All Safety Programs are taught by instructors from Canadian Safety Tree Council.
Safety Tree is dedicated to providing engaging safety education to children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities. Our goal is to demonstrate that we’re all competent capable learners and if given the proper tools, encouragement and chance each individual has potential to succeed.
Participants must be the minimum age within 6 weeks of the class and must be in attendance for the entire length of the class to earn a certificate.
Is your child prepared to take the first steps towards staying home alone? This program helps children gain confidence and skills to successfully stay at home alone. Safety and awareness are the common themes and all information is current and reflects what today’s children are facing when home alone.
Topics include: street smarts and bike safety, online and internet, snacking and kitchen safety, home fire safety, preventing accidents, emergencies and basic first aid. Parents are asked to attend the last 15 minutes of the class with their child.
Sunday, February 23
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
$75 SJCC Members• $85 Non-Member
Red Cross Babysitting
Participants learn how to create and manage a babysitting business and how to supervise younger siblings or other children in a safe and responsible manner. Aspiring babysitters also learn basic first aid skills. Participants must be present for the entire course to become certified.
Topics include: Finding clients and making money, caring for children of all ages, creating safe environments and preventing accidents, fire safety and prevention, what to do in an emergency, good decision-making and leadership skills, basic First Aid skills
Sunday, December 15, or Sunday, March 1
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
$85 SJCC Members • $95 Non-Members