CPR, BLS & First Aid Certification Classes Taught At Your Vallejo Home Or Business

In Home CPR specializes in coming to Vallejo businesses and homes to teach CPR, BLS, First Aid and ACLS certification classes.

You choose the time and place for our class and we bring the classroom to you. There is no minimum number of students needed to schedule a class with us.

CPR Essentials

The Vallejo CPR Essentials Class is a non-certification infant and/or toddler-focused class for new and expecting parents. You will learn to respond to airway emergencies such as seizures, choking, drowning, allergic reactions, as well as learn CPR.

CPR AED Class

Vallejo​ CPR AED classes are a two-year ASHI certification course taught at your home or business. This course is for non-medical professionals who need a CPR certification such as personal trainers, athletic coaches and school teachers.

BLS for Healthcare Providers

American Heart Association BLS certifications in Vallejo are the certifications needed for anyone working in healthcare. This class used to be called BLS for Healthcare Providers. “Healthcare” was dropped from the name recently. 

First Aid Class

Vallejo first aid classes are for non-medical professionals who need a first aid certification that meets OSHA requirements. You will receive an ASHI certification that is valid for two years.

First Aid CPR AED Classes

Vallejo ASHI First Aid CPR AED certification classes are a preferred First Aid CPR AED certification by OSHA. First Aid classes cover topics such as heart attack, stroke, diabetic emergencies, low blood sugar, fainting, concussions, bleeding, burns and many other common topics.

Pediatric First Aid AED CPR Class

Vallejo Red Cross Pediatric first aid CPR AED certification classes are for childcare teachers who need to meet the EMSA’s first aid and CPR certification requirements. Concussions, epi-pens, allergic reactions, and concussions are covered in this class.

ACLS Class

Vallejo American Heart Association ACLS certification classes can be for a single person or your group. AHA ACLS certification does not have to be done entirely with an instructor. Ask us about online/skills session approaches.

Frequently Asked Questions About Vallejo CPR Classes

 

Q: I’m interested in having you teach a class at my business or home in Vallejo. How do I schedule that?

A: Contact us if you’re ready to schedule a CPR, BLS or First Aid class at Vallejo business or home or if you have questions about what class you need. We teach ASHI and American Red Cross Certification classes for CPR AED, First Aid and Pediatric First Aid. We also instruct American Heart Association certification classes for healthcare professionals: BLS for Healthcare Providers and ACLS. We also teach non-certification infant CPR and First Aid classes for new and expecting parents. In short, we bring all of the training and audio/visual equipment to your location – you just need to provide a room for our class. If you know which class you need, contact us with a couple dates and start times that work for your group. We have many mobile instructors, so we will find a day/start time that works for both of us.

 

Q: Does In Home CPR really come to my home or business to teach a class in Vallejo? 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 Vallejo home or business. You only need to provide a space for our class.

 

Q: I’ve seen 1st Aid Training and First Aid Training for Vallejo. Is there a difference?

A: No, those are the same thing. We instruct the American Red Cross First Aid and ASHI certification courses. However, if your group in Vallejo doesn’t need a First Aid certification class, we can create a custom class that suits your needs. We teach many non-certification infant first aid classes for new and expecting parents at their homes.

 

Q: I did an online-only BLS CPR renewal certification class and my Vallejo work supervisor rejected it. Why!?

A: Never do an online-only BLS certification class. Those certifications are not accepted by any healthcare organization. And they shouldn’t be! You need to practice the skills of that course to be able to perform them in a real medical emergency. We teach the American Heart Association’s BLS Provider CPR certification course. It’s the required certification for anyone who works in a clinic or hospital in Vallejo. The AHA now has an approach called, “blended learning” that allows you to do a lot of the course online, but you still need to have a BLS “skills session” with an instructor. It’s usually 1 to 1.5 hours of hands-on practice time with the CPR manikins, AED trainers and BVMs. It results in the same BLS certification as doing the entire course in-person with an instructor. Ask us about blended learning.

 

Q: Do you teach infant CPR classes at Vallejo homes?

A: Yes, we do. We also teach them at hospitals like California Pacific Medical Center. Our CPR Essentials course is a non-certification course that covers infant CPR and airway issues such as choking, drowning, suffocation, seizures and allergies. We also cover basic first aid topics such as bleeding, burns and falls. 

 

Q: What is the EMSA required certification for my Vallejo childcare staff?

A: We instruct American Red Cross Pediatric First Aid CPR AED courses for state licensed daycare, preschool and childcare centers. This, along with the American Heart Association’s certification, are the EMSA’s referred Pediatric First Aid CPR AED certifications for Vallejo.

 

Q: Are you now issuing eCards for CPR certifications in Vallejo?

A: Yes, eCards are now replacing the traditional paper CPR certification cards in Vallejo. It’s a much better approach in our opinion. Over the years we have replaced hundreds of lost or destroyed CPR cards. With eCards you always have access to your AHA, Red Cross or ASHI First Aid and CPR certification. Your certification can be printed like a traditional paper card or it can be downloaded as a PDF file. You can email your CPR card to whomever needs to verify your 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 Vallejo First Aid, CPR or BLS class feeling that you had your questions answered and feel confident you can respond to a medical emergency.

 

Q: How long are your Vallejo first aid and CPR classes?

A: First aid certification classes are 2.5 hours. CPR AED certification classes are 2.5 hours. If you have more than eight people for your CPR class, plan on 3 hours. Since there is some overlap in the course material between the two segments, plan on 4.5 to 5 hours. There is another approach called blended learning that results in the same certification. Your group does some of the course online ahead of time. Then our instructor comes to your group in Vallejo for the hands-on practice portion of the class called a skills session. A CPR skills session takes about 1 hour. First aid adds another hour.

Vallejo CPR Class Locations Taught by In Home CPR

We are proud to have taught CPR certification classes for the following Vallejo businesses:

Vallejo Regional Education Center, Galvan Dental Care, Solano County Transit

Vallejo Regional Education Center

CPR Certification Class

436 Del Sur St, Vallejo, CA 94591

Galvan Dental Care

CPR Certification Class

2809 Redwood Pkwy, Vallejo, CA 94591

Solano County Transit

CPR Certification Class

311 Sacramento Street, Vallejo, CA, 94590

 

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I recently completed a CPR class with Chris, and I urge anyone who is interested in taking a CPR class to take Chris’ class; you’ll be happy you did. Chris is a natural teacher, and he has an easy going and very likable personality.


Tom Rooker

As an independent businesswoman, it was refreshing to work with someone who believes as I do:that punctuality, professionalism, kindness, and good customer relations are worthy goals to achieve.


Sornam Sahadevan

My family had the pleasure of having Chris teach us a class that, in my opinion, is not an option if you choose to have children – it’s mandatory.


Lori Costabile

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