Infant and Child CPR
We offer two types of CPR classes for parents, grandparents, childcare providers, and others wanting to learn CPR for infants and CPR for children up to age 8:
- Infant and Child CPR Basics
- Heartsaver CPR certification course
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Infant and Child CPR Basics
The CPR Basics class uses the Family & Friends CPR curriculum and is taught by professional instructors credentialed by the American Heart Association. This 2.5-hour safety class is designed for parents and caregivers who want to learn basic CPR but who do not require a formal certification.
Class includes: CPR and choking rescue for infants and children up to age eight, victim assessment, and calling 9-1-1.
Each registration fee is valid for one person. Attendees receive an American Heart Association CPR booklet.
Heartsaver CPR certification course
The Heartsaver CPR class is taught by professional instructors credentialed by the American Heart Association. This 3.5-hour safety class is designed for parents, caregivers, child-care providers, and others who want to learn and be certified in CPR and choking rescue skills.
Class includes: CPR, AED use, and choking rescue for adults and children; CPR and choking rescue for infants; victim assessment and calling 9-1-1; and hands-on tests for certification.
Attendees receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver certification card that is valid for two years. Each registration fee is valid for one person.
Please do not bring babies to this class. It is all hands-on learning and practice, which is difficult to do when caring for baby’s needs.
If you arrive more than 10 minutes late for the class, you will not be able to qualify for the Heartsaver AHA certificate.
Time/Place: Classes are 2.5 – 3.5 hours long, and are taught at a variety of locations around the greater Seattle area.
Great Starts safety classes are offered through the combined efforts of Seattle Children’s and the Great Starts Program of Parent Trust for Washington Children.
AHA Course Disclaimer: “Use of the American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the association.”