Waiting for your baby to arrive is exciting – but it can also be overwhelming. Parenting is a big responsibility, and you want to be sure you’re ready for everything. Being prepared means more than equipping the nursery. It also means making sure that you, your partner, and anyone else who will be caring for your baby has the CPR and First Aid skills necessary to help your baby in the case of an accident or emergency.
The world is a dangerous place, and babies are especially vulnerable. First Response Training International’s Child and Infant Emergency Care course prepares you for common medical emergencies infants experience, including the most serious. You’ll learn what to do if your baby is choking, becomes overheated or dehydrated, experiences a cardiac event and more. This is must-have information for Moms, Dads, and Grandparents.