BLS CPR & AED Classes with Infant CPR in San Antonio
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Classes with Infant CPR
As an adult, one of the most rewarding responsibilities is caring for a small child, whether your own or someone else’s. Knowing CPR is a way for you to be prepared in an emergency. CPR Certification San Antonio delivers the best CPR classes with infant CPR training, American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.
San Antonio Infant CPR
As an adult, one of the most rewarding responsibilities is caring for a small child, whether your own or someone else’s. Knowing CPR is a way for you to be prepared in an emergency. CPR Certification San Antonio delivers the best infant CPR classes with infant CPR training, American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.
Our CPR Training Includes
- Same Day CPR + First Aid Cards
- Hands on Chest Compression Training
- Rescue Breath Training
- AED Usage for Infant, Child, and Adults
- Friendly and Relaxed Environment
- Professional Instructors
CPR Certification San Antonio Locations
San Antonio’s Best Infant CPR Classes
Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.
When you choose to learn CPR, you are allowing yourself to be able to respond quickly and efficiently when someone is in crisis. Our CPR classes with infant CPR training will teach you how to —
- Assist an infant appropriately
- Identify a baby choking or unresponsive
- Use BLS, CPR, and AED for the appropriate ages
Our team ensures that you will be able to use your BLS, CPR, and AED skills whether you are seeing to an infant, child, or adults in any situation. Usually, infants need CPR because they are in cardiac arrest due to breathing problems.
Some statistical reasons why infant CPR is essential is that over 21,000 infants died in 2018 the fourth and fifth leading causes were SIDS and suffocation, 7000+ children suffer from cardiac arrest each year, and the most common cause of cardiac arrest in young children is respiratory failure or obstruction in the airway.
A few other issues where CPR could be needed are smoke inhalation, head trauma, near drowning, poisoning, and electrical shock.
What is CPR?
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR is the medical approach to help an individual suffering from cardiac arrest. This technique helps deliver oxygen and blood to vital organs until further medical health arrives.
Note: Only perform CPR on infants who are not breathing independently or are unconscious/unresponsive.
What to Expect in Your CPR Classes
By obtaining your American Heart Association certification, you will meet OSHA requirements and be confident to perform this life-saving skill. This process can restore breathing until responders arrive to give further life support. You will learn how to —
- Recall the steps of CPR
- Look for a pulse
- Perform finger or palm chest compressions
- Reestablish regular breathing patterns
All employers and organizations accept CPR Certification San Antonio, including —
- Daycare and Other Caretakers
- Nursery caregivers and workers
- Nurses, RNs, and CNAs Schools (Private and Public)
- Home Health Aides
- Nursing Schools and All Other College Programs
- Nonprofits like the Boy and Girl Scouts of America
- Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
- Hospitality Industry
- Construction Sites
- Hospitals EMT/Paramedic Companies
- Firefighting and Other Municipalities
Why Train With Us?
There are many benefits to training with us. Some of them include —
- Our CPR classes provide you with the best and most accredited certification.
- Our flexibility and that you can either come to us, or we can come to your medium to large-sized groups.
- Our simple same-day training and testing mean you will leave with your AHA CPR card in hand!
How long does the certification course take to complete?
After registering for your class, all you need to do is show up. Our in-person, hands-on training led by a trained professional will have all of the important educational segments needed, skills check, and written test that will fulfill the AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certification requirements.
If you look online, be wary of other options that boast lower prices, they could have hidden fees and miss essential in-person training. With our CPR renewal class, you know you will be getting quality education to help save a life.
When can I take my cpr certification course?
With weekly options, you will have no trouble finding a CPR class that fits your schedule. Sign up today!
When will my certification expire?
All CPR instruction must be renewed every two years. This rule keeps you current with any new information and OSHA compliance.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Class times are approximately 3 hrs.