CPR Training Class
Your children are your greatest cause for concern, and for good reason: there is no end to the things that may occur. Here are five ways you can learn what to do in a crisis, so you can rest (a bit) easier.
Toronto Baby CPR
One of the city's other well-known infant CPR instructors Carl Rotmann (as seen on CityLine and more) runs programs via babyonthehip.ca, orangedotinc.com and mommyconnections.ca.
St. John Ambulance
St. John Ambulance instruction occurs in almost 42 countries, so it's safe to say that, along with Red Cross training programs, St. John's is one of the most recognizable First Aid/CPR educators in the world. A Level C CPR class covers infants, children and adults.
A convenient location and a dedicated training facility may add to the appeal of West-enders who register with Lifesaver 101, but they'll travel anywhere in the city for groups of 10 or more.
Hospital Infant and Child Safety Classes
Hospital environments are sterile, yes. And that can lend itself to a similar teaching style when it comes to prenatal education classes. But you can't beat the convenience if you're expecting and heading there for a hospital tour or appointment anyway.
On-Site First Aid & CPR Training Group
Unlike the (sometimes) mind-numbing and intimidating classes taught elsewhere, On-Site's programs are comfortable and engaging. You'll be thoroughly instructed in all the infant and child lifesaving fundamentals, including CPR, choking, allergies, wounds, bandages and more.