(MOBILE, Ala.) 11-year-old Robye Owens wants to learn how to be a good babysitter.
"I love them, I love to play with little kids a lot."
That's why she's taking the babysitter's training course at the American Red Cross.
"Not only do we teach them the basics of how to feed and diaper, we teach them how to be safe. How to keep the kids in their care safe," said a course instructor.
It's a course in itself that will make Robye a little more marketable when she applies for her first babysitting job.
The class will also teach her what type of job is best for her.
"They even learn how to interview a perspective family. Not every babysitter is right for every job and resume, we help them with it."
Robye says in the long run, the class will also help her when she becomes a working mom.
"If I have kids in the future I want to know what to do."
This is a one day course that covers just about every aspect of child care.
For more information you can visit the American Red Cross website.