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CPR for Daycare Providers & Teachers

Daycare providers and teachers are responsible for the safety and well-being of children under their care. CPR training equips them with the knowledge and skills to respond effectively in the event of a medical emergency, such as cardiac arrest or choking, that may occur during childcare or school hours.

A CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) class is a structured training session where individuals learn the essential skills and techniques required to perform CPR effectively. The primary goal of CPR classes is to educate participants on how to respond to cardiac emergencies and provide life-saving care until professional medical help arrives.

KEY components of CPR :



Hands-On Practice

AED Training 

Choking Relief

What if this was your story...
Remember every minute matters.

Once upon a time, in a cozy daycare nestled in a bustling neighborhood, there was a dedicated childcare worker named Sarah. Sarah had always been passionate about caring for children and took pride in her role as a teacher at the daycare.

Despite her love for her job, Sarah had continuously postponed her CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) training, thinking she would never encounter a situation where she would need it. After all, she reasoned, emergencies were rare, and there were always other staff members who were certified in CPR.

One sunny afternoon, while Sarah was leading a group of toddlers in an outdoor play session, she noticed one of the children, Emily, suddenly collapse to the ground. Panic surged through Sarah's veins as she rushed to Emily's side, only to find the little girl unresponsive and not breathing.

Frantically, Sarah called out for help, but she realized with a sinking feeling that she was the only adult present at that moment. Her heart pounded in her chest as she struggled to remember the CPR techniques she had neglected to learn.

As precious seconds ticked by, Sarah's mind raced with fear and uncertainty. She wished desperately that she had taken the time to undergo CPR training, but it was too late now. With trembling hands, she attempted to recall what little she knew about CPR from brief demonstrations she had observed in the past.

Despite her best efforts, Sarah's attempts at CPR were ineffective, and she felt a sense of helplessness wash over her. Tears welled up in her eyes as she realized the gravity of the situation and the consequences of her lack of preparedness.

However, it doesn't have to be this way. Get trained today.

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What Our Clients Say

Leslieanne, Teacher

I desperately needed this class after witnessing a runner collapse on a 5K run and knowing I couldn't help him nor my students that are in my care everyday.
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