Child and Babysitting Safety

In the Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) course, you will learn about choking, water hazards, fun activities to entertain children of various age groups, infant and child feeding, diapering procedures, providing emergency care, basic first aid care and much more!

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The program stresses the priority to keep you and the children you care for safe. Babysitting is not just “watching” the children, but being responsible for their safety and well being.

 Who should take this course?

Adolescents who want to start and run a successful babysitting business.

  • Please have your child bring a sack lunch, refillable water bottle, and snack for the afternoon.
  • Registration is 30 minutes before the class start. Please come with your child to complete any paperwork and consents required
  • Class starts promptly at the scheduled
  • Parents: Please arrive at 20 minutes before class completion to participate in the graduation ceremony and pick your child up. Bring your camera!

Sample class material

There is essential information you need before the parents leave. If the parents have not already furnished this Information, it then becomes your responsibility to get it. Refer to the inside back cover for “Babysitter’s Job Information Sheet,” this is a reproducible form that you can take with you to make sure that you have all of the Information you need before the parents leave. Use one form per child. Keep the form neat and up-to-date. Give it to EMS workers, firefighters or police officers in an emergency.”

Young Hearts Education's mission is to actively build confidence through knowledge in each student, utilizing the most current standards and guidelines.

Onsite training classes are Available.

(208) 991-2770

info@YoungHeartsEd.com

3350 Americana Terrace, Suite 310, Boise ID 83706

These programs conform to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.