Our easy SIGN UP will give you instant access to our online courses by emailing you a user account to get started straight away.
The course will take you 4-6 hours to complete and you can log in and log off when it suits you.
There are 6 lessons with between 3-10 topics in each that will take you about 1 hour each to get through.
We don’t just give you facts to memorize. Our courses give you real-life scenarios featuring these guys.
We help you understand children and show you appropriate ways to manage children’s behaviour
Our First Aid section covers everything from
allergies, to bites and stings and most importantly how to recognise if a child is seriously ill and know what to do about it.
We will go through some of the expectations from a family and how to manage yourself professionally if things are not going as planned.
We will show you step by step short instructional videos and picture sheets from reputable government and private sources
But remember, looking after children is serious business
So we will check what you have learnt at the end of each lesson with a short quiz of about 4-8 multiple choice questions. You must answer at least 80% of each quiz correctly to be able to move on to the next topic. If you score below 80% you will be directed to the beginning of the quiz to try again
And when you successfully pass the course, you will receive a certificate to show that you are confident and ready to look after children
I have personally met with the founder of this wonderful resource and can vouch for its credibility, a lot of work has gone into the site to ensure you’re receiving the absolute best advice and training. Michelle Fiddian
Sitter Train addresses the essential knowledge every one should have to be safe in and around all aquatic environments. The format and content is easy to understand, concise, informative and entertaining” BJ Lamm
“What a great course! The outdoor safety section of your course will certainly get people thinking about safety and avoiding hazards when outside the house and in unfamiliar rural environments. I would recommend any person considering looking after other people’s children complete your course” John Lindross
“It takes a village to raise a child!” Teachers, parents and all caregivers play a vital role in bringing up children. It is just as important for babysitters/au pairs to be trained and prepared for looking after children” Talli Kimelman