Antonio Chavez Jr Wrote:
> American Heart Association (AHA) is the Gold
> Standard in CPR training. Family & Friends INFANT
> CPR is a class geared for expectant parents, or
> for families with babies under one year of age,
> and covers infant CPR and infant choking. This
> course is specifically created for those that
> desire practical knowledge and training in a
> relaxed environment, with no testing and NO
> CERTIFICATION. This CPR course will NOT fulfill
> any job requirement for nannies, baby nurses (not
> RNs), daycare workers, or private sitters.
> Infant CPR classes are $25 per person. We can go
> to you at no extra cost. If you want to schedule
> a class for your family or friends in Infant CPR,
> contact us at (914) 263-9754 and we can work out
> a date. SPANISH CPR CLASSES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
> We also do provide other CPR classes for Adult
> CPR, certified classes, AED classes, First Aid
> Classes, and BLS Health Care Provider CPR classes.
> If you have any questions, feel free to call
> (914) 263-9754 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Most traditional American Red Cross CPR Training
will have a written exam and a skills exam. The written exam will typically be 10-30 multiple choice questions testing a student’s ability to recall facts and apply the things they learned to some basic scenarios. The skills test will, at a minimum, require the student to demonstrate high quality CPR on a manikin simulating an adult patient. The evaluator will be looking for a rate of 100-120 compressions per minute at a depth of 2”. They will also need to see the student call for and then use an AED as soon as possible. If the class is geared towards healthcare providers or other professional rescuers the skills exam will also include scenarios with children, infants, and two rescuers. Those classes will also include alternative breathing methods such as using a Bag Valve Mask or a Face Mask.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/25/2019 08:54AM by jannet10.