Babysitter and Nanny Classes


First are you Mature enough to babysit? If Yes, GREAT!!
Y-CPR Academy are an amazing and very interactive Babysitting and Nanny
classes on the Eastside!

Our babysitter/Nanny classes are taught with tons of hands-on learning with real like
babies. Students will be roll-playing and practicing changing diapers, feeding babies,
learning how to deal challenging behavior concerns. Students will learn to play with the
appropriate toys. Watch for hazards and make sure the children a being SAFE at all
Each student will learn very important skills to have confidence and have full
understanding their rolls in caring for children when the parents on out on town.


We are no longer offering this class at the office. 

If you would like to host a babysitting class please contact Y-CPR Academy.

Class Details

Y-CPR Academy – focuses on safety and responsibilities and having fun with the
children they are going to be caring for. Each student will receive a successfully
completed knowledge certification card.

Each student that is under 18 will need to have a parent sign a permission slip to
attend the class.

If you are Nanny and 18 years old, this will be an excellent class for additional
information to be successful. This class will cover some first aid and CPR, just not
certified in CPR-AED-First. We will offer you a 15% discount for that certification
course once you complete this class if needed.

Child Development and Parenting
Better Babysitters

In this class, students will learn about:
  • Responsible babysitting
  • Basic child development
  • Infant and child care
  • Safety and injury prevention
  • How to handle emergencies
  • Age-appropriate toys
  • Business tips

Classes are currently offered in Redmond WA

Please note that the certificate is merely an acknowledgement that your child completed the course.
It is the sole responsibility of parents to determine if and when their child is ready to babysit

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  • Getting to know the family ›
  • Preparing to care for children
  • Safety
  • Food Preparation
  • Diapers and bathroom
  • Playtime
  • Behavior
  • Naps and bedtime
  • CPR
  • First aid: bandages, nose bleeds, allergies
  • Choking
  • Did we mention Safety?
  • Caring for children
    • Child development basics
    • Caring for children (babies, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children)
    • Special care for children of all ages
    • Playtime
    • “Tools” for working with children


  • Safety and injury prevention
    • Home safety tips
    • Personal safety tips


  • How to handle emergencies and illnesses
    • How to call for help
    • Emergencies
    • Illnesses and other problems


  • At-home activities – Setting ground rules (worksheet)
    • Talking with adults (practice)
    • Making meals and snacks (checklist)
    • How to handle ups and downs (practice with “tools”)