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Using an AED
Child CPR
​Infant CPR
Adult and Child Choking
​Infant Choking
Opioid Associated Emergencies 

Difficulty Breathing, Asthma
Severe Allergic Reaction
Poisoning/Opioid Associated Emergencies 
​Heat and Cold Related Emergencies     Drowning                                                
Bites and Stings                                     Maltreatment of Children

Upon successful completion of the course, including a first aid skills demonstration and a CPR and AED skills test, students receive a Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED course completion card that is valid for two years.

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

  • list the priorities, roles, and responsibilities of a rescuer providing first aid to a child or an infant
  • describe the four key steps in first aid for children and infants: prevent, protect, assess, and act
  • remove protective gloves
  • describe the assessment and first aid actions for the following life-threatening conditions: difficulty breathing, choking, severe bleeding, and shock
  • control bleeding and bandaging
  • use an epinephrine pen
  • recognize elements of common injuries and illnesses
  • recognize the legal questions that apply to pediatric first aid rescuers
  • describe how high-quality CPR improves survival 
  • explain the concepts of the Chain of Survival
  • recognize when someone needs CPR, and perform high-quality CPR for an infant, child, or adult (adult CPR module is optional)
  • give effective breaths by using mouth-to-mouth or a mask for all age groups
  • demonstrate how to use an AED on a child or an adult (adult AED module is optional)
  • describe when and how to help a choking infant, child, or adult.

Course Overview

This course teaches students to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a child or an infant in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. The course is intended for those involved in child care who have a duty to respond to children's health emergencies, including child-care workers, teachers, foster-care workers, camp counselors, youth organizations, and coaches for children's sports organizations. This course is also ideal for parents, grandparents, babysitters, and guardians.

Heartsaver® Pediatric First Aid CPR AED - 

​This is the perfect course for the Licensed caregivers of small children

BASIC CPR Topics:​

Protection from Infection
​Responding to Emergencies
​Moving an Ill or Injured Person
Pediatric Chain of Survival
CPR Barriers Devices
CPR Overview
Adult CPR
CPR Considerations​


Scene and Patient Assessment
Medical Emergencies
Heart Attack
Stroke                                                                   Seizures
Diabetic Emergencies                                   Dehydration
Bleeding and Bandaging                               Traumatic Injuries
Muscle, Bone and Joint Injuries
Head-to-Toe Injuries

Electrical Injuries

Target Audience: Childcare providers, daycare centers, Foster care,  Others responsible for children


    Issued to passing students only.  
    Valid for (2) two years after issue date.

 Requirements for Passing:

    Course participation and skills practice.  
    Written testing with a minimum passing score of 80%.  

Approved by CA EMSA for use is licensed childcare facilities


CPR and First Aid Guidelines from EMS Safety reflect the 2010 International Consensus on CPR and ECC Science and the International First Aid Science Advisory Board. 

This course is designed for childcare providers who work in a childcare facility or home-based daycare, teachers, and parents of small children. The content includes CPR/First Aid information for all ages with a special focus on child and infant environments and techniques. The course is approved by the California EMS Authority for staff training in state-licensed childcare facilities.

By learning Basic First Aid, which is the initial care given by a responder with little or no equipment to someone who is injured or suddenly becomes ill and CPR skills that can sustain life while professional emergency help is on the way, makes the Childcare providers, daycare centers, etc, safer by preventing illness and injury as well as quickly recognizing and responding to emergencies. 

In the U.S., the leading cause of death among children age 1-15 is unintentional injury. Injury is a risk at any age, but infants and young children are often at greater risks. Decreasing a child's risk for injury through prevention, and limiting the severity of injury and illness through fast and appropriate response, can help keep our children safe.

Our children deserve a safe environment for learning and play. In the childcare setting, prevention is as important as recognition of and response to an injury or illness. 


CPR, AED & FIRST AID for Childcare Providers