Babysitting Classes in Princeton
Show potential clients that you take your job seriously. With Red Cross babysitting classes in Princeton, you can get the training you need to care for the kids in your neighborhood when their parents can't be with them. Designed for those ages 11 and older, our babysitter training courses can help you build a rapport with the children you care for, and meet each family's unique needs.
In Princeton babysitter training from the American Red Cross is available online and in person, depending on the class you choose. However, regardless of the type of course you select, you'll still receive world-class instruction and the latest information. All of our classes are developed under the guidance of, and reviewed by, the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council, which works to ensure that our students receive instruction that's both up to date and in line with best practices. All classes, once successfully completed, result in a printable certificate that you can share with your employers.
The Red Cross Babysitting Basics class can prepare you for your first babysitting job, or help you develop the skills needed to improve the good work that you already do. With a focus on caring for infants and children, choosing age-appropriate activities, child behavior and more, this Princeton babysitter certification class is an excellent way to start, or build, your babysitting business.
Building on what you learned in our Babysitter's Basics class, our Babysitter's Training course can help you provide confident, capable care to infants and kids ages 10 and younger. Throughout the course you'll learn leadership skills, how to develop a babysitting business, get expert advice on keeping yourself and others safe, get tips on how to help children behave, and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. After successfully completing Babysitter Training in Princeton you'll receive a printable certificate that you can share with potential employers.
Designed for sitters, au pairs, nannies and care givers ages 16 and older, our Advanced Child Care Training course can help you provide exceptional care to infants and children ages 10 and younger. Available in an online format, or via a blended (online and in-person) course, our Princeton babysitter training gives you a range of options to suit your schedule, and your learning style.
After successfully completing your Princeton babysitting classes, you'll receive a printable certificate that you can use to build your portfolio and share with potential employers. In addition, it and all of your other Red Cross certificates, will be available online. This gives you the power to access and print your certificate anytime, anywhere. And because each certificate includes a unique ID and a QR code, employers can easily use a standard QR reader on their favorite smart device to confirm whether your certificate is valid.
As the nation’s leader in babysitting classes and child care training, the Red Cross can prepare you to provide the quality care that parents want for their children. In fact, 8 out of 10 parents surveyed said they would pay more for the services of a trained, Red Cross-certified babysitter. In order to receive the certification that families look for in a sitter, you must successfully complete our online or in-person Princeton babysitting classes. With three levels of training available, as well as a range of courses that can complement your skills, the Red Cross can help you become a capable, confident, and popular babysitter.