Are you a child care provider who needs a CPR or First Aid course?
|Posted on December 8, 2013 at 5:35 PM|
As a child care provider, you recognize the need of providing competent CPR and First Aid to the children under your care. In addition, there are licensing requirements that you must comply with in order to continue operating your child care facility. We are able to schedule a course at a time that meets your needs and will fit with your current CPR or First Aid expiration date. Because of our size and structure, we are also able to tailor the course to the specific health concerns of the children under your care. If you are caring for children in your home or you are directing a child care center, we are equipped to provide CPR training to you and your staff. Please call us at 916-581-0012 or at email@example.com to schedule your CPR and/or First Aid course.
We are approved by the Minnesota Center for Professional Development (http://mncpd.mncpd.org/RegistryApp/TrainerList.aspx) and conduct trainings through Think Small (http://www.thinksmall.org/), a child care resource and referral agency. You will also see us on the Scott County List of Trainers.
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