Epic Training courses this summer

Social Networking Safety (Ages 10-15)
July 12 12-2pm
$18.00 Payable to Epic Trainings

Registration begins June 22 Register here.
While a great source of entertainment and convenience many Social Networking tools such as: Facebook, YouTube, IM, Text Messaging or Online Gaming often put our children at risk. Through open discussions, group exercises, written materials and real life video documentaries we will teach your child the importance of being safe while networking.
Some Topics Discussed Include: Keeping Your Identity Safe, Cyber, Texting and Gaming Bullying Offline Repercussions

First Aid for Kids (ages 8-15)
July 14 from 11am-1pm
$15.00 payable to Epic Trainings

Registration begins June 22 Register here.
This course teaches the skills and techniques necessary to prevent, recognize and respond to first aid related emergencies including: bleeding control, care for muscle, bone and joint injuries as well as treatment for heat and cold related emergencies and burns.
Fee includes Certificate of Completion.
All supply fees are included.

CPR (ages 12-16)
July 14 from 1-3pm
$25.00 ($20.00 when taken with FAK) Payable to Epic Trainings

Registration begins June 22. Register here.

Babysitting (ages 11-16)
August 11 from 11-3pm
$ 42.00 Payable to Epic Trainings

Registration begins June 22. Register here.
This course teaches roles and responsibilities of the babysitter, including skills in accident prevention and emergency recognition. Students are encouraged to bring a bagged lunch.
The fee includes a Certificate of Completion.

Home Alone Safety (ages 7-14)
September 1 12-2pm
$18.00 Payable to Epic Trainings

Space is limited to 25 people and registration begins June 22. Register here.
This course is designed to teach children who are home alone the importance of behaving responsibly.
Topics include but are not limited to first aid, what to do when a stranger comes to the door, telephone tips, and Internet safety as well as how to react during a variety of misc. emergencies such as a power outages, also covered will be who and when to call in an emergency.
Knowing when your child is ready to stay home alone is a difficult decision, but preparation can make the transition much easier for you and your child.

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About kitkat

I'm a teen services librarian in Chili (pronounced Chai-Lie) New York with a passion for engaging teens in the love of reading, libraries and having fun!
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