Gant Quarter’s Club House

Days Events:  Kids (Boys and Girls age 10-17) interested in Babysitter Boot Camp® PRO will start the day at 9:00 AM.  From 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM we will cover the Babysitter Boot Camp® Pro curriculum.
At 11:00 AM anyone interested in a CPR/AED certification will join the class.  We will cover CPR/AED for Adult Child and Infant from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
From 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM we will cover First Aid.

This is a Full 2 Year American Heart Association Certification

For Questions about any of the classes call Christine 770-365-3900

Babysitter Boot Camp® PRO – 1 Day Workshop

Training Date: Saturday, June 23rd

Training Time:  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

COST: $99.00

Babysitter Boot Camp® Certification
American Heart Heartsaver 2 Year CPR/AED Certification
American Heart Heartsaver 2 Year First Aid Certification

The Babysitter Boot Camp® PRO workshop is created for the babysitter that wants to be totally prepared for all babysitting changes. In the PRO workshop, babysitters receive the Babysitter Boot Camp® training in addition to an American Heart First Aid and CPR/AED full two-year certification. The Babysitter Boot Camp® program teaches Boys and Girls ages 10 -17 how to earn their own money, learn the basics of business, gain respect and begin building a reputation for being professional and responsible.

The Babysitter Boot Camp® workshop provides soon-to-be-babysitters and Mother Helpers with everything they need to be a confident, safe and effective babysitter. Participants learn interviewing the parent, reviewing house rules, understanding bedtimes, snacks, homework, friends, TV, games plus an array of expectations.  In additions to safety issues and dealing with fussy children, Babysitter Boot Camp® PRO students learn how to SAVE A LIFE.

Heartsaver CPR & AED (American Heart Association 2 Year Certification) – This Course teaches rescuers to effectively recognize and treat adult, child and infant emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical services personnel arrive. The course also provides a complete health and safety training solution for choking, CPR, and AED.
Heartsaver First Aid (American Heart Association 2 Year Certification) – This course teaches to identify and eliminate potentially hazards, recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care. It covers nosebleeds, poison, heat exhaustion, Epinephrine Pens, cuts, sprains, seizures, inhalers, amputation, heart attack and much more.

Giving your child the proper tools to be successful in their first business venture will follow them throughout their lifetime. Learning about responsibility, accountability, etiquette, time management, and emergency management will get them started on the right foot. Register your child for an upcoming Babysitter Boot Camp® PRO and get ready to watch them blossom into fun-loving, out-going babysitters!

Heartsaver First-Aid and CPR/AED

First aid is the initial care given to an injured or ill person by a non-expert but trained individual before medical help arrives or before the victim can be brought to a medical facility. However, some self-limiting illnesses or minor injuries may not require further medical care after effective first aid intervention. First aid generally consists of a series of simple techniques, sometimes potentially life-saving interventions, that an individual can be trained to perform with minimal equipment.  It aims to preserve life, prevent further harm and promote recovery. A first aid provider is someone with formal First Aid Training or education in emergency care or medicine who provides assessments and interventions which should be medically sound and based on scientific evidence or on expert consensus.

Cost: $69  –  (Combination CPR/AED and First Aid Certification)
Length of Class: up to 2.0 hours
Certification:  American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Heartsaver® CPR/AED Only

The American Heart Association considers cardiopulmonary resuscitation as one link in what it calls the “chain of survival.” The chain of survival is a series of sequential actions that will give a heart attack victim the greatest chance of survival. When an emergency situation is recognized outside of a medical facility, the first link in the chain of survival calls for activating the emergency medical services by calling 911 (in the USA). This is followed by CPR performed by a bystander until a defibrillator becomes available. CPR Training enables one to recognize a cardiac emergency and act accordingly while waiting for medical help to arrive. When effective CPR is performed by a bystander who is usually a relative or friend after sudden cardiac arrest, the victim’s chance of survival increases two to three times more.

Cost: $49  (CPR/AED only
Length of Class: up to 2.0 hours
Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification

Location –
Gant Quarters Club House
2842 Gant Quarters Dr.,  Marietta GA 30068

Organizer – Rocco Solorzano

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First Aid
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