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Babysitter Certification

Many older children are interested in providing babysitting services to younger children and babies, but parents want to be sure they have the knowledge to do so safely. In this program, participants will learn to confidently care for younger children.

Key Program Information
Program Type Non-Credit
Delivery Format Face-to-Face
Next Session Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020
Blue Hills Masonic Center
225 W South St
Rice Lake, WI 54868

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Schedule Oct. 3, 2020 8:30am to 5:00pm

Do you have what it takes to start babysitting?

Is your son or daughter interested in earning their American Red Cross Babysitter Certificate? In this one-day program, participants will learn key components to becoming a certified babysitter! Topics to be covered include feeding, diapering, and learning about discipline issues. This program will help babysitters identify common safety hazards and how to care for common injuries and emergencies such as choking, cuts, and burns. 

Learn the skills and tools to be a confident and capable babysitter! Students must be at least 11 years old to receive the Red Cross Babysitter Certificate.

older teen coloring with three young children

Who Should Attend

Youth ages 11 and older

Instructors

Bambi Forcey is a Red Cross Instructor in Health & Safety Services courses including Lifeguarding, Water Safety, CPR/AED & First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, Emergency Medical Response, Babysitting & Instructors in all levels. She has been teaching & training Instructors in the Northern Wisconsin area for 40 years.

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Fee

Standard Fee $99.00

Fee includes red Cross training booklet, CD, and certification.

Additional Information

Students must be at least 11 years old to receive the American Red Cross Babysitter Certificate. Participants should bring a large doll for skills practice, and a bagged lunch.

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