CPR Certification Hybrid Class
This class is recommended for parents, grandparents, anyone caring for an infant, and people desiring a CPR Certification. The primary emphasis of the class is on injury prevention, and also includes learning how and when to administer CPR to an infant. You will learn common choking hazards and demonstrate how to rescue an infant who has an airway obstruction. We discuss ways to baby-proof your home, reduce the risk of SIDS, and consider how safety challenges change as babies develop and explore. This class is taught by a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and an American Heart Association Certified CPR Instructor, and results in Heartsaver CPR certification through the American Heart Association. This class contains an online learning portion that must be completed prior to class*
*For the certification course there is a $22 fee for the card itself + $15 online course (about 1.75 hours). Please consider these costs when signing up for this class. All participants will receive instructions on how to register for online classes.
Price for class is per person.
Praise for Jocelyn:
“Jocelyn taught a very interactive class with lots of discussion and hands on experiences and created an environment that was open to share and discuss anything. This class built confidence that I have the tools I need to take care of my baby safely."
Jocelyn first became an American Heart Association Certified CPR Instructor in 2005. Her goal is to help you have a positive parenting experience and provide the tools and information needed for keeping your family safe and having confidence in responding to emergencies. In addition to certification as a CPR Instructor, Jocelyn is also a Certified Birth Doula, Certified Lactation Educator, Certified Childbirth Educator, and Exercise Physiologist. She teaches both group and private childbirth classes, prenatal breastfeeding classes, return to work breastfeeding classes, and does private prenatal and postpartum fitness in addition to attending births. Jocelyn grew up in Portland and moved to Seattle to get her BS in Exercise Science from Seattle Pacific University. She fell in love with the Puget Sound and never left. She now resides with her son and partner in Shoreline.