Leaving your babies with anyone but family can be hard, but for most parents it’s also a necessary part of keeping sane (everyone is happy when mama is happy). Unfortunately, that’s rarely even the hardest part. Modern parents of younger kids know that finding a qualified sitter to begin with is VERY difficult. Where are Kristy, Mary-Anne, Claudia, and Stacey when you need them. Seriously? Where are they?

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Helping to make The Babysitter’s Club a Reality

If you have a potential BSC member (mature, responsible, loves kids), enrolling them in one of these training and safety classes over the summer is the perfect way to ensure they have a waiting list of potential jobs. Parents are paying top dollar for sitters that they can trust with their children and there are still non-stop requests on local mom groups for sitter recommendations.

What Will They Learn?

The American Safety and Health Institute Child and Babysitting Safety training course is designed to focus on supervising, caring for, and keeping children and infants safe in babysitting settings. Participants will learn the fundamentals they need to take their love of kids and turn it into a business. Proper supervision, basic care giving skills, and responding properly to ill or injured children or infants are just some of the topics covered in this two day course.

Ready to sign up? Details can be found below but as a potential employer of said children can I make one request? When they finish, can I be first on the list to call 🙂


Who: Potential babysitters ages 11-15
When: 5-8:30PM | June 19 & 20, July 16 & 17, Aug 1 & 3
Where: Jupiter Community Center
Cost: $75/$94 (Resident/Non-Residents)
More Info: Website | 561-741-2400 | Email

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