Address:  Simbithi Country Club – Dragonfly Conference Centre, Durban, Ballito, 4390

Time: 08:00-16:30

Ballito Comprehensive Nanny Training Part 1 & CPR, choking & first aid – 22 November

CPR, choking, & first aid by an accredited service provider.

What do we cover:
  • Childcare basics
  • General hygiene and safety when working with babies and children
  • Food safety and hygiene
  • Storage and handling of breastmilk
  • Positive behavior guidance
  • Effects of screentime on children
  • Boundaries when working with children
  • Qualities of a great nanny
  • Infant and child stimulation
  • Important areas of child developmental
  • Weekly activity planning
  • Playtime activities
  • Interactive engagement and communication with an infant and toddler
  • Speech and language development
  • Household play items
  • Water safety
  • Crime prevention
  • What to do in an emergency
  • How to fill in a daily report card
Each participant will receive a certificate at the end of the workshop. Everything they need and refreshments will be provided.


Please respect our cancellation policy as we are FLOODED with cancellations and can unfortunately not carry the financial burden of every situation.


More about your facilitator …

Cayleigh Cannon

For all enquiries about this workshop:

Cayleigh is a fun, loving and caring person who is a qualified Foundation Phase teacher with 12 years of experience. 

Cayleigh has a Bachelor of Education and two Honours degrees; one in Remedial Education and the other in Educational Management.  She is the Durban Franchise owner of Nanny ‘n Me and is passionate about kids and empowering those around her. 

Cayleigh feels very fortunate to be able to work with nannies and give moms and dads peace of mind.

At The Nanny Movement, we specialize in comprehensive Nanny training courses designed to empower caregivers and nannies with essential skills for infants, toddlers, and young children.

Our courses focus on stimulation and development through engaging play activities, ensuring that nannies are well-equipped to provide quality care and support for children’s growth and well-being.

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