We offer classes at various locations that are open to the community. We also do the following classes for private groups of 15 or more people at your location. There may be a fee associated with some of the classes. The classes for kids meet a variety of Scout badge requirements.
Please view our calendar of events to find upcoming class dates, times and locations. New dates are added regularly, so please check back if the class you are interested in is not currently listed on the calendar.
Classes For Families
Family and Friends® CPR: This 2.5-hour class is taught in a relaxed group environment using the American Heart Association’s video-led curriculum. Course teaches hands-on CPR skills practice throughout, including:
- Adult Hands-Only CPR
- Infant and child CPR with breaths
- Introduction to adult and child AED use
- Relief of choking in an adult, child or infant
This class is ideal for students, new parents, grandparents, babysitters (ages 10-15 if accompanied by an adult) and others interested in learning how to save a life. Each student receives a completion card and a 65-page student manual for ongoing reference. (Course does not include certification upon completion.) Request this class for your group or organization.
Staying Home Alone: This 1.5-hour class will help prepare the parent(s), child and family for the times when the child will be home alone. Parents and children attend together to ensure that both parent and child can determine a child’s readiness—physically, mentally, socially and emotionally—to stay at home alone. Families will engage in workshop style activities to address issues that arise when preparing for this experience. A family workbook, family emergency cards, family fire escape plan, parent checklist for assessing readiness and first-aid kit are included. Request this class for your group or organization.
Classes for Kids
Babysitting 101: This interactive 4-hour class is great introduction to the basics of babysitting. Topics include:
- the business of babysitting
- safety and first-aid
- child development behavior,
- basic child care – like changing a diaper and bottle feeding
- choosing age-appropriate games and activities
A workbook, first-aid kit, babysitter skills assessment, backpack and light snack will be provided. A baby doll will be provided for each child’s use during the class. Request this class for your group or organization.