Infant, toddlers, and children need to be able to safely explore their surroundings. More often than not, they do not fully understand the concept of safety and they give in to their curiosity which can sometimes put them in harm. As an adult, it is your responsibility to look after the safety of young children. This is most especially true if you are involved in jobs or professions pertaining to child care.
Hopewell CPR Training in Sacramento, California provides child care training classes approved by EMSA or Emergency Medical Services Authority. This is one of the requirements for child care licensing in California. The 8-hour child care training course that we offer includes:
- 4 hours – Pediatric First Aid
- 4 hours – CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) in all ages
Our childcare training course covers the following topics:
- Four steps of Pediatric First Aid
- CPR AED
- Infant and child safety checklist
- Illnesses and injuries
- Asthma care training
The course will also cover the different behaviors of children where the trainees will be provided with tips and suggestions on how to effectively interact with them. Additionally, CPR and AED for infants, children, and adults will be tackled together along with how to help someone who is choking.
The EMSA childcare training classes from Hopewell CPR Training aim to equip the people caring for little children most of the time with the skills necessary to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) in case of emergencies. This program will be ideal for:
- child care workers, teachers, and faculty
- foster care workers
- baby sitters
- youth or children’s organizations
- and even those individuals who want to be ready to help a kid at any given point in time
Enroll now at Hopewell CPR Training. You may also call our American Heart Association Training Center in California at 916-246-8055 to ask for additional details regarding the training programs that are available.