|There are 2 sections of this class|
|Ages:||11 years to under 16 years|
Babysitter’s Training is a blended learning class that teaches students in grades 5-8 the fundamental skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for infants and children. Course content: Injury and accident prevention, choking rescue, adult and pediatric CPR and AED use, basic first aid skills, childcare routines (including bottle feeding and diapering practice), positive behavior management, problem solving techniques, and business basics (including resume writing, setting fees, and professionalism).
Course length: The course is broken into two sections. The first section is online and takes approximately 4 hours to complete. The second section is an in-person skills session, which is approximately 1.5 hours in length.
Course materials: Pocket first aid kit, drawstring bag, folder with course reference materials, and American Heart Association Family and Friends student manual.
Certification: Upon successful completion of both the online and skills components of the class, students will receive an American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training e-certificate and an American Heart Association Family and Friends CPR e-Certificate.
ALL WARREN BUILDING CLASSES:
Program classroom assignments change each day. Please refer to the "Daily Schedule," located at the Front & Rear entrance for your classroom assignment.
|Open to These Grades:||N/A|