WHO: Recommended for 11-15 year old boys and girls; ages 10-17 are welcome.
WHERE: James H. LaRue/Highlands Ranch Library, 9292 Ridgeline Blvd.
WHEN: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014 (conveniently scheduled on a student non-contact day in Highlands Ranch).
WHAT: A Licensed Training Provider from the American Red Cross will teach the course, which includes information on:
- Leadership, decision-making, and the business of babysitting;
- Safety, safe toys and play, behavior issues and how to deal with them;
- Basic child care, including holding, feeding, diapering and caring for infants and young children;
- Common first aid situations, and how to care for burns, bleeding, bee stings and more;
- Recognizing emergencies, when to call 911, practice techniques for choking and rescue breathing; and
- Much more!
HOW: Email (babysittertraining1
WHAT ELSE? Take home materials include a Babysitter’s Handbook, Emergency Reference Guide, and CD-ROM. Fee also includes use of all manikins, videos, and supplies needed for the class. A printable certificate will be emailed within a week after the successful completion of the class. A few other”goodies” are provided as well. Feel free to contact BraveHeart for more information: 303-946-436.
EXTENDED LEARNING: If you are already certified in babysitting you can become an ADVANCED BABYSITTER. Babysitting Part 2, which includes two-year certification in Pediatric First Aid/CPR, will be offered at the Highlands Ranch Library on Monday, Dec. 22, 2014. For more details, CLICK HERE: www.redcrosstrainingclasses.
Posted on Oct 30, 2014 - 12:54pm