How long (timewise) is the class?

The "infant anytime" class takes about 30 minutes but is scheduled for an hour to give time for any questions/ practice.

The AHA CPR course takes about two hours for the renewal course. With this you watch the videos, practice the skills, check off on the adult and infant CPR and finish with a written test provided by AHA.

How many people are in each class?

The "infant anytime" class depends on how many family members you bring. Typically, the mom and dad are participants. grandparents can be added as well with a max of 6 people.

The AHA CPR class 2 people are typically in a class together.

Are private classes available?

The "infant anytime" class is one family at a time so it is private in nature.

The AHA CPR can be private, although I rather have 2 individuals at the same time for you to practice with.

Are group classes available, if so what is the max attendance?

The "infant anytime" class is held for families due to the use of the mannequins lungs. A group class could potentially be formed with a minimum of 5 individuals from different families without the opportunity to blow into the mannequin.

The AHA CPR class has a max of 2 individuals and I try to hold classes of 2 individuals each time.

Where are classes normally held?

The South Regional Library

Are mannequins used?

Yes, both courses have mannequins.

How are the mannequins sanitized?

The "infant anytime" class has lungs that are removed and discarded after each class due to the opportunity of blowing into the mannequin. The mannequin is completely wiped down with disinfecting wipes.

The AHA CPR class uses Ambu bags rather than mouth to mouth. All equipment is wiped down with disinfecting wipes.

What form of payment do you accept?

I accept cash (exact amount) and Venmo

Are these courses for certification?

The "infant anytime" class is for knowledge rather than certification

The AHA CPR is for certification.

Can anyone take these classes?

Yes, anyone is able to take the courses. The AHA CPR class that I offer is geared toward healthcare providers due to the nature of the course. CPR can may include physical strain, possibility of cross-infection, and emotional stress. If your physician has recommended that you avoid strenuous activity or limit your activity in any way, you need to realize that CPR is hard work.

The AHA does not mandate a minimum age requirement for learning CPR. The ability to perform CPR is based more on body strength than age. Studies have shown that children as young as nine years old can learn and retain CPR skills. Each of the courses offered are AHA "American Heart Association" courses.