San Jose CPR Classes — Take a Class at Your Home or Business
In Home CPR travels to San Jose businesses and homes to instructor CPR, BLS, First Aid and ACLS classes. There is no minimum number of students to set up a class with us. We bring all of the training equipment. You only need to provide a space for our class.
We offer those following San Jose American Heart Association classes at homes and businesses:
- First Aid
- First Aid CPR AED
- Pediatric First Aid CPR AED
- CPR AED
- BLS for Healthcare Providers
We also do many non-certification infant CPR classes and first aid classes in San Jose, especially for new and expecting parents. Infant CPR and responding to choking are important skills to learn and practice when you have a baby. We know that it can be very challenging to travel to a classroom when you’re pregnant. Let us show you how to be prepared to respond to a medical emergency for your baby or toddler at your home at a time that works best for your schedule. Learn more about our CPR Essentials class.
Choosing The Right Class
It can be confusing to figure out which certification you need. Below is a quick guide for choosing the right class.
San Jose First Aid Classes
OSHA compliant companies usually are required to have a particular percentage of their workers First Aid certified. This is often the case for large contracting and construction companies. However, this is a class everyone should take because it covers so many of the injuries we respond to in and around the home: bleeding, burns, allergic reactions, broken bones, seizures, fainting, and many more.
San Jose CPR AED Classes
All our San Jose CPR certification classes now include training to use an AED — an automated external defibrillator. Personal trainers, construction workers, school teachers, bus drivers and many other professions need this certification.
San Jose Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Classes
The American Heart Association’s Pediatric First Aid CPR AED course is the EMSA’s required course for licensed daycare and preschool teachers in California. However, it’s also a great course for new and expecting parents, babysitters, nannies and anyone else who works with infants and children.
San Jose BLS Provider Classes
This is the CPR class for healthcare professionals in San Jose. This course used to be called “BLS for Healthcare Providers”. Recently the American Heart Association dropped “Healthcare” from the course title, but it is the same course. RNs, EMTs, Dentists, Medical Assistants, Physical and Occupational Therapists, CNAs, Philobotanists all need to take this course. Students going into these fields also need to this certification.
Sophie Loo and Angela Bingham noticed a fellow passenger in distress and they saw the warning signs of cardiac arrest – pale, sweating, and unresponsive. They were familiar with how to treat cardiac arrest but in a hospital setting with equipment.
“We just went into nursing mode,” Loo said, “but the stress was beyond anything I’ve ever known as a nurse. We were so focused on what we were doing; we knew the gravity of his condition.
With the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), which every commercial airplane is required to carry by the Federal Aviation Administration, they successfully brought the passenger back to consciousness.
Health Topics For New Parents — Flu
In Home CPR has a been a leader since 2010 in educating parents to respond to pediatric medical emergencies. One potential medical emergency that is often overlooked is the danger of influenza viruses or the flu.