Know how to handle a pediatric emergency with a Pediatric First Aid and CPR certification.
Get your CPR certification to help young kids in an emergency.
I participated in the Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED course. The instructor, Ivan, is very knowledgeable and provided examples of real life situations where CPR and First Aid was performed on children. His field experience was implemented very well in the class and really knows his stuff! The entire staff is great and really make you feel at home! I will definitely return in two years to renew myRead more “”
Tread no further, you’ve just found CPR headquarters. My best friend who is an RN referred me here to renew my certification. Everyone was extremely helpful and knowledgeable during my sign-up process for the Pediatric CPR class. Our instructor was patient, knowledgeable and well-spoken. He made the course fun and such a breeze with his sense of humor. The course was hands-on and we were allowed a fewRead more “”
This was my first time using SureFire CPR and was really impressed! Their OC office was clean and they even offered coffee and light snacks! They had a variety of classes to pick from and even have Saturday and Sunday classes too. Their instructor Edgar was energetic, knowledgeable and made the 3 hour class less dreadful. Would definitely recommend their services. Thank you SureFireRead more “”
I spent 15 years as a firefighter and paramedic, and I know Pediatric First Aid saves lives.
As a parent, teacher, or childcare provider, a pediatric medical emergency is a frightening possibility. Learning Pediatric First Aid will give you peace of mind knowing that you can help keep kids safe until first responders like myself arrive. There’s no better feeling than being able to help a child when they need it most.
Zack Zarrilli, Founder
Pediatric First Aid and CPR Certification offers instruction in important healthcare topics for young patients including pediatric first aid and CPR protocols for infants and children.
Child and Infant CPR and First Aid certification reflects your ability to intervene during a pediatric medical emergency.
Once you receive your Pediatric First Aid and CPR certification, your card is valid for 2 years.
Anyone who works with children should receive Infant and Child CPR and First Aid certification. This applies to anyo such as babysitters and preschool employees. The course is also great for parents!
We offer the Pediatric First Aid and CPR course entirely in person to allow for individual practice on a manikin.
This is an approved American Heart Association course.
This class meets the requirements for the CPR and First Aid portion of California Title 22 and EMSA for Child Care Providers.
The Pediatric First Aid and CPR class is scheduled for about 4.5 hours.
We recommend students are a minimum of 8 years of age. As long as the student can sit through the class and perform the required skills and a test in order to obtain a certification card they are able to attend.
This class covers adult, child and infant CPR for single rescuer, the use of an AED, choking for all ages, and an emphasis on first aid pediatric emergencies.
The class format includes instructor lecture, videos, and skills practice. At the end of class, you will complete a written test.
After you successfully pass the class, you will receive an email within 24 hours from email@example.com. The American Heart Association provides you with directions on how to claim your certification card.