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Babysitting Safety & Child Care Education & Training in Denver
The Front Range CPR's Babysitting Safety Training class is offered by highly qualified instructors who have a wide range of knowledge to help new babysitters gain skills and confidence needed for infant and child care. The 8 hour course includes, information on how to properly take care of young children, develop leadership skills, know what should happen in an emergency situation and First Aid, as well as learn age appropriate activities, help children how to behave and build their own babysitting business!
Denver Babysitting Safety Training and First Aid Classes
Take Babysitting Safety and First Aid classes in Denver from the experts at the American Red Cross. Our classes are taught by certified CPR and first aid instructors who have extensive experience working with children. We use a variety of teaching methods to ensure that our students fully understand the material and are prepared to handle any emergency situation.
The Denver Metro area we Serve
Locations in Denver, Colorado and Beyond that we offer Babysitting Safety Training
Denver Metro Babysitting Safety Certification
To enroll in our Babysitter Safety Certification program at our Denver Training Center locations and learn from the experts at the American Red Cross. register for the next available class. We offer classes throughout the year at various locations across the Front Range, so you can choose the class that is most convenient for you.
Our Newest Location: Front Range CPR 2175 S. Jasmine St. #E, Denver, CO 80222
Colorado Babysitting Safety Certification
When enrolling or interested in Babysitting Safety Training, if you have any questions about our program, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are committed to ensuring that all babysitters in our community are trained and prepared to provide the best possible care for the children in their care.
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What training should a Babysitter have?
To qualify as a certified babysitter, you must first have safety training and certification approved by organizations like the Red Cross or American Heart Association. The Red Cross offers a variety of training programs that will prepare babysitters for what they may encounter when caring for children. These include first aid and CPR certifications, which are important because an unforeseen accident could happen at any time! Front Range CPR provides these Babysitting Safety Training Classes in conjunction with one another- it's always best to check before you start caring!
Do you need a license to be a Babysitter?
No, a babysitting license is not required, there is not a standard government issued in most places. But it is very helpful and many parents want a babysitter that has taken a recognized babysitting safety training course with First Aid and it is also recommended that you take a CPR class too, so that as a babysitter caring for infants and children, you know what to do when any kind of emergency happens.
How do you stay safe when babysitting?
1. Knowing First Aid, CPR and AED Certification can definitely help and is often overlooked but will help prepare a baby sitter.
2. Turn on outside lights in evening
3. Always keep doors and windows locked.
4. Check on sleeping kids at least every 15029 minutes.
5. Unless given permission, never take the kids outdies other than in the backyard while it's light outside.
Front Range CPR offers AHA approved CPR classes for Babysitting Safety.
What are examples of safety hazards to look for when babysitting?
As a babysitter it's important to be aware of are electrical outlets, any type of appliances, all medicines, and household cleaners. You should also look for places where children might trip or slip on the ground level and be very aware of areas around fireplaces and wood stoves; always be on the look out for small items that may cause choking in infants/young children (age dependent), along with other potential dangers including heated surfaces and glass doors and windows.