Spots still available in NW Fire District babysitting classes - Tucson News Now

Spots still available in NW Fire District babysitting classes

Northwest Fire District offers babysitting classes. (Source: Northwest Fire District) Northwest Fire District offers babysitting classes. (Source: Northwest Fire District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Northwest Fire District still has openings available in its babysitting classes. 

This class takes place over two days and is available July 12 - 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Northwest Fire Training Center (5125 West Camino De Fuego).  

The cost for the class is $25 and includes a certified CPR card from the American Heart Association, upon completion of the course.  

It is designed to familiarize students with the skills and basic knowledge to safely care for infants and children.  Topics covered over the two days will be: 

  • Supervising children and infants
  • Performing basic childcare skills such as diapering and feeding
  • Handle bedtime and discipline issues
  • Fire, personal and kitchen safety awareness
  • Basic First Aid Infant/Child CPR*
  • Communicating effectively with parents
  • Ethical and business principles of babysitting

It is the aim of NWFD that students who take the course gain confidence to make smart decisions, as well as to stay safe in any babysitting situation. 

Please visit http://www.northwestfire.org/education/community-education/babysitter-program/ for more information and to enroll.

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