Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Classes
Q: What are different methods between giving choking relief to an infant, toddler or an adult?
Q: You’re hosting a playdate, a child goes into cardiac arrest and the parent is present, what should you do first ?
Q: What are the signs of a stroke and what actions should you take?
“One effective action has more impact then twenty good intentions.”
Whether you are a child care worker, parent, grandparent, teacher or babysitter, possessing the confidence to act quickly, safely and effectively during a health crisis takes knowledge and practicing real time scenarios.
As an American Red Cross Instructor I conduct a blended learning style class which means students take a 2.5 hour, virtual learning, online course through American Red Cross. Students can start this online course work up to one weeks in advance. I then lead a 2.75 hour, hands on skills, review and practice class at our site or at yours.
As a Child Care facility owner and certified American Red Cross Instructor I specialize in tailoring the certification course to meet the unique needs of child care workers and those that work around children in a fun manner that builds teamwork among staff.
What will students learn?
- First Aid – Adult / Child
- CPR – Adult / Child / Infant
- Choking – Adult / Children / Infant
- Team Work
* Course enrollment & cost: Minimum of 6 students per class / Maximum 10 students per class – $90 each student. *Ask about discounted cost for filling all 10 spots.
Classes can be help at your site or at our site: Little Inspirations Childcare Center, 5480 S. Kenwood Ave. 60615
To schedule a class at your location or find when the next class at our location is contact Bill Pavelec: firstname.lastname@example.org / 312-493-9766