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Chris Schlesinger and his instructors travel throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento to teach CPR, BLS, First Aid and ACLS classes at businesses and homes.
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Schedule A CPR, First Aid or BLS Certification Class At Your Stanford Office Or Home
Since 2010, In Home CPR has been coming to Stanford offices and homes to teach CPR, First Aid and BLS certification classes.
We are available seven days a week, including evenings to come to you. There is no minimum number of students needed to schedule a class with us.
Frequently Asked Questions About Stanford CPR Classes
Q: You teach CPR classes at Stanford businesses and homes? How does this work?
A: In Home CPR was started with the idea of making it easier to take a CPR class. We bring all of the training and audio/visual equipment – you just need to provide a space for our class. We have several mobile instructors, so when you have a couple dates and start times in mind for your Stanford First Aid, CPR, ACLS or BLS certification class, let us know, and we will find a day and start times that works for both of us.
Q: Does In Home CPR really come to my home or business to teach a class in Stanford? Do I need to provide any resources to make this happen?
A: Our instructor will bring all of the CPR and First Aid training and audio/visual equipment to your Stanford home or business. You only need to provide a space for our class.
Q: Which professions are required to get a Stanford BLS certification – the CPR certification for healthcare professionals?
A: First off, always ask us if you’re not sure which certification you or your staff is required to have. We know CPR certification job requirements. These professions are required to have a BLS certification in Stanford: RN, CNA, Medical Assistant, Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Respiratory Therapist, Medical Technician, EMT, Paramedic. There are other professions that need a BLS certification, so feel free to ask us.
Q: What skills are taught in an Stanford American Heart Association BLS class?
A: Unlike a CPR class for the public, a BLS class is geared for medical professionals that may have access to additional equipment and trained personnel. Skills include: adult, child and infant CPR. 1 person, 2 person and group responses are practiced, use of an AED – automated external defibrillator, using a BVM – bag-value-mask, advanced airways, responses to choking and opioid emergencies. Anyone can take an AHA BLS certification course in Stanford.
Q: I want an Infant CPR class in my Stanford home, but don’t need a certification class. Do you offer that?
A: Yes, we do! Our CPR Essentials class is a non-certification class designed for new and expecting parents. It covers infant CPR as well as basic first aid topics such as burns, falls and bleeding. The focus of the class is airway issues such as choking, drowning, seizures, suffocation and allergies because that’s often the cause that leads to doing CPR for a baby. We also cover how to talk to a 911 Operator while providing care for your baby in a medical emergency.
Q: What is the difference between Infant CPR and Child CPR in a Stanford CPR certification class?
A: Infants are defined as one-year-old and under in a First Aid & CPR class. A child Is one-year-old up to puberty. Pediatric First Aid & CPR classes for licensed childcare facilities in Stanford cover child CPR and infant CPR. Adult CPR is also covered because the most often CPR is performed on adults because of cardiac issues.
Q: Can I do my CPR class entirely on-line?
A: If you need your certification to meet a job requirement, the answer is very likely no. There are numerous on-line advertisements for on-line only CPR classes. We frequently get calls from people who took an online-class, submitted it to their Stanford company supervisor and were told the certification does not meet their requirements. OSHA, the EMSA and other organizations that make sure industries are meeting safety requirements are very clear individuals need to practice CPR, BLS and First Aid skills in Stanford as part of their certification.
Q: What backgrounds do your instructors have? What is their teaching style?
A: All of In Home CPR’s instructors are medical professionals. Most are EMTs, RNs, Paramedics or medical students. Our instructing style is interactive – questions are encouraged! We want you to leave your Stanford First Aid, CPR or BLS class feeling that you had your questions answered and feel confident you can respond to a medical emergency.
Q: Do you sell AEDs to your Stanford clients?
A: Yes. We offer discounted prices on AEDs and AEDs accessories for our First Aid, BLS and ACLS and CPR Stanford class clients. More and more businesses are purchasing AEDs because the manufacturing costs have dropped. Feel free to ask us about buying an AED.
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