Monday, December 26, 2011

Webinars are back!

This information is provided by Nannypalooza.com.  Any questions about the webinars should be directed to Nannypalooza.com.  

Nannypalooza Webinars

We will offer periodic webinars for free! All you have to do is sign up for our mailing list.
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Winter Webinars are being co sponsored by www.nannybizreviews.com
Please join us for our upcoming series of webinars.  All live webinars are FREE with a quick registration.  Can’t make the date?  You can get the replay for only five bucks.  
YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH WEBINAR YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND

Sunday, January 15th @ 7:00 PM Eastern Time
Creating a Home Learning Environment with Sue Downey
Here are some good ideas about how to approach your day to create a true learning environment in the home. There will be some theory and talk of approach but also a bunch of great, inexpensive or free ideas for activities that can be adapted to work with all ages. If you have specific needs or questions please let me know prior to the workshop so I can address them! Suedowney@nannypalooza.com 

Sunday, February 12th @ 6:00 PM Pacific Time
Agency Panel with Lora Brawley
In this Q and A session, some of the top agency owners in the country will candidly answer your questions.  Want to know how they really choose the candidates they invest their time and energy into?  Or why what you think you should make and what they think you should make are often miles apart?  Or how they choose which families to present you to?  Or why they accept jobs from employers that don’t pay taxes?  Don’t miss this opportunity to get the information you need to effectively use placement agencies in your next job search.  You can help me plan this session by emailing your questions to info@nannybizreviews.com.  

Sunday, March 11th @ 7:00 PM Eastern Time
Infant to Toddler- the Incredible Journey with Deborah Brown, hosted by Sue Downey
In this webinar we will discuss and offer solutions and ideas for that tough period of 10-15 months as babies become walkers. This part of life is full of transitions including changes in feeding, sleeping, communicating and more. As toddlers require a different approach than infants, it is important to address these changes and be armed with ideas to make the transitions as seamless as possible. 

Sunday, April 15th @ 6:00 PM Pacific Time 
Let’s Talk About Money: How to Negotiate a Great Salary, Ask for a Raise and Other Tough Money Conversations with Lora Brawley
It’s scary to talk about money with employers.  Especially when you’re trying to get them to hire you or give you a raise.  But if you don’t talk about it, you’ll end up kicking yourself every payday because you’re earning less money than you need.  Or than you’re worth.  If you want to make more money in your next job, or the one you have now, it’s time to learn how to talk about it.  This webinar will teach you how to…
  1. push through your fear and bring up the subject in an interview or during a performance review
  2. confidently ask for what you want
  3. use a proven selling technique to show parents why you’re worth every penny
  4. overcome the “everyone else is cheaper” and “we can’t afford it” arguments

Sunday, May 13th @ 7:00 PM Eastern Time
The Toughest Challenges of Ages and Stages with Sue Downey and Lora Brawley
Join us for this unique resource packed webinar.  We’ll tackle the top challenges for each age group and offer a variety of approaches and follow-up resources. 
infants (birth to twelve months)
toddlers (two and three years)
preschoolers (four and five years)
young school-age (six  to eleven)
tweens and teens (twelve and up)

Monday, December 19, 2011

National Nanny Training Day

National Nanny Training Day

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
Nanny Biz Reviews is excited to sponsor National Nanny Training Day. (Check out the post that started it all.) This event will bring together nanny-related businesses and organizations in cities across the country to provide quality nanny training opportunities to local nannies. Why is this so important? Because training and education of caregivers is one of the most important factors associated with the quality of the child care they provide.
What to help plan a training in your community? Check out the details here.
For a listing of events, check out Nanny Biz Reviews.