family care practitioner Accredited Training

A family care practitioner is a combination of the two roles, a Postnatal Care Practitioner and a Family Focus – tots to teens Practitioner. So you will be able to work with all ages and all different family scenarios.

A family care practitioner is highly trained to offer hands on help, care and support to families in their own home environment. Whether it’s reassuring mum with friendly new baby care advice or helping a mum devise routines to get the kids off to school on time, it could be helping find support groups, baby classes, additional support in the area for an isolated or highly stressed out parent or maybe it’s cuddling the new baby for an hour so mum can get some much needed rest and a bath!

A practitioner  is a highly diverse role with hourly rates of pay, job flexibility to fit around own family and commitments and an abundance of families to support every day of the week, all the way around the clock and is full of variety, sometimes challenging but always rewarding!

 

Post Natal care Practitioner

Who doesn’t love babies!  If you adore babies and love the idea of helping a new family navigate through the important first year then this is the course for you. 

A postnatal care practitioner is an important role in the care of new families. You will be supportive and confident in helping support a new family in whatever way they require.

We strive to give the power back to the parents to parent the way they desire and we can gently guide, reassure and empower. 

Your days will be varied but fulfilling. 

Postnatal Care Practitioner Course Includes:

Learning Objectives/Mission Statement
Principles/Declaration
Our Thanks to you
How the course will run
Resources
Different Job Roles
Professional Conduct
Who we help/How we help
Why our services are needed
Confidentiality/ Maintaining Confidentiality
Principles of Response
Domestic Abuse
Child Abuse/Safeguarding
Health and Safety around the home
Equal Opportunities
The importance of play and positive parenting
Listening Skills
Taking action in an emergency
Protecting yourself
Boundaries
Its a Job!
Getting started as a Practitioner
First Meeting/Consultation
Gaining experience
Record Keeping/ Journaling
 
  1. Learning Objectives
     
    Resources
    Normal Sleep Development
    Sleep in other cultures
    The important of sleep
    Sleep Cycles
    Tired signs
    Babies Sleep 0/6 Weeks – 6/12 Weeks
    Baby characteristics that could affect sleep
    Sleep Associations
    Sleep Theories
    Gentle Routine Methods
    Safe Sleep/ SIDs
    Sleep training/ SIDs and Breast feeding
    Co Sleeping
Learning Objectives
Resources
Baby reflexes at birth
Hormones controlling milk production
Why breast IS best
Breastfeeding correct positioning and attachment
Breastfeeding – getting milk supply established
Breastfeeding – good signs/ indications
Failure to thrive/ cluster feeding
Breastfeeding issues
Hunger Cues
Breastfeeding – expressing milk
Breastfeeding – alcohol and medication
Breastfeeding – mums nutrition
Breastfeeding – supplement feeding
Gentle Feeding routines
NICE Guidelines for infant feeding
Stopping breastfeeding
Bottle Feeding – correct preparation
Bottle Feeding – which bottles and teats
Bottle Feeding – Formula choices
Bottle Feeding – pace feeding
Bottle feeding – sterilising bottles and storage
Burping techniques
Supporting Mum to feed her way
Feeding FAQs
 
Learning Objectives
Resources
Early days/ Umbilical cord
Nappy changing/ nail clipping/Sun care
Bathing
Products on skin
Common skin conditions
Physiology of the newborn
Hearing and sight at birth
Newborn Immunisations
Newborn Jaundice
Signs and symptoms of serious illness
Common childhood Illness
Support development through play
Play and bonding
importance of tummy time
Essential baby equipment
Car seat safety
Visitors and holding the baby
 
Learning Objectives
Resources
What is Colic/typical symptoms
Causes of excess crying to rule out
Causes of Colic/ Treatments
Causes of Reflux / Treatments
Causes of GOR
Causes of GORD
Cows Milk Protein Allergy
Silent Reflux
How to support the Family
Settling techniques
 

 

Learning Objectives
Resources
Types of Twins
Potential Pregnancy problems
Types of Birth
Time in the NICU
Feeding Multiples
Sleep with Multiples
Safe Sleep in Multiples
Common illness with Multiples
Coping with crying in Multiples
Bath time with Multiples
Practical equipment to transport Multiples
How we can help families adjust to Multiples
 
Learning Objectives
 
Resources
Baby Blues
Postnatal Depression
Postnatal Depletion
Sleep deprivation
Traumatic Birth/ Birth trauma/ PTSD
OCD and other controlling conditions
Anxiety
Worry/Mum guilt
Psychosis
Loneliness and Isolation
Listening skills
 
Learning Objectives
Resources
The first 4 weeks
Postpartum potential problems
Pelvic floor
Gentle stretches for Mum
Essential Nutrition/ Nourishing Meals
Practical Support/ House work
Creating a Retreat at home
Postnatal Treatment Rituals
Helping bond with baby/ Baby massage
 

Overview

This course will give you great in-depth knowledge to enable you to be come a confident Postnatal Practitioner, From looking after baby in the early days with feeding, sleep, general baby care but also to look after a Mum in the early days, with help recovering from birth and navigating Motherhood. We train you to a high standard to understand the role, how to market yourself and all the self employed business basics you will need. This course is everything you will need to know to have a fun filled career as a Postnatal Practitioner.

When you will Qualify you will be able to:

  • Provide practical jobs around the home environment
  • Provide hands on baby care to give parents a break
  • Offer emotional support, a listening ear
  • Provide baby groups and classes in the local community
  • Provide education to parents in person or online. 
  • and so much more in this diverse role!

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

  • Passionate people who are deeply caring and want a career helping and supporting families to improve their life with their children.
  • Parents themselves who have experienced parenting first hand and have a good understanding of why this role is so important
  • People who already have their own business or work in a career with parents and want to become more knowledgeable on baby care and how to support mums.

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Family Focus - Tots to Teens practitioner

This is for anyone who feels they can help families develop and grow confidently and bring a little sunshine into their day.

Your day will be varied and may range from teaching mum how to potty train her 3 year old or teaching dad how to get his 6 year old to eat those vegetables. Some days might deal with behaviour issues and some days may be helping a family create a fun filled holiday schedule. 

Whatever you are asked to do by a parent you will be confident your knowledge is all up to date through our in depth course. 

Family Focus Practitioner course Includes:

This module is everything you will need to get started in your career.

1. Mission Statement, Principles, Declaration.

2. Our thanks to you, how we support and thank you.

3. All the resources you need to study this course

4. Professional Conduct

5. Who we help, how we help, Why we are needed service. 

6. Confidentiality

7. Principles of response

8. Awareness of Domestic and Child abuse.

9. Health and Safety around the home

10. Equal Opportunities

11. The Importance of Play

12. Listening Skills

13. Taking Action in an emergency, Protecting yourself

14.Boundaries

15. Getting started as a Postnatal Practitioner

16. First meeting/Consultation

17. Gaining Experience

18. Useful Resources

  1. Basic evolution
  2. Basic child psychology overview
  3. Hierarchy of needs
  4. Positive reinforcement
  5. Punishment and why it doesn’t work
  6. Helping parents cope with unwanted behaviour 
  7. Relationship needs
  8. How unwanted behaviour can affect parents mental health
  9. End of module quiz
  1. How child behaviour has changed throughout time and history
  2. How family units have changed throughout time and history and how this affects today’s families
  3. Behavioural norms in toddlers aged 1-3
  4.  Behavioural norms in pre schoolers aged 3-5
  5. Behavioural norms in primary school ages 5 – 11
  6. Behavioural norms in in pre teens aged 11 – 13
  7. Behavioural norms in in teenagers aged 13 – 16
  8. Supporting parents throughout their child’s development, and behavioural changes and growth
  9. End of module quiz
  1. Psychology of learning
  2. Positive reinforcement techniques and methods
  3. Implementing positive reinforcement methods correctly
  4. Learning through play
  5. Learning through positive relationships with parents
  6. Supporting parents positively and non judgmentally
  7. Why judgment and blame aren’t at all useful or helpful
  8. Mindset and mental health and how it affects learning
  9. how environment affects learning
  10. How to support and change environments positively
  11. End of module quiz
  1. Medical dictionary definition of mental health
  2. Definition of depression
  3. signs and symptoms of depressions
  4. How to support someone with depression
  5. Definition of anxiety
  6. signs and symptoms of anxiety
  7. How to support someone with anxiety
  8. Definition of OCD
  9. Signs and symptoms of OCD
  10. How to support someone with OCD
  11. Mental health and mindset differences
  12. Supporting parents with mental health issues
  13. Supporting parents with low midset
  14. Supporting parents with low self esteem
  15. Supporting parents under stress
  16. When to refer to a doctor or medical profession
  17. When to help and when to refer
  18. Know your place
  19. End of module quiz
  1. Nutrition 101 – What children need to thrive
  2. Food triangle
  3. How energy is converted and burned
  4. How food affects behaviour
  5. Stages of fussiness children go through
  6. How to positively solve fussy eating issues
  7. Medical issues regarding food and when to refer to doctors
  8. Food exploration
  9. Supporting parents of fussy eaters
  10. Family meal times
  11. Getting the kids involved
  12. End of module quiz
  1. Sleep biology
  2. Sleep evolution
  3. Sleep hygiene
  4. Sleep cycles
  5. Safe Sleep
  6. Sleep and technology
  7. Sleep and food
  8. Sleep and exercise
  9. Adult sleep issues
  10. Sleep methods
  11. Supporting parents of children with sleep issues
  12. Supporting parents who have sleep issues
  13. How to create a positive environment and thought process around sleep
  14. End of module quiz
  1. Most common diagnosis
  2. ADHD Overview
  3. Autism overview
  4. Cerebral palsy overview
  5. physical disabilities overview
  6. How parents may feel
  7. What practical help parents may need
  8. What support the children may need
  9. Other siblings
  10. Mindset
  11. Inclusion policy
  12. Culture differences
  13. End of module quiz

Overview

Confident Parenting is a private practice and company set up 15 years ago by Laura Dodd a renowned child development and behaviour expert.

Laura works world wide as a behaviour consultant and has helped thousands of families create calm and solve issues.

After realising she is only 1 person she devised this course to help train new practitioners to enable them to come into a much needed career.

When you will Qualify you will be able to:

  • Provide practical jobs around the home environment
  • Provide practical solutions to help both parent and child enjoy their days together. 
  • Offer emotional support, a listening ear
  • Provide suppport groups and classes in the local community
  • Provide education to parents in person or online. 
  • and so much more in this diverse role!

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

  • Anyone who feels a burning passion to help children, parents and families
  • Parents who have experienced challenges in bringing up their own children. 
  • Anyone who would love to have a fulfilling career where every day is different and you can manage your own diary, hours and salary
  • Anyone who knows they can make a difference in someone’s life with some guidance and training

What people are saying

Free Business course includes:

The Pros and Cons

Your Why

The Mission
The Realities
 
Choosing Your Business
 
Name
 
The Legalities
 
Self Employed or Ltd Company
 
Setting your Fees and Payments Structure
 
HMRC
 
Bank account and accountants
 
Business Plan
 
Business Goals
 
Life plan
Alignment
 
Mindset
 
Mental Health
 
Create a community
 
We are your village
 
Why bother
 
Psychology of marketing
 
Branding
 
Psychology of colour
 
Consistency
 
Pain points
 
Market research
 
Marketing Plan
 
Logo
 
Identifying your ideal
clients
 
Email Marketing

Buyers psychology

Price points

Finding Clarity

Sales Plan
 
Growing your business
 
Diversifying

Facebook

Instagram

LinkedIn
 
TikTok
 
YouTube

Canva

Video shooting

Voice overs
 
Zoom/ Video calling
 
Creating a online course
 
Why a website is a must have
 
WordPress
 
Setting up a site
 
Domain
 
Why content is important
 
Ways of delivering content
 
A day in the life of
 
Scheduling for ease
 
Productivity
 
Tips
 
Maternity Nurses
 
Playgroup/nursery
owners
Doula’s
 
Schools
 
Behaviour Consultants

Overview

To build a successful business, certain steps need to be followed.

 But when you’ve very little time, experience as a business owner, clarity, knowledge of certain aspects of business, then

Where do you start? 

This is what lead us at Family Care Careers to create this business development course.

It gives you all the steps, info, tech, knowledge, inspiration, guidance, support and cheerleading you will need to fully thrive in your business life.

Completing this course will help you:

What people are saying

family care practitioner Accredited Training

A family care practitioner is a combination of the two roles, so you will be able to work with all ages and all different family scenarios.

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