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Babysitting Safety - CPR & First Aid Training

What: Babysitting/First Aid training for boys and girls ages 11-15 that provides
instruction on the skills necessary to administer responsible and safe care
for children and infants.

Where: Hillcrest Middle School


22833 N. 71st Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85310
Instruction includes:
When: Tues. April 20, 2010 & Tues. April 27, 2010 *Basic care-giving skills
3:10 pm - 5:10 pm *Emergency situations
*CPR/First Aid skills
*This is a two-session course *House rules
*Job-finding tips
Cost: $55.00

Upon successful completion of this course, each student will have the confidence and skills needed to
provide a safe and fun environment for their clients.
Each student will receive a certificate of completion, a CPR instruction sheet, business tips and a baby-
sitting checklist.

Don’t Delay - Class Space is Limited!!

Babysitting Safety Registration Form (Hillcrest Middle School)


Student’s Name __________________________________________ Date of Birth ______________________

Parent/Guardian Name ________________________________________ Email _________________________

Home Phone __________________ Work Phone ____________________ Cell Phone ___________________

Address ___________________________________________________________________________________

Medical Alert: Please advise us on line below of any serious allergies or medical conditions:
__________________________________________________________________________________________
After class: _____ Parent Pick-up _____ Walk/Bike Home _____ Other _______________________________

• Bring or mail completed registration form along with payment to Deer Valley Community Education, 20402 N.
15th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85027.
• Please make check or money order out to Deer Valley Community Education.
• Online credit card registration (for a nominal processing fee) is also available at www.dvusd.org/communityed ,
click on “Enrichment Classes”. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted.
• Questions, please call In A Heartbeat at (623)332-2139 or Community Education at (623) 445-5019.