Certified Sleep Nanny Consultant
Posted: 31st Jan 2018 Closing: 30th Apr 2018
The Sleep Nanny®
Do you want to work from home to be with your children? Or have the freedom to be there for the school run while still having a career and that sense of achievement that's yours? The Sleep Nanny® brand was built by a mum who understands this only too well. This is YOUR opportunity to do something special for yourself and your family.
As a Certified Sleep Nanny Consultant, you will provide a service that compensates you well for your time and there are no limits! If you just want to help one or two families each week, that's fab. If you want to help more, you'll earn more - simple! No-one sets your salary or places a cap on your income. It's in your hands.
We truly believe this is, hands down, the single most rewarding job in the world! If you have been through the trials of parental sleep deprivation, you'll know how grateful you'd be to have someone support you and make it all better. When you give a family back their sleep, you save marriages, avert accidents, relieve depression, help little ones thrive and revive happiness - FACT.
The Sleep Nanny Certification training programme is second to none with the most comprehensive syllabus on the planet. You'll feel fully informed, equipped and empowered to go out and make your difference. What's more, no other certification programme offers any business training let alone the high level business training and coaching that we provide, not just at the start but every month as your business progresses.
£3997 initial fee then flat rate of £247 per month.
You choose the hours you wish to work to fit around you and your commitments.
Estimated income £2500-£5500 per month
Best suited to:
Business minded mums with experience in coaching, counselling, childcare, nursing or similar.
Family: Husband and 2 children
How does the job fit around your family life?
You can work the hours that best suit you. The school day, a few days per week during nursery time or just evenings and weekends, whatever works for you. It is great because you can have your own business and still be there for your family.
How much time do you commit?
I work three to four days per week during school hours and offer one evening slot per week. I may change this as my children grow but that is the beauty of the flexibility with this role.
Where do you carry out your work?
I work from home most of the time. All consultations are done via video call because we work with families all over the world. I might do an occasional home visit if it is local but online consultations have so many advantages for both parties. I will do talks and workshops at local mums groups and nurseries sometimes.
Do you need a car?
No, you can work entirely from home if you wish. Travel to venues to hold a talk or a workshop can be done via public transport. A car is not essential at all.
Do you get support/training?
Yes, lots! There is a 10 week training programme initially and then you get ongoing training, mentoring and supervision with weekly and monthly scheduled classes. You also get top quality business coaching at the start and then monthly ongoing.
Would you recommend this opportunity to other mums?
It is like no other opportunity in this field. The training is highly comprehensive& nowhere else do you get dedicated business coaching as part of the package. The income potential is exponential. Work part time, around your family & earn more than in a full-time role. The sky's the limit as it is your own business but you have the benefit of the brand and the support to maximise your potential.
Do you advertise?
I don’t really do much paid advertising as social media, local talks/workshops, word of mouth, The Sleep Nanny® website and the marketing and PR from The Sleep Nanny® HQ drive plenty of interest to me.
Are there any downsides to the role?
You have to maintain professional boundaries so that clients do not intrude on your personal time. It is also important not to let a clients’ suffering become your own - separating yourself emotionally while remaining empathetic is important.