BLS CPR & AED Classes with Infant CPR in Knoxville


American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Classes with Infant CPR

We offer the best American Heart Association (AHA) CPR classes with infant CPR certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.

Sample American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR Card Certification from CPR Certification Knoxville

Knoxville Infant CPR

One of the most rewarding responsibilities is taking care of small children, whether your own or someone else’s. Being trained in CPR keeps you prepared for anything that could happen.
We offer the best American Heart Association (AHA) CPR classes with infant CPR certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.
When you take our CPR class, you will also be trained in how to assist children and adults free of charge! We are here to help you confidently assist anyone in need.

Our CPR Training Includes

  • Same Day CPR + First Aid Cards
  • Hands on Chest Compression Training
  • Rescue Breath Training
  • AED Usage for Infant, Child, and Adults
  • Friendly and Relaxed Environment
  • Professional Instructors

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Infant CPR Class
Performing CPR on an Infant

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Knoxville’s Best Infant CPR Classes

Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.

In our CPR class with infant CPR you will learn how to —

  • Handle an infant
  • Identify the signs of choking and unresponsiveness
  • Use BLS, CPR, and AED skills

We never want to see you in a situation where your BLS, CPR, and AED skills are needed. But if an emergency ever arises, you will be ready to move into action.

Typically small children need CPR for cardiac arrest due to breathing problems. Some statistical reasons why infant-specific CPR is necessary are —

  • The most common cause of cardiac arrest in infants is a baby choking from obstruction in the airway.
  • Over 21,000 babies died in 2018. Some of the top leading reasons are SIDS and suffocation.
  • Every year, 7,000 or more little children suffer from cardiac arrest.

What is CPR?

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving technique that is used to revive an individual who is suffering from cardiac arrest. The goal of CPR is to keep blood moving throughout the body to vital organs, such as the brain and heart until a heartbeat is restored or until further medical help arrives. Note: Only perform CPR on infants who are not breathing independently or are unconscious/unresponsive.

What to Expect in Your CPR Classes

By obtaining your American Heart Association Baby CPR training, you will meet OSHA requirements and be confident to fulfill this skill in any emergency. This approach can restore breathing until responders arrive to give further life support.

You will understand how to —

  • Recall the steps of CPR
  • Look for a pulse
  • Perform finger or palm chest compressions
  • Reestablish regular breathing patterns

All employers and organizations accept our certification, including —

  • Daycare and Other Caretakers
  • Nursery Caregivers and Workers
  • Nurses, RNs, and CNAs Schools (Private and Public)
  • Home Health Aides
  • Nursing Schools and All Other College Programs
  • Nonprofits like the Boy and Girl Scouts of America
  • Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Construction Sites
  • Hospitals EMT/Paramedic Companies
  • Firefighting and Other Municipalities

Why Train With Us?

Our classes are great for those that learn better in smaller group settings. With our streamlined class times and hands-on training, your experience will feel personalized and made specifically for you. We offer the best CPR infant CPR training in the country, and we can train at our location or on-site with your medium to large-sized group. And there’s absolutely no waiting because you will leave class with your AHA certification card in hand.


How do I complete the CPR course?

Once you complete your registration, simply show up to the chosen class! No class prep is required beforehand. Your trainer will address all the information needed to fulfill AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certification requirements. Our team is here to answer all of your questions throughout the course.

When can I take my CPR course?

Check out our online class calendar and sign up for your class today!

When will my CPR expire?

You must renew your CPR credentials every two years to remain OSHA and AHA compliant. Note: Be mindful of other online options that seem to be less costly. They could be missing the in-person training and have hidden fees. With our CPR renewal class, you will recover the top-level CPR training to help save a life!

How long do the CPR classes last?

Class times are approximately 3 hrs.

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