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What To Expect
Thank you for enrolling your child(ren) in the Babysitting Course with First Aid Hero, authorized Red Cross Training Partner. I am excited to have all of your children in the course, but before they arrive there are a few items of business.

**It is important that your child(ren) are made aware there is a zero tolerance for misbehavior. In this Babysitting course, students are expected to act as Babysitters- being role models for younger children and being on their best behavior. If there is a major problem, parents will be called and asked to pick up their child. A certificate will not be issued in this case.

Students are welcome to arrive starting at 8:20am for class starting at 8:30am. Late entries of 10 minutes or greater will be turned away. Please have you or your child SIGN IN and students or guardians should sign out when picking up. If desired there is a 30 minute question and answer period available prior and after the course.

What to bring
  • Each child needs preferably a medium sized doll or stuffed animal
  • Bring a yoga mat, medium sized towel or small blanket
  • 2 large nutritious snacks + nutritious lunch (if a full day program) + plenty of water. (They will be hungry & thirsty as this course is physical.)
  • No NUTS. We have a couple students with severe allergies.
  • Students are NOT permitted to leave the premises, especially during lunch (30 minutes)
  • Bring a pen or pencil
Where to send money
  First Aid Hero
A division of Big Dip Productions Inc.
P.O. Box 19111
Vancouver, BC
Links Page
  BC Legal Age for Leaving Child Alone:  
  Kids and First Aid:  

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