Nannies and Babysitters Resources

COVID-19 infection control training

As part of our Workplace Safety Policy we require all our Nannies will now be required to complete the COVID-19 infection control training.

This 30-minute online training module is for health care workers in all settings. It covers the fundamentals of infection prevention and control for COVID-19. Once completed please email your certificate to

This training module covers the fundamentals of infection prevention and control for COVID-19 including:

  • COVID-19 – what is it?
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Keeping safe – protecting yourself and others
  • Myth busting

Please note: Due to the high demand of the Infection Control Training course, you may experience timeouts. In the meantime we will be providing information through our website here.  

Timesheet Submission

Permission Forms

Working WithWWCC Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work.  It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of  workplace misconduct.

The result of a Working With Children Check is either a clearance to work with children for five years, or a bar against working with children. Cleared applicants are subject to ongoing monitoring, and any relevant new records which appear against a cleared applicant’s name may lead to the clearance being revoked.


NannySureCaring for young children is a high-risk occupation. You have to be constantly on guard against any potential danger. It takes a split second for an accident to occur and you could be held responsible. For more information please download their Brochure.
NannySure Liability Policy protects your legal liability, providing you with peace of mind should you be found to be negligent. To apply please complete the NannySure Individual Liability Insurance Application Form.


The Australian Nanny Association believes that nannies play a very important role in the care, education and upbringing of Australian children.

The Australian Nanny Association Incorporated (ANA) was established in 2012 in response to the increasing demand for in-home childcare. ANA aims to provide a support network for Australia’s nannies, families who employ nannies, and service providers (agencies). ANA believes professional nannies should be recognised as a legitimate quality childcare option for families, and that the availability of the Child Care Rebate (CCR) should be extended to families who employ a nanny as their form of childcare to allow for greater flexibility in meeting the needs of Australian working families.

 Nanny Members of the Australian Nanny Association can receive a discount on their insurance through NannySure when obtaining a new policy or renewing an existing policy by just providing us with their membership number. ANA aims to educate the public about nannies and the role they play in the care of children within the community. ANA Application Form.

Every worker in Australia needs to get a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement (FWIS) when they start a new job.

The FWIS has information on:

  • the National Employment Standards
  • right to request flexible working arrangements
  • modern awards
  • making agreements under the Fair Work Act 2009
  • individual flexibility arrangements
  • freedom of association and workplace rights (general protections)
  • termination of employment
  • right of entry
  • the role of the Fair Work Ombudsman and the Fair Work Commission.

Visit  Fair Work Information Statement page to download a copy of the FWIS.