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Skills & Qualities of a Nursery Nurse

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Transfer-Encoding: chunked ´╗┐Skills & Qualities A skill is something that you are astounding at doing, it could come naturally to you or be something you have learnt through experience or training. Nursery nurse, you will need to be a warm and caring individual; very patient with good communication skills; someone who can work with young children and their families in a sensitive and positive way; responsible and good at creating and organising activities for small children; interested in child development; aware of child safety issues; able to work in a team; and willing to develop your skills. The skills and qualities a nursery nurse should have are listed below. Skills: * A warm, caring and patient nature * Good communication skills * The ability to work with young children and their families in a sensitive and positive way * A sense of responsibility * Creative ideas for activities * An interest in child development * An awareness of child safety issues * The ability to work in a team * A willingness to develop your skills. ...read more.

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So before challenging to progress quality, first you need to describe precisely what it means. The basic definition of quality is in essence very self-effacing; we see it as the ?step of excellence? in healthcare. Of course, excellence has many dimensions. But within the sector it is widely accepted that excellent healthcare should have the subsequent six physical characteristics. Often the dimensions are complementary. However, there are tensions among them that need to be balanced ? for example, person-centeredness may not always go hand-in-hand with efficiency. Alperton Nursery nurses work with children from birth to five years old. They work in day nurseries and scenes, associate teachers in schools and as nannies in private homes. Responsibilities may vary according to the age of the children and the work place. With babies, a lot of the work consist of physical care. ...read more.

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Alperton Nursery expect all nursery nurses to have the following qualities listed below: * To love and comprehend children, and be able to relate to them. * To be persistent, easy-going, secure and dependable. * To be in the flesh fit with great staying power. * To be sharp-eyed, creative, wholehearted, energetic and fun-loving. * To be able to interconnect with parents, carers, children and other professionals. * To be conscious of health and protection issues. * To be able to work in a groups and be responsible. * To be able to stay composed at all times. Alperton expects all the nursery nurses in being caring, sympathetic, responsible, and detail oriented. Nursery nurses are able to direct and supervise others, correctly evaluates children conditions, and determine when consultation is required. The nursery nurses are emotionally stable to cope with children grief, traumas, and other pressures. ...read more.

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