CPR, AED, and First Aid for Children and Infants

Child Care facilities, Organizations and child care providers trained in pediatric first aid and pediactric CPR can ensure the safety of children by reducing the potential for death or injury. Wherever children are being cared for, it is appropriate to have an adult trained to assess for and provide initial treatment for common pediatric injuries, illnesses, and life-threatening emergencies.

Infant/Child CPR and First Aid is required by the Office of Child Care to become a licensed Child Care Provider and updated every 2 years to comply with licensing requirements.

You may take this course to satisfy DHS enhanced rate requirement.

  • Saturday March 16th, 2019
    9 a.m.3 p.m.
  • 61653
    Set One Standards
  • No Age-Related Content  
    Health, Safety & Nutrition (6)  

    It is your responsibility to verify that the training sessions you select will meet your licensing or professional development needs.
  • $50.00
  • English
  • Gary Will