Nanny Cooking Course – Introduction to food and nutrition for children and young people
This accredited cooking course is suitable for Nannies, Domestic Workers, Housekeepers and Au Pairs wishing to become more confident and gain skills in preparing healthy food for babies, toddlers and children.
Courses have been designed by a leading nutritionist with extensive experience working with children and families privately at her clinic in Harley St, as well as with local authorities and charities throughout the UK.
This cooking course will enable childcarers to demonstrate to employers that they are competent in preparing nutritional food for children and have a good understanding of food hygiene, allergies, diets for different religious groups, and managing fussy eaters.
Candidates can opt to complete a small piece of course work and achieve a level 3 qualification through Open College Network London.
Course is very useful. The trainer was very knowledgeable and gave me lots of great advice and ideas to use in preparing food.
This course has helped me to be confident in preparing food for children. Teacher explained very well in a non-boring way. I found the parts on food hygiene and good fats particularly useful because they were the ones I knew less about.
Nanny Cooking Course Details
Nanny Cooking Course Dates & Details
Venue: London Marriott Hotel Kensington, 147c Cromwell Road, Kensington, London, SW5 0TH
Cost: Option 1: Candidates can opt to complete certificate of attendance – £99 Option 2: Candidates can opt to complete OCN London level 3 qualification in Food and Nutrition for Children and Young People – £140
Time: 10am – 2pm
2017 Dates: 21st Oct
View course dates and book online below:
Nanny Cooking Course Content
Module 1 – Food Safety & hygiene
- Preparing and serving food in a hygienic way
- Food contamination, including the consequences of poor food safety and hygiene
- Ways in which to prevent and control hazards
- Ways in which to ensure hygienic premises and equipment
Module 2 – Overcoming fussy eaters and making food fun
- How to help children to develop a healthy attitude towards food
- Tried and tested ways to overcome fussy eating
- Ways to make food fun for children of all ages
- Health and diverse lunch box and quick healthy dinner ideas
Module 3 – Feeding babies and weaning
- Preparing healthy homemade recipes for babies 6 months+
- The different stages of weaning and when to introduce new foods
Module 4 – Implementing a balanced and varied diet
- The functions of the different food groups
- The principles of the digestive system
Module 5 – Preparing food for children with specific diet requirements
- Common and less common food allergies
- Diets for different religious and cultural groups
Candidates can choose to complete the assessment in order to achieve to the level 3 qualification through Open College Network in food and nutrition for children and young people.
If candidates have chosen to complete the assessment they will need to complete the post course assessment consisting of 10 essay questions based on everything they have learnt during the day course.
Candidates have 5 weeks to complete the course work and have access to our online resource folders consisting of videos and articles. Babyem’s tutors are always available to provide support either by phone, email or SKYPE.
In order to complete the assignment candidates are required to have the following in place:
- Internet access and a working email address
- Up-to-date internet browser such as: Google Chrome/Internet Explorer/Safari/Firefox.
- Ability to hear audio/video via your computer.
- Use of a computer to study the course – tablets and smartphones are not advisable for studying.
Candidates will also be required to use complete internet research and therefore navigate through a website and be able to use basic Word Processing packages such as Microsoft Word.
London Marriott Hotel Kensington, 147c Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW5 0TH
Tel: +44(0) 20 7973 1000
From Heathrow Airport:
Take M4 East and continue onto A4 to Hammersmith/Central London. A4 becomes Cromwell Road, pass Earls Court Road junction on your right. Turn first right into Knaresborough Place opposite Cromwell Hospital, then first left into Collingham Place and then left again. At the traffic lights turn left which will bring you to the hotel entrance on Cromwell Road, opposite Sainsbury’s store.
From Gatwick Airport:
Take M23 and connect to M4 East towards Central London and join onto A4 towards Central London. A4 becomes Cromwell Road, pass Earls Court Road junction on your right. Turn first right into Knaresborough Place opposite Cromwell Hospital, then first left into Collingham Place and then left again. At the traffic lights turn left which will bring you to the hotel entrance on Cromwell Road, opposite Sainsbury’s store. Alternatively take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Station, then take the Tube – District or Circle Line to Earls Court or Gloucester Road Station.
Traveling by Tube
Nearest stations: Earl’s Court Station & Gloucester Road Station
Tube lines: District line, Circle line, and Piccadilly line
£35 per day- Book by calling London Marriott Hotel Kensington
£7-£8 If you book with 20% discount code :BABYEM20
The Hotel is NOT within the London congestion charging zone
Our Nanny Cooking Course Tutor
Nelly is specialises in family and child nutrition and runs a busy practice in Harley Street, London W1. She is a graduate of the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London and a member of the British Association for Nutritional Therapists.
Nelly regularly provides educational workshops for Local Authorities and Schools throughout the UK, and is passionate about developing better eating habits in children and young people.
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