Lifesavers First Aid Training
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NEW Red Cross Babysitting Course

Course Description

  • This course teaches the necessary tools to be responsible babysitters while keeping children in their care safe and happy.
  • First Aid Content Covered: Check, Call, Care (includes phoning EMS/911) , glove removal, recovery position, conscious choking (adult/child/baby/alone), illness, asthma¬†(includes use of inhaler and spacer), anaphylaxis (includes use of EpiPen), poisoning, insect stings, wound care (i.e. minor cuts and scrapes, splinters, nosebleeds, bumps and bruises, life-threatening bleeding, burns), head, neck and back injuries, broken bones, seizures
  • Students are also taught compression only CPR for infants and children.
  • Babysitter's Interview Form and Checklist For student download.
  • Other topics covered include how to prevent injuries, appropriate game and toy choices, how to find a babysitting job safely, how to care for children of different ages and developmental stages (infant, toddler, preschooler and schooled aged).


  • Successful candidates will receive a babysitting manual and a participation card.

Admission Requirements

  • Is mandatory to be at least 11 years of age.
  • This course is designed for ages 11-15.
  • Complete the agency registration forms prior to course commencement. The forms must be completed entirely.
  • Provide a parent or guardian signature.


  • Cost is $55.00 - Price includes textbooks.
    There is no tax applicable on this course.
  • Students must prepay seats to hold spot.


Time8 Hours - one day usually held 8:15AM to 4:30PM
If you are more than 15 minutes late for any course, your spot may be given away.


  • Dec 8, 28
  • Jan 28
  • Feb 11
  • Mar 21, 26
  • April 12

    If you are looking for the Stay Safe (Home Alone) Program, click here

Note: we are currently working on a new website, so some course dates may be subject to change.

FAQs for the Babysitting Course:
Does my child need to bring anything?
Yes, students should bring a lunch and snacks.
Some students like to have water bottle. All students are asked to remove their outdoor shoes before entering the classroom, if your child would like to bring slippers or indoor shoes they are welcome to do so.
Children do not need to bring dolls or teddies to the course, all course supplies are provided (including pens).

Do I need to stay with my child for the course?
No you are not required to stay with your child during the course.

Is my child allowed to walk to Dairy Queen for lunch?
Yes, if you give them permission to leave the building they can walk to Dairy Queen for lunch. This permission is given on the registration form. This can also allow a child to walk home from the course. Without this filled out we will not allow the child to leave the building without a parent.

Can I pick my child up for lunch?
Absolutely! Just let us know in advance so the instructor can break in time for your arrival. Lunch is 30 minutes.

If you have any questions not answered here please give us a call or send an email!


We are located in Prince George BC.


RegisterCall us at 250-562-1238 or register online

Babysitting Course
Baby sitting Course

Comments By Students

It was a great course that taught me much.

It was lots of fun and understandable! I liked using the props and everything.

Thank you Dorothy, I had an amazing time.



Baby doll

Baby Doll ready for the Baby sitting Course - complete with her own backpack filled with supplies.





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