Boston Newborn Au Pair Course, Boston Newborn Care / Newborn Training and Certification Association is offering this course at either Tri-County Vocational High school in Franklin Massachusetts held in the evenings or at the Newborn Training and Certification Association in Foxborough during the day.
It is a course about Newborns and the care that they require. Many parents in the United States hire extra help during this early part of their child’s life and the beginning of their new role as parents. This is a course that will train you to assist and support these parents.
Boston Newborn Au Pair Course Frequently Asked Questions
Why this is allowed to count toward your educational component:
Many classes are offered in our communities in different kind of schools, education centers, and community centers. Only classes offered by accredited post secondary institutions such as colleges, universities, community colleges and certain vocational technical high schools with the appropriate accreditation are acceptable for fulfillment of the au pair educational component.
Here is the database of post-secondary institutions and programs:
Must attend each of the 4 modules. Modules do not need to be taken in order.
Module 1 July 21, (10am-1pm)
Module 2 July 22, (10am-1pm)
Module July 23, (10am-1pm)
Module 4 July 24, (1pm-4pm)
What is the difference in the Boston Newborn Au Pair Course offered at Tri-County and NTCA offices?
At NTCA offices it is a 36 hour blended course that is 12 hours in person, 12 hours online (PDF of the manual is provided) and 12 hours on a research project. What is covered in each module is detailed below. Each in-person class is 3 hours and there are 4 of them. Each module can be taken out of order
At Tri-County it is 4 hours twice a week for 10 weeks, (40 hours) during the school year when the school is open. (September – May) This course has no online component. Everything is reviewed in the class sessions. It is also a slower pace.
What is the Boston Newborn Au Pair Course detail and outline?
Module 1- How Make It Work, Gain a Good Reputation and Understanding the Role
The history of the Newborn Care Specialist role and defining the various titles in the industry
How to conduct yourself in homes
Parents expectations of the support you are providing