Canadian Red cross
student courses

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Real-world scenarios often call on children to respond to challenges at home or when out and about. We're a ​proud Canadian Red Cross training partner giving students knowledge, practice, and tools.

Red Cross Babysitting
(7 hours of online learning)

Our Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course covers managing difficult behaviours, leadership qualities, and professional conduct as a babysitter. It promises to deepen the responsibility that older youth feel when caring for younger children. The curriculum includes new science and improved learning about providing appropriate care in the event of an emergency. For youth in grades 5 to 8. We make it fun! Course includes interactive chat, games and videos.

Course content:

• How to be a responsible babysitter and demonstrate leadership

• How to make good decisions and manage difficult behaviours

• Understanding and strategies for children's developmental stages 

• How to recognize and prevent unsafe situations, make safe choices, and promote safe behaviours

• Children and babies: How to feed, diaper, dress, and play

• Check, Call, Care (including phoning 911)

• Conscious choking (adult/child/baby/alone)

• Introduction to CPR (baby/child)

• Asthma (includes use of inhaler and spacer)

• Anaphylaxis (includes use of EpiPen), poisoning and insect stings

• Wound care (minor cuts and scrapes, splinters, nosebleeds, bumps and bruises, life-threatening bleeding, and burns)

• Broken bones, head, neck and back injuries, seizures

Course take-a-ways:

Red Cross Babysitter's Manual (delivered before the course begins)

Red Cross Babysitting Certificate

   (digital certificate after successful completion)

Register for a class  today Questions? Just ask.

Red Cross Stay Safe

(6 hours of online learning)

 

Real-world scenarios often call on our children to respond to challenges at home or when they’re out and about. This course teaches the skills needed to stay safe on their own at home, respond to unexpected situations (such as strangers or visitors knocking on the door), give first aid treatment, and call 911. Whether in the community or alone, this course is a must-take if you want your children to have better tools for staying safe. For youth in Grades 3 and 4. We make it fun! Course includes interactive chat, games and videos.

Course content:

• How to stay safe on your own when at home

• The importance of following rules and being prepared

• Building daily routines

• Making the right choices

• How to do safety checks at home and in the neighbourhood

• How to identify poisons

• Understanding fire safety

• Making healthy food choices

• Preventing the spread of germs

• Building a first aid kit

• Check, Call, Care (including phoning 911)

• Learning about choking

• Learning about asthma and allergies

• Taking care of minor cuts and scrapes

• What to do for life threatening bleeding

• First aid (nosebleeds, bumps, bruises, and burns)

• Understanding illness, poisons and insect stings

Course take-a-ways:

• Red Cross Stay Safe Manual (delivered before the course begins)

• Red Cross Stay Safe Certificate

(digital certificate after successful completion)

Register for a class  today Questions? Just ask.

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The Aquino Family

 

Our son was sad when the Stay Safe course ended. He really enjoyed the 2-day class. Thank you so much!

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