Teens taught to be babysitters

Red Cross course to be given at S. Walter Stewart Library

Teens can run their own businesses as babysitters — with the help of the  Red Cross Babysitting class offered at S.Walter Stewart branch of the public library in East York.

The one-day course is offered for students 11–15 years old who want to learn how to safely babysit infants and young children.

The course covers diapering, feeding, age-appropriate activities and games, how to handle emergencies, household safety, basic first aid and more.

It runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 16.

The fee is $60 per student and includes all taxes, textbook, card of completion and other materials.

Register online at www.citycpr.com/courses/babysitting-course-toronto/ or call 416-697-8229.

The S. Walter Stewart Branch is at 170 Memorial Park Ave., phone 416-396-3975.

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Posted: Jan 16 2018 7:49 am
Filed in: THINGS TO DO