Would you know how to respond to a sudden life-threatening emergency involving your infant or child? The Infant/Child CPR workshop is 99% hands-on, and teaches parents the knowledge and techniques required for treating life-threatening situations such as choking, respiratory arrest and cardiac arrest.
Each participant will learn and master the skills specific to infant/child choking, infant/child CPR and the use of an AED. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a certification card through the American Heart Association. Class is taught by Dan Suchodolski. Dan is a certified American Heart Association CPR instructor with a BA in teaching from Temple University.
REGISTRATION CLOSES on THURSDAY, February 20th. There is a $65 fee per person, which includes class time, a workbook and a certification card through the American Heart Association. PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED.
There is a minimum requirement of 4 attendees in order to hold the class. Please tell your friends!
Infants and children may attend if necessary. However, due to the hands-on nature and length of the class, we suggest you find a babysitter for this class.
All classes, workshops and Support Groups are held in our third floor education room. Please enter the building from the back door at the top of the ramp, and head upstairs.