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Child CPR Workshop

Your children don't come with an undo button for life's little missteps, so this workshop is designed to give you skills and confidence to deal with an emergency.

Empower yourself with First Aid & CPR knowledge!  

Baby/Child CPR & First Aid Workshop

This informative hands-on training workshop is a must for new parents, grandparents, babysitters, nannies or anyone who works with young children.


This workshop runs approximately two hours in length, consists of New Red Cross Standards and will be taught by Valerie Wood,  a Certified Canadian Red Cross Instructor who is also an Emergency Medical Responder.  Her teaching style makes the seriousness of the topic interesting, engaging and memorable.  The workshop finishes when participants feel confident with their CPR & First aid skills.  You will leave with the security, peace of mind and knowledge to jump into action in the event of an emergency, the whole purpose of doing these workshops.



  • Baby / Infant and/or Child CPR

  • Choking emergencies & common potential choking hazards for children & infants

  • Understanding SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome

  • Crib safety & Safe Sleep

  • Treating falls & Head injuries- signs & symptoms for concussions

  • Anaphylactic shock & EpiPen usage/protocol (optional)

  • Severe allergies - what to look for & what to avoid (optional)

  • Fevers & febrile seizures (optional)    

  • Accessing EMS - 911

  • Question/answer first aid session

  • Baby and Child safety hand-out (emailed after workshop completion) & Reference Materials


* babies welcome *

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“Valerie – you are an amazing instructor! Thank you again, and I’m sure we are all in agreement that we will recommend you to anyone needing a baby CPR course!”


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