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

Answer 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 »
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What is the role of a nursery nurse assistant?

Im a deputy manager of a nursery and the nursery assistants where i work do exactly the same job role as a nursery nurse, we are all treated as equals. although as an apprentice you wouldnt be requ... Read More »
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What is the difference between Nursery Revenue Code 170 and 171?

Answer 170 - is General Nursery care whereas 0171 reflects routine care of normal full term or preterm neonate (Nursery Level I). This is per NUBC and UB92/04 descriptions of Revenue codes.
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What Is the Difference Between a Nurse Assistant I& Nurse Assistant II?

A nursing assistant I is an "in-training" position, while a nursing assistant II has the nursing assistant I occupation as a prerequisite for a promotion. Nursing assistant II requires prior experi... Read More »
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What is the job role of a nursery assistant?

It is a glorified teacher! I am a nursery assistant and find the constant paper work, parents nights, assessments, knowledge of every aspect of the curriculum is hard going. I just wanted to play... Read More »
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