Safety Day is comprised of 3 types of classes all taught in one day. Take one or two classes or all three are available too!
First Aid for Kids is taught by an EMT/Paramedic in a virtual classroom, supplemented by a video presentation. Students 7-13 year old will learn skills and techniques necessary to respond to a variety of first aid related emergencies including: bleeding control, choking, burns, care for sprains, strains and breaks and treatment for heat & cold emergencies. Also addressed are several common medical emergencies found in schools today such as: food allergies, diabetes, seizures and asthma. This course meets requirements for several boy/girl scout badges.
Home Alone participants will learn the importance of behaving responsibly when being home alone. Topics include but are not limited to basic first aid, what to do when a stranger comes to the door, answering the phone, internet safety and how to react during various home emergencies. Knowing when your child is ready to stay home alone is a difficult decision and preparation can make the transition much easier for you and your child.
Babysitter training is taught through an interactive virtual classroom, this instructor led 3 hour class is supplemented by a video presentation, lecture and group activities. Participants will learn the roles and responsibilities of a babysitter including skills in the business of babysitting, accident prevention, first aid, care for choking victims and the ages and stages of children.