Pediatric First Aid, CPR, & AED Classes on Cape Cod

Our Pediatric program teaches appropriate emergency response skills, as well as prevention strategies, for the care of infants and children. Infant, Child & Adult CPR are inclusive. While the emphasis is on Pediatric skill development, Adult care techniques are also included. MEDIC FIRST AID Pediatric is a video-based, instructor-supervised emergency medical response training program. We teach in several locations throughout Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. View Calendar Dates.

Hands-on Skill Practice

Recognized Completion Period: Up to 2 years

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Couldn't Believe How Quick Time Went

When you sign upper a 6 hour class you are always worried it might be boring, but this class with Don went by in a blink. I couldn't believe how much fun it was. He's great.

Kellie Burnham

Always Something New

I've taken the class with Don for over 15 years now and he always has something new to teach. It never gets boring, never!

Sharon Andersen

Intended Audience
• Child Day Care Providers
• School Personnel
• Bus Drivers
• Youth Sports Coaches
• Parents of Children under 10 years old
• Expecting Parents
• Grandparents

Course Segments Include:
• Emergency First Aid Care
• Children and Emergencies
• Recognizing an Emergency
• Deciding to Help
• Personal Safety
• Using Barriers
• Assessing for Response
• Mechanism for Spinal Injury
• Activating Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
• Basic Life-Supporting Skills
• Airway – Head-Tilt, Chin-Lift
• Clearing the Airway – Log Roll
• Protecting the Airway – Recovery Position
• Breathing – Ventilations Mask/Shield
• Circulation – Chest Compressions
• Initial Assessment
• Unresponsive Patient
• CPR for Cardiac Arrest
• Adult, Infant & Child CPR
• Sudden Cardiac Arrest – Using an AED
• Control of Bleeding
• Managing Shock
• Foreign Body Airway Obstruction, Adult, Infant & Child
• Infant Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
• Ongoing Assessment
• Warning Signs of Serious Illness
• Altered Level of Responsiveness
• Pain, Severe Pressure, or Discomfort in Chest
• Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath
• Severe Abdominal Pain
• Mechanism for Significant Injury
• Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb
• Specific First Aid Problems (allergic reactions, asthma more..)
• Moving Patients
• Emotional Impact of Providing First Aid Care