CPR Certification for Babysitters, Nannies, and Caregivers
- Ideal for: Babysitters, nannies, caregivers, and those needing CPR certification or re-certification.
- Duration: Approximately 3 hours
- Location: MLFEd Studio, Devon
What Others are Saying:
Peace of mind as a parent
I sent my babysitter to be CPR Certified at MLFEd and it gave me so much peace of mind as a parent. I took the Infant & Child CPR training myself so I knew how great this place was and wanted to feel confident leaving my child with a sitter who had practiced these same skills. Whenever I meet new babysitters now, I ask them if they’re certified and if they would be willing to attend a training on me so that I know the quality of their training.
About the Class:
Main Line Family Education offers American Heart Association® (AHA) Heartsaver® CPR Certification, which is a video-based, instructor-led classroom courses. You will learn the skills needed to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency when caring for infants, children, and adults too.
This is a hands-on training in a low-stress environment. AHA’s research-proven Practice-While-Watching (PWW) technique allows instructors to observe the students as they practice administering CPR, using an AED, and relieving choking. Instructors provide guidance during the class and give in-the-moment feedback as students practice using these skills.
We keep class sizes small, so instructors have time to watch and provide individual coaching. Students who complete AED/CPR training with us and receive certification have hands-on experience from the training, which is indispensable when it comes to putting their lifesaving skills to use quickly and confidently.
Purchase includes your certification card fee, paid to the American Heart Association by MLFEd.
Certification is good for 2 years from the course date. Upon successful completion, an e-card will be sent to each participant via email. E-cards arrive within 1-2 weeks and may be downloaded and/or printed for your convenience.
- Cardiac arrest
- Respiratory arrest
- AED machine use