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We pride ourself in that our in-house courses set the standard in the industry when it comes to training Domestic Workers, Nannies, Au Pairs or Caregivers. Many of the candidates that have completed a training course with us, come back and enroll again for one of the advanced courses. All of our courses are in-house and we do this to ensure a high level of quality training. We have seen over the years how our courses have not only assisted candidates to improve their skills and find employment, but also enable them to obtain better salaries.
Our Care Giver course is currently the most affordable that is offered in the market which sets us apart from other companies. We have not compromised on the quality of the training though. The course has been designed by a specialist registered nurse with many years of experience in various nursing fields. Our course facilitator is also a highly qualified professional nurse with more than 35 years of experience which makes our caregiver training one the best out there, if not these best.
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Pediatric First Aid & CPR
Our Course content includes, but is not limited to the following: Managing High Fevers with Babies and Toddlers; Febrile Convulsions; Administering Medications; Managing Choking; SIDS; Course of Action in the event of Drowning; Administering CPR; When to see a Doctor; Management of Head Injuries, Burns and Bee Stings; Management of Allergies and Bites.
au pair courses
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Our courses are certified by the American Heart Foundation and the RESUS Council of South Africa. The training facilitators are a qualified Pediatric ICU Nurse and a paramedic that is highly qualified in emergency response situations. These courses are offered once a month in Randburg.
Au Pair Training
Individuals can complete either the 1 day Au Pair Training course (Advanced Nanny course) or the 2 day course which includes Pediatric First Aid & CPR.
The course content includes, but is not limited to the following: Au Pair Qualities & Expectations; Challenges faced as an Au Pair; Scenarios & Emergency Situations; Child Stimulation of all ages (Games to play); Challenges with Children; Routine & Structure; Managing Aggression & Discipline; Homework, Assignments, Exams; Healthy Meals; Holiday Fun; Home Safety, Managing Fevers & Convulsions; Medication; Choking, SIDS; Drowning; Consulting a Doctor; First Aid & CPR
Pediatric First Aid and CPR
Our Course content includes, but is not limited to the following: Managing High Fevers with Babies and Toddlers; Febrile Convulsions; Administering Medications; Managing Choking; SIDS; Course of Action in the event of Drowning; Administering CPR; When to see a Doctor; Management of Head Injuries, Burns and Bee Stings; Management of Allergies and Bites. Training is conducted by a qualified medical professional and a Pediatric ICU nursing sister. The course is certified by the American Heart Association & Resus Council of South Africa. On completion and passing of the course, candidates receive a 2 year certification.
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The training is conducted by Rosemary who is a professional & registered nurse with over 40 years experience. Her expertise stretches across the medical spectrum including Neonates, Labour Ward, Neuro Medical, Neuro Surgical, Surgical, Pediatrics, High Care, ICU and more. Rosemary is qualified as a Medical & Surgical Nurse as well as being a qualified midwife.
Care Giving Course
The course is divided into various theory modules over a 9 week cycle (every Saturday) to cover as wide a spectrum as possible with regard to care giving. Thereafter the candidates must complete a 3 week practical assessment over weekends in a hospital, old age home and orphanage.
The various modules that are covered include the following:
Babies – General care; sleep routines and milestones
Elderly – Frail Care including bathing; Diagnosing Symptoms, Monitoring Blood Pressure; Treatment of Illnesses; Dehydration; Diabetic Care; Healthy Eating, Hygiene; Medication & Companionship.
Post Surgical – Treatment of Patients after being discharged from hospital; Mobilisation; Wound Care; Diagnosing symptoms of Infections & Treatment.
Terminal Patients – Providing a safe and caring environment; Respectful attentiveness towards patient; Ensuring patient is comfortable.
Quadriplegics/Paraplegics – Pressure Points Care; Bathing; Feeding; Stimulation & Passive Exercise; Transport & Wheelchair assistance and more.
Special Needs Patients – Caring for Stroke, Cancer, Alzheimer’ and patients with other debilitating illnesses.