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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 Davis Business Or Home
In Home CPR is available seven days a week, including evenings to come to your Davis business or home.
We offer Red Cross, American Heart Association and ASHI First Aid, CPR and BLS certification classes – as well as pediatric-focus classes for new and expecting parents.
Frequently Asked Questions About Davis CPR Classes
Q: A CPR class at my Davis office or home? How do I schedule that?
A: Feel free to contact us with any questions you have. Since most people only do First Aid and CPR certification classes every two years, it can be difficult to remember the name of the class you need and which organization’s certification is required for your business in Davis. Just ask us. Part of our job is to know the CPR and First Aid certification requirements for different industries. We are familiar with OSHA, county dental societies, healthcare provider CPR requirements and the EMSA.
Q: I’ve seen 1st Aid Training and First Aid Training for Davis. 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 Davis 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 work in healthcare in Davis. Am I required to take a BLS class?
A: If you work in healthcare or are a healthcare student, you are required to have a BLS Provider certification. California hospitals and clinics follow American Heart Association CPR guidelines and often require a BLS Provider certification — and will not accept any other organization’s certification. Other healthcare industries that require BLS certifications include dentists, physical and occupational therapists. We always instruct American Heart Association BLS certification classes in Davis offices.
Q: Which professions are required to get a Davis 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 Davis: 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: My baby is starting to eat solid foods. Is choking covered in an Davis infant CPR class if you come to my home?
A: Yes, for infant CPR classes our focus is teaching you to recognize and respond to airway issues: choking, drowning, suffocation, seizures and allergic reactions. Fortunately, it’s rare to do CPR on an infant, but when it happens, often the cause is lack of oxygen. We bring all of the training equipment to Davis home for infant CPR classes at a time that is convenient for you and your family.
Q: What is the difference between Infant CPR and Child CPR in a Davis 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 Davis cover child CPR and infant CPR. Adult CPR is also covered because the most often CPR performed is on adults because of cardiac issues.
Q: I see you offer CPR AED certification classes for Davis. What does AED mean?
A: We have all seen a person being defibrillated with paddles on TV medical shows. With advances in technology, now everybody can use a defibrillator called an AED – Automated External Defibrillator. When the AED is turned on it talks the user through what to do. Instead of paddles, sticky pads are applied to the victim’s chest and then the AED analyzes the victim to determine if they need a shock to get their heart beating normally. They are surprisingly easy to use and widely available for the public to use in airports, malls, gyms and sports stadiums. For our CPR AED classes in Davis, we bring practice AEDs so you will be prepared to use one if needed.
Q: Can I do my CPR class online first, and then you come to my Davis location for practicing the skills?
A: You can do part of your First Aid, ACLS, BLS or CPR class online, but you still need to have to do a “skills session” with us to receive your certification. The American Heart Association ASHI, and the American Red Cross have quality interactive online courses. After completing the online course, our instructor comes to your Davis business or home to practice the skills you learned about online – practicing with the CPR manikins and first aid supplies. For example, if our instructor teaches an entire Red Cross First Aid CPR AED course at your Davis business or home, it will take about 4.5 to 5 hours. With the blended learning approach, the online portion takes most people between 2 to 3 hours, but this varies on people’s reading speed and familiarity with the course material. The skills session takes between 1.5 and 2 hours. This approach results in the same certification.