Classes are taught by Profesionals such as: Psychologists, Kindergarten Teachers, Nutritionists and Health Professionals.

During these classes audiovisual support material is used.

Teaching material is given in class and certificates are handed at the end of each course.

Information and Registration at:

capacitaciones@dulcesnanas.com

Formación Profesional de Niñeras para Cuidado de bebés desde Recién Nacidos hasta el Primer Año de vida

Duration: 4 months, once a week.

MODULE 1-INTRODUCTION

A - ABOUT THE NANNY’S ROLE:
Nanny’s role evolution throughout the years – Keys on how to act in a first interview – Adaptation period of the nanny in the job – What parents expect from a nanny – Personal appearance, care and hygiene – Obstacles in the nanny’s job.

B - BONDS BETWEEN THE NANNY, CHILDREN AND PARENTS:
How does the link between children, parents and nanny generates? – Difficulties in these Bonds – The role of the nanny in every family – The nanny’s role regarding limits; what happens with limits made by parents but not shared by the nanny?

C - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY FIRST YEAR (NURSING):
Month by month development.

MODULE II – THE NEWBORN. GENERALITIES

A - FIRST YEAR (NURSING):
Newborn’s characteristics: what is a newborn? – Neonatal period – Classification - Skin’s characteristics – Reflexes – Sense development.

B - GENERALITIES ABOUT NEONATAL’S SICKNESSES.
Respiratory problems – metabolic problems – Blood problems – Neonatal infections.

C - GENERALITIES ABOUT INFECTIONS.
How do infections produce? – What is needed so that an infection produces? – External factors that favor them – How do they present? – How to act with babies’ fever? – Prevention – Treatment - Haemolytic-uraemic syndrome (HUS) – Bronchiolitis.

D - HYGIENE AND CARING OF THE BABY AT HOME:
The baby at home – Umbilical cord care – Baths – Sleep – Crying – Baby Colic – Constipation – Difference between regurgitation and vomiting – Ebb – Drooling – Eye, mouth, nose, ears and nails hygiene – Clothes that should be wearing – Room and cradle – When is the right time to consult the pediatrician? – How to know if the baby’s growing and developing in a healthy way?

F - VACCINE
What do vaccines work for? – Types of vaccine – Possible complications with vaccines – Vaccine calendar.

G - WRONG CONCEPTS:
Teeth appearance – Indigestion – Pacifier use – lack of appetite – Earache.

MODULE III – BABY’S NUTRITION

Maternal lactation – Artificial lactation. Types of milk – Right amount of milk for the baby – Bottle’s preparation – How to hold the baby while feeding – Other food – Food composition – When to start and what typo of food to give the baby – Vitamins – Schedule – Fluor.

MODULE IV – PLAYING WORKSHOP

Proposals on how to stimulate the baby. Proposals of playing games for ages 45 days old to one year olds (Working with the body - Working with the music, etc.)

MODULE V – SHANTALA MASSAGE

Benefits and basic knowledge about this technique of Indian massages for babies.

MODULE VI – ACCIDENT PREVENTION

A - Prevention measures:
Prevention measures for accidents varying from ages to environment and risks. Secure infancy (in and outside home)

B - First Aid:
What to do and not to do in case o fan accident with babies. General rules upon an emergency – Scene evaluation – Situation diagnosis – Self-control attitude – Emotional overflow contention upon an emergency – Recognition of a conscience state of the victim (s) – How to activate the medical emergency service - Evaluation of respiratory and heart rate – Wounds – Hemorrhage – Burns – Fractures – Convulsions – Asphyxia.

C - CPR ON BABIES:
Respiratory and circulatory systems (anatomic-fisio-pathologyc bases) – Death concepts - Pulmonary resuscitation in Babies P.R. - Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in babies, C.P.R. – Simulator practice maneuvers – Choking – Techniques on how to unblock the airway.

D – Accidents:
Causes – Prevention – Common accidents – Risks – Precautions – What to do if anyway the baby suffers an accident – Sudden death syndrome in an infant.