Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) Program (11+ yrs)
Youth Programs / Youth Enrichment -
Youth Fall 2022
The Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) program from the American Safety and Health Institute provides everything you need to know for safe and successful babysitting. The YouTube "vlogger" style presentation of the video brings a youthful and high-energy spirit to the program content, and the colorful magazine format of the student book makes learning fun. From getting started with your business, to working with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, and first aid tips, CABS will help set you up for babysitting success. Students must be present for the entire class and complete the achievement of the core learning objectives to receive certification valid for two years. Students attend this class independently and should come prepared with a notebook and pen. This class is for students aged 11 years and up.
A lower rate is available for Cambridge-Isanti students whose families have qualified for the 21-22 Federal free/reduced lunch program. To receive this rate, each year a copy of your award letter must be submitted to email@example.com. Questions about the free/reduced lunch program? Call 763-689-6237.
Questions about our class policies, weather cancelations or accessing online classes? Click here for our Class Info & Policies.
We take your health seriously and have, therefore, instituted the following to help avoid the community spread of COVID-19. For in-person classes in-person, the following protocols will be in place:
- participants must stay home if sick or experiencing symptoms
- masks are highly encouraged for those who have not been vaccinated
- hand hygiene protocols will be encouraged
Please note that this is subject to change based on federal and/or state requirements.
Ariane Bromberg’s enthusiasm and commitment to early childhood education spans over 25 years and includes the roles of child care provider, mentor, advocate, and professional early childhood instructor/trainer. Ariane’s contributions include participating in the Care Fellowship, serving on the Child Care Task Force and as chairperson of Family Child Care, Inc advocacy committee and a volunteer in number youth organizations.