Feel fully prepared – for the whole family.
All the content of the Infant/Child CPR course is included: CPR and choking for infant and children, as well as injury prevention for when babies become mobile.
Know what to do if an infant or child:
- Goes unconscious
- Stops breathing
- Begins to choke
First aid items discussed include common toddler injuries such as bleeding, burns, bee stings and seizures. Heart attack, stroke, and use of AEDs (defibrillators) are also discussed – making this a great course for the whole family.
|Resources||Electronic Course Package + Canadian CPR Manual (Lifesaving Society)|
|Course Fee||Public courses: $65 + GST per participant, depending on venue. Private courses, please see below.|
|Certification||CPR-B/AED, Valid for 3 years|
Our public courses are breastfeeding friendly, and pre-mobile infants are welcome to join.
Private First Aid for the Infant and Toddler Years Courses
|MONDAY – FRIDAY||SATURDAY + SUNDAY|
|1-10 participants||$375 + GST||$425 + GST|
|11-16 participants||$425 + GST||$475 + GST|
We live on the North Shore, but we’ll teach anywhere between Squamish and Chilliwack! For some communities, we charge a $35 + GST flat-rate travel fee – added to the total course fee, not per person, to help keep the cost per person low!
Outside of our service area? Send us a message – we’re known to wander outside our regular area from time to time.
|NO TRAVEL FEE||$35 FLAT-RATE FEE|
|Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Burnaby, Port Moody, Coquitlam*, New Westminster||Richmond, Delta, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam*, Surrey, Langley, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Mission, Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Squamish|
How to Book
Booking is easy! Get in touch and let us know what you’re looking for. We’ll get back to you promptly with a detailed quote for your group, based on your location and the course you’re booking.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are children welcome?
In privately hosted courses, children of any age are welcome to be present.
How much space do you need for a course?
Our courses require open floor space – large living rooms where furniture can be pushed to the edges of the room tend to work well. Common rooms in strata complexes work really well, too!
Can you accommodate a group larger than 16?
Get in touch and we’ll try to accommodate you! In some cases, running multiple courses may the best/most economical option.
Which course is right for me?
Let us know what your needs are, and we’re happy to recommend the best course for your current situation.
*some areas of Coquitlam (such as Burke Mountain) may have a travel fee applied.