Nanny and Childcare Training
The US Nanny Association recognizes and supports organizations and businesses that strengthen the childcare industry.
When considering a training organization, we highlight our organization members who agree to abide by our Code of Conduct and Professional Standards. The US Nanny Association is not responsible for the actions of these organizations.
Childcare Training Programs
There are a lot of childcare classes and programs that offer certificates of attendance, certification and several lead to college degrees.
1. What are your goals? Do you want to start your nanny career, gain advanced childcare skills or qualify for higher paying jobs? How much time do you want to invest and what is your budget?
2. Are you seeking a class, certification or college program? Any one can offer individual classes and certificate of attendance programs. These classes often take a few hours or a weekend to complete. A curriculum taught by college faculty with exams and/or tests is required for professional trade schools and college programs. These programs take a few months and up to a year to complete.
2. Does the organization offer the training in the desired format (in-person or online) and in the desired language (English, Spanish)?
3. Does the training organization provide information about the instructors and their qualifications?