Babysitting course - Dunstable
What is it?
Provided for 14-17 year olds, the aim of the course is to develop the practical skills to look after other young children, be they siblings, their own children or in a 'babysitting' role. The course includes:
- Basic first aid
- Health and Safety
- Communicating with a child
- Responsibilities of a babysitter
- Making a child's toy
Here is what one of our learners had to say;
“This 7 week course was very informative and well worth your time if you would like to get a qualification to add to your CV. The instructor was very good as I needed special measures added due to some surgery I had to have and they just filled me in as soon as I was back. This was a great 7 weeks and I would advise anyone who wants to earn some extra money to look into taking the course. The course consisted of 7 parts and we covered one per week and in each section we would complete the final week project over all 7 weeks. The training I took gave me, first aid skills, child behavior and more skills that I can use in later life.”
Who can attend?
This course is offered in Central Bedfordshire to vulnerable young people who have are at risk of disengagement with society and education. It aims to improve the students’ aspirations and communication skills. On completion, the students receive an in-house certificate.
The sessions can be delivered as an after school club, a half term club, or two half-day sessions during school time. This is a bespoke service that can be scheduled according to demand.
Where the course is held can be flexible to the needs of the learners. It could take place:
- At your school
- At a youth club
- At First Place Training
Please contact - 01582 690954