CABS Child and Babysitting Safety December 18, 2015 at Saving American Hearts

CABS Child and Babysitting Safety Certification December 18, 2015 9 AM to 1 PM at Saving American Hearts 6165 Lehman Drive Suit 209 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918.

The Child and Babysitting Safety training program is designed to focus on supervising, caring for, and keeping children and infants safe in babysitting settings. The program provides fundamental information in the business of babysitting, proper supervision, basic caregiving skills, and responding properly to ill or injured children or infants.

You will receive the provider manual for this course (which is included in the cost of the class) and an American Health and Safety Institute CABS Certification card good for 2 years.

This is a great course for building a safe and successful babysitting business

Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

Babysitting is usually a teenager's first attempt at building and running a small business.

Our new Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) course comes with the provider manual in a magazine-format guide designed to engage and inform the aspiring babysitter.

It gives teenagers everything they need to know, from getting started, to dealing with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, and first aid tips.

A fun, easy-to-read magazine

The CABS course manual gives teenagers essential information, but it doesn't read like a textbook.

We've broken childcare and babysitting down into sections, combining practical information with graphics and images designed to pull teenagers in and keep them engaged.

Course Highlights include:

Babysitting as a Business

— Everything a teenager needs to know to get started Safety and Injury Prevention

— Guidelines to make sure that everyone stays safe Leadership

— Strategies to build confidence when responding to conflict

Play Time — Tips on age-appropriate play and staying involved Basic Caregiving Skills

— Feeding, burping, diapering, and safe sleep practices

First Aid â€...

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The Child and Babysitting Safety training program is designed to focus on supervising, caring for, and keeping children and infants safe in babysitting settings. The program provides fundamental information in the business of babysitting, proper supervision, basic caregiving skills, and responding properly to ill or injured children or infants.

You will receive the provider manual for this course (which is included in the cost of the class) and an American Health and Safety Institute CABS Certification card good for 2 years.

This is a great course for building a safe and successful babysitting business

Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

Babysitting is usually a teenager s first attempt at building and running a small business.

Our new Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) course comes with the provider manual in a magazine-format guide designed to engage and inform the aspiring babysitter.

It gives teenagers everything they need to know, from getting started, to dealing with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, and first aid tips.

A fun, easy-to-read magazine

The CABS course manual gives teenagers essential information, but it doesn t read like a textbook.

We ve broken childcare and babysitting down into sections, combining practical information with graphics and images designed to pull teenagers in and keep them engaged.

Course Highlights include:

Babysitting as a Business

Everything a teenager needs to know to get started Safety and Injury Prevention

Guidelines to make sure that everyone stays safe Leadership

Strategies to build confidence when responding to conflict

Play Time Tips on age-appropriate play and staying involved Basic Caregiving Skills

Feeding, burping, diapering, and safe sleep practices

First Aid The knowledge to go with the responsibility

Sending a teenager out in the world can be nerve-wracking as much as leaving your children in the care of one The new CABS course can help build peace of mind in everyone concerned, by giving teenagers a proven, effective way to care for children.

GETTING STARTED:

You will get an introduction to babysitting

A job information sheet

Help the parents get to know you

What to cover before the parents leave

LEADERSHIP

You're in charge-but you're not the parent

Negotiations

Conflict resolution

Setting boundaries

BASIC CAREGIVING SKILLS

Hand washing

Feeding infants and children

Diapering

Infant safe sleep practices

SAFETY AND INJURY PREVENTION

Telephone safety

Personal calls and texting

Hazards

SIDS awareness

PLAY TIME

Keeping kids entertained and active

Tips for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school-age

Staying involved

Bringing your own toys

FIRST AID

Recognizing and emergency

Cuts and scrapes

Caring for burns

Choking

We make learning to save lives easy and FUN

The end of the school year is fast approaching, and soon it will be summer job season for our teens. Babysitting is a favorite choice for high school and college-aged young adults looking to earn extra cash during the summer months. But are they prepared to handle the emergencies that can occur?

The National Safety Council turned to the doctors at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, OH to determine the five most common injuries that affect children in the summer, often ending in a trip to the hospital:

Falls

Bicycle injuries

Burns

Motorized vehicle incidents

Drowning

Babysitting is serious business and a big responsibility; your child is taking care of someone else s child. Make sure they are prepared and knowledgeable in babysitting best practices as well as how to operate their first attempt at running a small business.

If you have any questions about the course, please call Catherine Brinkley at (719) 551-1222 or email: admin savingamericanhearts. com

Catherine Brinkley (719) 551-1222 6165 Le...