Calling all Girls! Upcoming Babysitting Training Program

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childstroller.jpgAppalachian Regional Healthcare is holding a Safe Sitter Babysitting Training Program for individuals at least 11 years old.

Safe Sitter  is an up-to-date,and well-rounded youth development program with amedical basis, teaches young teen babysitters everything they need to know to keep the children in their care safe. The nationally-recognized, pediatrician developed program includes child care techniques, basic first aid, rescue techniques for choking infants and children, infant and child CPR training, and babysitting as a business.

 

 

Details:

When: Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Time: 9 am- 4 pm

Place: Watauga Medical Center (Auditorium)

Cost: $25. Cash or make check payable to ARHS

Class size is limited.  You must call to pre-register.

Contact: Candy Jones (ARHS Community Outreach)
Phone: (828) 268-8960
Email: cfjones@apprhs.org

Students must bring their own lunch, drinks, and snacks.

About Jen Spink


I’m Jen Spink, editor of The High Country Parent. My husband Scott and I have two beautiful girls. Geek is a word that comes to mind to describe me as I love social media and all things technology.


Comments

  1. Thanks, Jen! My oldest just turned 12 and has been asking about this!