12–16yrs

Come to the YMCA and take part in the Alberta Safety Council’s babysitting course.  Learn valuable life skills that encourage independence and practical thinking.  This course combines hands-on learning opportunities with activities such as games, scheduled swimming, and fitness training.

 



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