
  • Demonstrated ability to perform work is usually required
  • First aid certification and CPR training may be required.

For an Indian (in simple words)

A person who

  • Is above 18 years old
  • Has completed plus 2
  • Has done Nanny course ( from a reputed institute)
  • Has a minimum one year work experience in related field
The work experience can be before or after the nanny course. It is not necessary to have one year work experience after the course, course can be done anytime. But you may be required to do the course if you are not working in the related filed for 3 years after completing the nanny course..
  • Is able to do the nanny duties, including house management  and cooking
  • Is First aid and CPR trained
  • Has secured IELTS general training with at least 5 band score
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Who is having

  • A job offer
  • A positive LMIA
  • Secondary level education
  • Nanny course training in less than 3 years period
  • Work experience of one year
  • Be able to read, speak and understand English or French (At least 5 bands IELTS general training)

Can become a nanny/care-giver/live-in care giver

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If you have

  • A job offer
  • A positive LMIA
  • Secondary level education
  • Nanny course training in less than 3 years period
  • Work experience of one year
  • Be able to read, speak and understand English or French (At least 5 bands IELTS general training)

Can become a nanny/care-giver/live-in care giver in Canada.

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If you have

  • A job offer
  • A positive LMIA
  • Secondary level education
  • Nanny course training in less than 3 years period
  • Work experience of one year
  • Be able to read, speak and understand English or French (At least 5 bands IELTS general training)

Can become a nanny/care-giver/live-in care giver

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A secondary level education and completion of nanny training program

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Not necessary, but if you have a valid driving license it’s a plus point.

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Yes, if you meet other requirement your grandparents can hire you as a nanny.

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Yes, if you meet other requirement your relatives can hire you as a nanny.

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Yes, if you meet other requirement your grandparents can hire you as a nanny.

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Yes, if you meet other requirement your relatives can hire you as a nanny.

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  • A job offer
  • A positive LMIA
  • Secondary level education
  • Nanny course training in less than 3 years period
  • Work experience of one year
  • Be able to read, speak and understand English or French (At least 5 bands IELTS general training)
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Yes, any secondary education is accepted

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Yes, off course since you have completed the education in medical field.

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Yes, off course since you have completed the education in medical field

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Yes, lots of jobs are available. You can contact 9914227884/info@britishedu.in or https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home for jobs

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After training you may work in the related field to gain more work experience and become more professional

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The minimum duration of nanny/care giver training course is 6 months. But there are courses which give deep knowledge and its duration varies.

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The nanny course includes The first aid and CPR training, nanny duties, nutrition, record keeping, home management and cooking skills. Get the full nanny syllabus here

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  1. The fee of nanny training varies in different cities and institutes. (British and American nanny institute charges only a reasonable fee in all locations. We have nanny institute in Amritsar, Ludhiana, Firozpur, Barnala, Nawanshaer, Moga, Sangrur, Cochin, Chennai and Bangalore
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The fee of Nanny/ care giver/ live in care giver training varies from 50000 INR to 120000 INR.

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First aid, CPR, recovery positions and many more. Find out it at www.britishedu.in

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The nanny course includes The first aid and CPR training, nanny duties, nutrition, record keeping, home management and cooking skills. Get the full nanny syllabus here info@britishedu.in

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First aid, CPR, recovery positions and many more. Find out it at www.britishedu.in

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The nanny course includes The first aid and CPR training, nanny duties, nutrition, record keeping, home management and cooking skills. Get the full nanny syllabus here

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Get the model interview questions and sample answers here info@britishedu.in

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