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 on: Today at 12:44:27 AM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by tigger
I think the modern nanny is ment to be able to sort everything out. From kitchen - child

 2 
 on: Yesterday at 10:37:18 PM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by creativenanny
How about understanding the child  Huh

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 08:56:32 PM 
Started by TEDDYBEAR - Last post by TEDDYBEAR
Thank you for your replies.

Previous answer £165

Your answer £266.48

Which one is the right one & is the answer in gross?

I'm confused, sorry.

First week I worked 5 days / 10.5 hour day

Second week 5 days / 10.5 hour day

Third week 3 days / 10.5 hour day

Fourth week 3 days / 10.5 hour day

Cheers.

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 on: July 21, 2014, 09:46:11 PM 
Started by TEDDYBEAR - Last post by NannyNick
Sorry, bit late.

Another way to calculate it is using the Casual staff method: 12.07% of working hours.

So total up working hours: 16 x 10.5 = 168 hours
Divide by 100 = 1.68 (1%)
Multiply by 12.07 = 20.2776 hours.
Then calculate hourly pay: 138/10.5 = 13.14
Round up figures as required to 2 decimal places.

Multiply together: 13.14 x 20.28 = £266.48

This takes into account the amount for bank/public holidays. 

You can see this method in more detail in the ACAS booklet about Holiday Entitlement - bottom of page 6.
ACAS Holiday Entitlement (pdf)

 5 
 on: July 21, 2014, 05:38:34 PM 
Started by NannyStar* - Last post by rosie doll
I would look AWFULL in that uniform !!!

 6 
 on: July 21, 2014, 05:14:08 PM 
Started by NannyStar* - Last post by Testarossa
I did my NNEB, qualifying in 1993, I did cooking and sewing , I made a quilt and a child's dress. is that not included in the newer courses?

 7 
 on: July 21, 2014, 03:23:34 PM 
Started by MiniMe - Last post by MiniMe
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 on: July 20, 2014, 08:17:53 PM 
Started by NannyStar* - Last post by maisy mouse
Tbh I didn't find it really showed us that much about norland, the training or nannying in general. Getting around London is confusing if you don't know the place and haven't lived in a place that has tubes etc or not used to big city and I am sure lots of people get lost/confused. But I am not sure what benefit it was to that we got to watch them get lost.
All I remember from the show is the girl with the doll who was talking away to it and saying she was attached to it-yet it slept on the floor Huh
I too didn't find the professional bit to be about the norland training, more that the careers adviser/teacher had looked down on the thought of nannying and that was her response to the 'just a nanny' bit. It was the nanny title she was defending, not norland( in that instance)
To me its no different to how some of us are privately educated and some of us state. This is the same but based just on nannying.

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 on: July 20, 2014, 06:49:14 PM 
Started by NannyStar* - Last post by lol_pom
I was in no way bashing Norland. I wouldn't. They did however make it feel like you have to be Norland trained to be a professional nanny. I don't agree with this a feel like the nannies that aren't trained with Norland do just as good a job as those who are. You have to have the same outlook on the job and the same rules. I do however think I would have benefited from learning how to cook nutritious meals, sew quillos and learn how to lifeguard. I also couldn't afford to go to Norland, but I am extremely happy with what I have achieved and look forward to achieving more Smiley

Totally agree!!

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 on: July 20, 2014, 04:59:28 PM 
Started by NannyStar* - Last post by jenniferohjenny
I was in no way bashing Norland. I wouldn't. They did however make it feel like you have to be Norland trained to be a professional nanny. I don't agree with this a feel like the nannies that aren't trained with Norland do just as good a job as those who are. You have to have the same outlook on the job and the same rules. I do however think I would have benefited from learning how to cook nutritious meals, sew quillos and learn how to lifeguard. I also couldn't afford to go to Norland, but I am extremely happy with what I have achieved and look forward to achieving more Smiley

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