All graduates from "The Professional Nanny Program" at
Sullivan University have earned a diploma for their
completion of this intensive twelve-month program and receive a certificate identifying them as a Professional Nanny by the
American Council of Nanny Schools. All graduates were thoroughly screened before being accepted into the Professional Nanny Program.
This screening includes:
Criminal & CAN Checks (Child Abuse & Neglect Registry Check)
Negative TB test
These Professional Nanny graduates have been trained and certified in:
They have completed courses in:
Infant Care & Stimulation
Child Development (birth through adolescence)
Cooking for and Feeding Children
Lesson planning and assessment
All have had externship experiences in both a child care center and an in-home care situation. (180 clock hours)
Types of positions sought:
Professional Nannies normally work in two major career areas--as a Day-Nanny or as a Live-in Nanny.
Day Nanny: Approximately 10-12 Hours per day. Salaried but paid overtime for all hours past 40 (remember the INA session from Bob King, attorney)
Live-In Nanny: The Nanny would live with your Family. As the employer, you would provide free room and board (TV, telephone, radio, etc.) plus a salary. The Nanny would have her own private room or suite. Approximately 10-12 Hours per day.