American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification

Infant BLS CPR & AED Classes in Boston


Our Infant CPR classes in Boston, MA, are 100% American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR. The infant CPR course contains everything you will need to rescue an infant in an emergency! And as a bonus with your baby CPR training class, child and adult CPR now come included, free of charge.

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Boston Infant CPR Classes

Our Infant CPR classes in Boston, MA, are 100% American Heart Association (AHA) certified for Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR. The infant CPR course contains everything you will need to rescue an infant in an emergency! And as a bonus with your baby CPR training class, child and adult CPR now come included, free of charge.

We feel that if you’re committing to learning CPR, you might as well go the extra few steps to get the CPR training for all ages! It doesn’t add much extra class time, and you will gain the added benefit of being certified to attend to infants, children, and adults.

Whether you’re a parent looking to safely care for your newborn or are a professional caregiver, you will have the resources you need to protect and care for your young one and get the top-level infant-caregiving CPR that many employers require!

Our Infant 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

CPR Certification Boston Locations

2 Year Certification CPR and First Aid

Certification Cards Given the Same Day as Class

5.0 Review Rating

Natasha, Medical Assistant

Dorchester, Massachusetts

“"This was just the right environment to get recertified with BLS CPR. The instructor was amazing and brought the years of experience on the job to the classroom. I was very impressed with the level of knowledge that the instructor had. Learning was made interactive and fun, which was a lot better than feeling like a typical boring class. Highly recommended."”

Dahlia, Dentist

Dorchester, Massachusetts

“"Awesome experience! I've taken many BLS classes before and this is by far the best class ever. The course was great and I enjoyed the excellent teaching. I really learned the process well and definitely feel more confident. I’d surely recommend this location to anyone that is looking to get certified."”

Michael, Nurse

Dorchester, Massachusetts

“"Just had my BLS CPR and First Aid certification and it was so great. Got both certs knocked out in one day. The instructor made it fun and covered all the material in a clear and concise manner. If you still have questions afterwards, the company will continue to extend their support. The facility is nice, as well as easy to get in and out of. Strongly recommend signing up for this class!"”

Boston’s Best Infant CPR Classes

Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.

While adults can require CPR for various situations, infants and young children typically require CPR to address a breathing issue or cardiac arrest caused by breathing issues.

We hope you never need to use your training, but here are some stats on why you should be trained in infant CPR:

  • In 2018, over 21,000 infants died, with Sudden Infant Death (SIDS) and suffocation being the 4th and 5th leading causes, respectively.
  • 7,000+ children suffer from cardiac arrest each year.
  • The most common cause of cardiac arrest in young children is respiratory failure or obstruction in the airway.
  • Other common situations that require infant CPR include head trauma, electrical shock, poisoning, near drowning, severe asthma, or smoke inhalation.

In your training, you will learn how to —

  1. Handle an infant properly during a crisis.
  2. Give immediate relief to a Baby choking.
  3. Prevent, spot, and respond to infant breathing and cardiac emergencies.

Having this training gives you the power to react with lifesaving knowledge. Our instructors ensure that you can confidently use BLS, CPR, and AED machine skills in any circumstance.

What is CPR?

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a critical process that includes rescue breathing and surface chest compressions to —

  1. Provide oxygen-rich blood flow to vital organs, including the brain.
  2. Restore breathing until first responders arrive and give more life support.
  3. Revive breathing and heartbeat after cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, or drowning.

Note: Only perform CPR on infants who are unconscious, unresponsive, or are not breathing independently.

What to Expect in Your Infant CPR Classes

After this training, you will be confident in performing CPR during an emergency, whether attending to an infant, child, or adult.

You will learn to identify the seven CPR steps, find the pulse, perform finger and palm chest compressions, and ultimately restore regular breathing. Gaining your American Heart Association certificate, you will meet OSHA requirements and leave 100% confident to help anyone needing CPR.

All employers and organizations accept CPR Certification Boston, including —

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

Why Train With Us?

  1. Have complete confidence in any unexpected situation that requires life-giving skills.
  2. We have trained nearly 30,000 students throughout the USA with the most widely recognized, accredited, and employer-accepted BLS Certification.
  3. Receive more individual training due to our smaller group size, hands-on style, streamlined classes.
  4. Walk away with your AHA-certified BLS CPR card, same day.


When can I take my Infant CPR certification course?

Take your class when you’re available — choose from our weekly class options.

How long does the Infant CPR certification course take to complete?

Before Covid, our CPR classes lasted about four hours. Due to social-distancing guidelines, our current in-person certification class time is cut down to only a fraction of that time. This format reduces potential exposure time while providing the same training as the pre-Covid course.

After you sign up for the course, you will receive essential training elements that must be completed before coming to class. You will still go through all training and testing and gain the same level of CPR Certification! This course fulfills 100% AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certification training requirements.

When will my Infant CPR certification expire?

CPR certifications require that all training be renewed after two years to sustain your knowledge and skill to perform CPR. Schedule your renewal courses on our website today.

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