This course is offered to anyone interested in becoming Adult and Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED certified. This course is OSHA compliant and will help you be more prepared to respond to emergencies at any place and at any time.
*There are no prerequisites required for this course, we encourage everyone to take it.
This class will teach you skills needed to respond to
This course requires both online and classroom learning.
Once registered you will be given access to the online portion of the course which should be completed before the classroom portion of the course.
The Registration will Include:
To successfully complete the course you must:
Once you have successfully completed the course you will shortly receive a digital certification available for print through email, this certification will be valid for 2 years.
Red Cross Lifeguard Course, CPR/AED, and First-aid.
You need to be 15 yr. Old before the last day of the course.
The registration will include:
You need to be a strong swimmer.
The required prerequisite swim test:
*You must attend all class hours.
*Makeups may be possible dependent on the situation
You will do a 10-hour online portion of the class that you will receive on the first day of class through your email.
What to bring to class:
*Completion of this course does not guarantee employment
This babysitting course is for ages 11 and older. The course is designed to help babysitters learn how to care for children, what they should do in an emergency, how to recognize and understand behaviors, and more. This course will have an online and in-person section and will run over the course of 2 days for roughly 2 hours each day. The cost for the course is $28.
“The Babysitting Basics course from the American Red Cross gives those ages 11 and older a foundation on which to build their babysitting business. Designed for new babysitters, this course delivers information clearly, concisely and interactively – and it’s the perfect way for young people to learn about all of the responsibilities that come with the job.” – American Red Cross