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 Dave Sanderson, Jr., M.Ed. He is currently a PE teacher and has been a certified American Heart Association CPR instructor for 7 years.
The cost is $60 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 6 attendees to hold the class. REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 11AM ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH.
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. Please enter the building through the door at the handicap ramp and go up the stairs. The main BRC entrance will be LOCKED.