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    Default Child CPR Classes

    I'm working in a daycare and looking forward to grade school teaching. I do not know if child CPR classes are required for what I want to do but I can't see it hurting. Does anyone know 1. if it is required and 2. any good courses that can help prepare me for testing to get certified?

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    I would call the school you are eventually interested in working in and ask them if having a CPR certification is a requirement.

    Even if it isn't, it might make you feel better having it. Especially working with young children.

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    Default hi arindamc

    It's always good to know First Aid and CPR, especially when working with children. Better to know what to do in an emergency, as every second counts, and knowing what to do whilst waiting for the emergency services to arrive, could be crucial.

    If you are looking for any training courses, such as; CPR, Emergency First Aid, Baby and Toddler First Aid, and much more. You can check out our website, as we offer training in all of the above.

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