BLS CPR & AED Classes with Infant CPR in Arlington
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Classes with Infant CPR
CPR Certification Arlington delivers the best CPR courses with infant CPR that are American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use.
Arlington Infant CPR
Taking care of a child, whether it is yours or someone else’s, is one of the most rewarding jobs. Being CPR ready for anything that could happen will give you peace of mind and the skills to respond well in an emergency. CPR Certification Arlington delivers the best CPR courses with infant CPR that are American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (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
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Arlington’s Best Infant CPR Classes
Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.
CPR training helps you respond to those in the middle of a crisis. In our CPR class with infant CPR, you will learn —
- How to handle an infant accordingly
- How to identify the signs of a baby choking or being unresponsive
- How to walk through BLS, CPR, and AED use for all ages
Usually, small children need CPR due to cardiac arrest caused by breathing problems. Other issues that could require CPR include head trauma, electrical shock, smoke inhalation, near-drowning, and poisoning.
Here are a few statistical reasons why infant-specific CPR is vital —
- The most common cause of cardiac arrest in infants is an obstruction in the airway or respiratory failure.
- 21,000+ small children died in 2018. SIDS and suffocation were the 4th and 5th leading causes.
- Over 7,000+ children suffer from cardiac arrest every year.
What is CPR?
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is the medical training that utilizes chest compressions and rescue breaths to restore a heartbeat and unassisted breathing to an infant, child, or adult suffering from cardiac arrest, a heart attack, stroke, or drowning. CPR keeps blood pumping through the body until the individual is revived or medical help arrives. Note: Only perform CPR on infants or children who are not breathing 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 infant CPR
- Look for a pulse
- Perform finger or palm chest compressions
- Reestablish regular breathing patterns
All employers and organizations accept our certification, 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?
- Our classes are hands-on and in-person, giving you a one-on-one experience.
- You can either come to our training facility or we can come to your medium to large-sized groups.
- Our infant CPR supplies you with the most widely known and accepted certification in the U.S.
- When you complete your course, you leave with your AHA certification in hand!
How long does the CPR course take to complete?
After completing your online registration, simply come to your class time. Your course includes all in-person, hands-on training, skills check, and written test. Our professional trainer will answer any of the questions you have throughout your class. Our CPR program fulfills AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certification training requirements.
When looking online, be careful of options that seem less expensive. They could be missing the in-person training needed to ensure you are certified to perform CPR.
When can I take my certification course?
With our weekly options, simply check our online class calendar to schedule the class that best fits your availability.
When will my CPR certificate expire?
CPR certificates need to be renewed every two years to comply with OSHA and AHA regulations. Sign up for one of our classes today to renew your certification.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Class times are approximately 3 hrs.