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Conway Medical Center offers classes on safe babysitting

Source: Conway Medical Center Source: Conway Medical Center

Below is a news release from the Conway Medical Center:

CONWAY, SC– On June 23, Conway Medical Center (CMC) will hold a Safe Sitter® class from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The class will be held at the CMC Wellness and Fitness Center.

Safe Sitter® is a medically-accurate instruction series that teaches boys and girls ages 11-14 how to handle emergencies when caring for young children. During the full day course, Safe Sitters® learn basic life saving techniques, safety precautions to prevent accidents, how and when to summon for help, and tips on basic child care. Participants will also learn additional skills of babysitting as a business, success on the job, preventing problem behavior and behavior management.

Cost of the class is $50 and includes Safe Sitter® manual, backpack with supplies and t-shirt. CMC Wellness & Fitness Center is located at 2369 Cypress Circle, directly behind CMC. For more information or to register please call 843-234-5019.

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