Nanny (Live-in-caregiver)


Radient Consultants prepares participants for working in home-based childcare as a professional nanny. This training course will cover an array of topics, such as how to identify problems and respond to children and elders at risk, best practices in health and safety, and the science of child psychology and development.


Our experience comes with in the methodology we use to teach nannies. We have highly qualified and dedicated trainers who teach candidates how to communicate with parents, to understand the routine of the families. Our trainers are not confined to theoretical knowledge only;put emphasis on practical knowledge by improving their real skills. We want our candidate to be the best among all by learning to tackle any kind of emergency situation with adequate safety measures. As it is wisely said that prevention is better than cure we have trained our nannies to detect the hazards that may occur both indoors and outdoors. They also get to know how to prioritize their responsibilities. They are trained to provide first aid and CPR in case of emergency before the arrival of paramedic care. Our First Aid training includes CPR, mouth to mouth respiration for both elders as well as for babies. They are also taught how to deal with choking, burning, poising, drowning etc. Our intensive nanny training also includes knowledge about healthy and balanced diet. They also learn what type of food is to be given to people of different age groups. They get to know in detail about nutrition.Personal and child hygiene care and basic of infant care like burping, bottle feeding sleeping issues, nappy changing and bathing.

Pilot Program

  1. Under two new pilot programs — Home Child Care Provider (NOC:4411) and Home Support Worker (NOC: 4412), Caregivers can come to Canada on occupation-specific work permits, rather than employer-specific, which means if they want they can change employers.
  2. Spouse will get open work permit and children will get study permits
  3. Caregivers must still have an official job offer in Canada from Canadian employer and meet the standard criteria for economic immigration programs such as English proficiency which is CLB 5, education should be at least 1 year post secondary education, background, health and criminal checks would be done.
  4. No need of LMIA, but the employer offering job should be financially sound to meet the expense of hiring a Caregiver.​
  5. Canada’s caregiver program is believed to be the only one in the world that provides access to permanent status for foreign workers after two years of full-time employment as a caregiver
  6. Caregivers’ work permits are expected to be processed in 12 months under new program.



A total of 5,500 applications would be processed in a year, plus their immediate family.