Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) Class | Sacramento/Roseville California

Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) Class


Two-Night Class – Tuesday and Wednesday from 5:30-8:00.

Babysitting is often a teenager’s first experience at building and running a small business. But while babysitting is a fun and rewarding job, it also comes with special challenges and responsibilities.

Our new Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) class is more than just another safety training class. In this short Two-Night class, we will equip you with know-how and hands-on experience you need to get started right. This class comes in a magazine-format guide designed to engage and inform the aspiring you as a capable and prepared babysitter. It gives teenagers everything they need to know, from getting started, to interacting with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, first aid training, and health emergency preparedness. (For those looking for further training in this area, we recommend taking our Babysitting CPR class).

The CABS class has been proven to help build peace of mind, both for you and for parents looking for qualified and reliable babysitters. This class is available at our classroom location in Folsom or at your workplace in the Sacramento, Roseville area.

  • Folsom Classroom
  • 169 Parkshore Drive, Suite 110, Folsom, CA 95630
  • Folsom
  • California
  • 95630

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Class Details

11-15 years
5 hours, 2.5 hours on two nights
ASHI Child and Babysitting Safety
2 Years

Topics covered in the program:

Getting Started

  • Introduction to babysitting
  • Job information sheet
  • Help the parents get to know you
  • What to cover before the parents leave


  • You’re in charge —but you’re not the parent
  • Negotiations
  • Conflict resolution
  • Setting boundaries

Basic Caregiving Skills

  • Hand washing
  • Feeding infants and children
  • Diapering
  • Infant safe sleep practices

Safety and Injury Prevention

  • Telephone safety
  • Personal calls and texting
  • Hazards
  • SIDS awareness

Play Time

  • Keeping kids entertained and active
  • Tips for infants, toddlers, pre-school, and school-age
  • Staying involved
  • Bringing your own toys

First Aid

  • Recognizing an emergency
  • Cuts and scrapes
  • Caring for burns
  • Choking

Why Do Our Clients Return?


These professionals apply experience to your training.


Our students actually enjoy their training.


The training we provide is tailored to fit your specific industry.


We’ve been here for the past 30 years, we’ll be here many more to come.


Not afraid of travel, if you’re there we will be too.


If you worked with her, you know what we mean!

Approved and trusted by:

Cardiac Science
Hart Health
American Heart Association
Health and Safety Institute