The Qualifications & Training of a Nursery Nurse?

Answer Nursery nurses, sometimes called neonatal nurses, work in newborn nurseries in hospitals. Some work in regular nurseries and some work in special care nurseries or neonatal intensive care units (N... Read More »

Top Q&A For: The Qualifications & Training of a Nursery Nurse

What is the difference between a nursery nurse and a nursery assistant?

A Nursery Nurse has a formal qualification - NNEB - which requires at least two years college training and she can run her own nursery, be left in charge of pre-school age children and can supervis... Read More »

What qualifications are needed to become a nursery teacher?

Qualifications for nursery or preschool teachers vary from state to state and also depend on a school's funding source. For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports, "by 2011 all Head Start ... Read More »

Information About Becoming a Nursery Nurse?

A nursery nurse is responsible for caring for infants and babies up to about 2 years in age. A nursery nurse might work in a hospital setting, a daycare environment or as an independent agent simil... Read More »

ICU Nurse Qualifications?

An intensive care unit (ICU) nurse---at times also called a critical-care nurse--- specializes in working with patients who are critically ill or injured. She should be supportive of a patient's fa... Read More »