Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid Training
Daycare / Childcare workers have specific concerns and needs when taking a CPR/AED and First Aid training class.
In-Pulse CPR is a leader in Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid certification classes.
Our class will equip you and your staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively handle a child or infant medical emergency.
All childcare professionals (including home childcare, nannies, daycare centers, etc.) are required to have a current CPR and First Aid certification. This certification is renewed every 2 years. Babysitters (including teens) are strongly recommended to also get certified. Our CPR/AED and First Aid programs meet and exceeds all state or county licensing recommendations and/or requirements.
We offer a complete CPR training in an enjoyable and educational environment, providing more than just the information, also instilling the confidence needed to handle any emergency. Our classes include CPR for adults, infants, and children. Instruction on airway obstructions and proper use of an AED are included in both the instruction and skill testing.
AEDs play a huge role in the saving of lives so every class includes instruction on the proper use of an AED. Upon completion of the class you will receive a 2-year certification through the American Heart Association.
All of our American Heart Association certified instructors use medical and real-life experiences to enhance the training they provide.
These 4-6 hour classes are offered Monday through Friday at times convenient to your schedule.
Topics covered in a Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid class include:
- Scene Safety
- Early warning signs of heart attack and stroke
- Checking Responsiveness and Breathing
- Activating EMS
- Adult, child , and infant CPR
- 1 and 2 person rescue
- Assisting choking victims
- Breathing (mouth-to-mouth )
- Basic (AED) Automated External Defibrillator operation and function
- Hands-on skill performance testing
- Stopping Bleeding/Bandaging
- Allergic Reactions
- Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar
- Heat Exhaustion
- Heat Stroke
- Hypothermia (Low Body Temperature)
- Bites and Stings
- Broken bones, Sprains, and Bruises
- Burns and Electrical Injuries
- Eye Injuries
- Head, Neck and Spine Injuries
- Penetrating and Puncturing Injuries
- Tooth Injuries
Our Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid certification program meets the 2015 ECC standards set by the American Heart Association. In-Pulse CPR provides onsite training to your group of 5 or more or individuals can register for one of our many [ip_link title=”public” path=”#public”] classes.
As a childcare center or provider, you know how important it is to be prepared for every situation that might arise. American Heart Pediatric CPR AED and First Aid certification is a perfect option.
These 4-6 hour private group classes are offered Monday through Friday at a time that is convenient to you.