Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 5, 2008
eNanny Source, the premier online resource for families seeking a nanny and nannies seeking work, and The Nanny School of Los Angeles, a venture co-founded by Stella Reid of television's Nanny 911 and professional nannies Helen Moon, NNEB and Ann-Marie Limon, NNEB, have established a collaboration in order to improve the care given to children by nannies in the United States.
The three women who founded the Nanny School of Los Angeles were all professionally trained in the UK. The Nanny School is modeled after the UK system of educating nannies, offering six and 12 week programs and private consultations to families covering all aspects of childcare.
eNannySource is an online nanny agency that goes beyond simple job listings by also providing an in-depth resource library and additional helpful tools to families and nannies. The site was founded by a veteran of the nanny industry, Steve Lampert, who previously ran a successful real-world nanny agency in Los Angeles staffing celebrities homes.
Together, these two businesses have partnered to increase awareness about the importance of nanny education, including CPR and child behavior. Nannies who have taken training classes can offer the children with whom they work additional benefits beyond simple childcare.
eNannySource is an online nanny search service that offers an affordable alternative to traditional nanny agencies. The company was founded Steve Lampert, who previously owned and operated a successful nanny agency in Los Angeles for 10 years that worked with many celebrities. The site also offers tools for both families seeking nannies and nannies seeking jobs, including an article library and a Nanny Success Kit that features worksheets for help with interviewing and nanny background checks. For more information, please visit http://www.enannysource.com.
About The Nanny School of Los Angeles:
Stella Reid, of television's Nanny 911, and professional nannies Helen Moon, NNEB and Ann-Marie Limon, NNEB opened the nanny school was because people kept saying I want someone like you... European/British and trained. Well we couldn't accommodate the British/ European BUT we could accommodate the training. In the UK nannying is a profession. Here in the states, especially in Los Angeles, everybody working in the field calls themselves a nanny but they may be a housekeeper or a babysitter and that is not the same. For more information, please visit http://www.thenannyschool.org.