Searching For Your Dream Job?
Are you looking for a job with flexible, part-time hours? If you love working with kids then we have the dream job for you:
Become a Certified Baby Sleep Consultant!
What is a Baby Sleep Consultant?
If you’re a parent or if you’ve spent time looking after babies, then you’ll already know about the challenges of getting little ones off to sleep. Our Baby Sleep Consultants listen, without judgement, to the unique issues that parents are going through. Then they work alongside parents to implement a solution that will support their babies to be better sleepers.
It’s an incredibly rewarding career that makes the world of difference to sleep-deprived parents and their precious little ones!
Because there’s huge demand for in-home support that ranges across all hours of the day, you can choose flexible, part-time hours that work for you.
Our training programme is internationally recognised through the international institute of complementary therapies. We have trained (or are training) consultants in 37 countries. These countries include Australia, Amsterdam, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Greece, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Monaco, Mexico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, Uruguay, United Kingdom and the United States.
How do I become a Baby Sleep Consultant?
Most of our Baby Sleep Consultants are parents themselves, so we understand that time is scarce and you may prefer to work during school hours. That’s why we offer the flexibility to study from home, at your own pace.
In addition, our students learn:
- The science of sleep for newborns, toddlers and children.
- The most internationally recognised baby sleep training practices.
- An in-depth understanding of sleep challenges and the solutions that are available, including those for situations like where a child experiences acid reflux, eczema, low weight gain, feeding tubes, foot/hip casts, blindness and deafness.
- Family situations and dynamics, nutrition for infants and toddlers, developmental milestones, sleep environments, children and adult temperaments, sleep associations, circadian rhythm and its effect on nap timing and safe sleep practices.
- Lactation strategies, working with lactation consultants and knowing where to get help if needed.
- How to recognise the signs of other issues that will require medical attention, such as postpartum depression and anxiety (you will receive professional development on this), abuse, tongue ties and poor weight gain. This will ensure you provide the client with the support, guidance and referral that they need.
We have been featured in:
We want to make sure that all of our Sleep Consultants feel confident in their abilities.
That’s why our highly experienced Baby Sleep Consultant team will provide you with ongoing support and coaching for the first six months. In addition, you’ll have access to fortnightly live tutorials and ongoing access to the closed Facebook group to ask questions, request advice and discuss situations.