Baby Care Online Course

Does your domestic worker have the confidence and skills to take care of your baby?

Uplifters is specialized in online education for domestic workers and we develop courses adapted to their needs. We know that education is not just knowledge and our teaching method combines a practical approach to learning together with 1-to-1 support and direct access to experts.

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10-hour online course. The course lasts 2 weeks.
It takes normally about 45 minutes every day, on average 5 hours a week. Domestic workers have one month to complete it in order to have enough time to fully understand the lessons and ask all their questions. It’s 100% flexible. Domestic workers can connect when they have time. There is no fixed meeting at a given time.


Content developed by the pediatrician Dr. Blandine Prévost and based on WHO and UNICEF guidelines covering baby care, safety and development from 0 to 18 months of age. Some of the topics that are included are baby well-being, hygiene, food safety, baby’s milestones, health and how to communicate with your employer.


1-to-1 online support and unlimited access to a Facebook group with experts – including pediatricians, pediatric nurses, and midwives – to answer any and all questions.


A certificate of completion will be delivered to the domestic worker upon full completion of the course and passing of a final online exam. Uplifters does not provide official educational certification and diplomas recognized by the relevant authorities or bureau for courses offered. All certification given is to only certify successful completion of the courses offered to the rating and/or grading standards of Uplifters.

Free online module for employers

The employer will also get access to a FREE online Domestic Worker – Parents Working Relationship module to help them communicate their expectations regarding routine and baby care to their domestic worker and establish healthy working relationships with her. Indeed most problems and accidents happen because of communication and misalignment issues.

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