For the second episode of POD-CACHE S4, our team at NCFE, Mike Potts and Janet King, meet with Stella and Michelle from Global Nanny Training, who tell us about their Customised Qualifications, their collaboration with NCFE and the difference they are making for nannies across the US and beyond.
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00:00-01:20 - Introductions to Stella and Michelle
01:20-02:14 - Collaboration between Global Nanny Training and NCFE
02:14-05:25 - What is Global Nanny Training, their mission and what they've achieved
05:25-06:47 - Introduction to Janet King and her experience in the childcare industry
Discussing Customised Qualifications and their benefits to nannies:
06:47-09:45 - Newborn care course and Stella's history with CACHE
09:45-13:20 - 'Foundation Practice for Nannies' and 'Childcare in the Nanny Setting' Courses
13:20-16:55 - G.N.T.'s mission and impact on the US nanny industry and beyond
16:44-20:10 - How NCFE collaboration embodies 'the old meets new'
20:32-22:08 - Nannies' progression journey and understanding child development
22:08-26:05 - How to prepare a nanny without any experience
Matching families with nannies and how to support nannies with the responsibilities of newborn care:
26:05-29:23 - Matching families with nannies
29:23-32:40 - Proof and documenting your work experience
32:40-36:12 - Being 'ahead of the curve' and validation from NCFE relationship
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