Childcare Professionals

Traditional Classroom Training courses

Our traditional classroom training courses are taught by Y-CPR Academy’s certified instructors. All instructors are Certified/Approved by American Heart Association, American Safety & Health institute and Washington STATE.
Y-CPR Academy only teaches the current curriculum that meets the 2015 Guidelines

We teach CPR-AED-First Aid for Adults, Children and Infants. The classroom is a blended course that incorporates visual aids, discussions and tons of hands-on practice. Y-CPR Academy uses the Highest Quality Equipment to give our students the real life feel during CPR. All of our classes are Affordable, Dynamic, Interactive and Fun!

Childcare Providers do not need a National CPR-AED-First Aid Certification card. The Person who is teaching classes needs to be certified by a national recognized institute. The Department of Child, Youth and Family (DCYF) adheres to the New Washington Administrative Code (WAC 110-300-0106) for Training Requirements. Under session 26.44.030 number 12 line B for their CPR/AED/FIRST AID guidelines for childcare. See additional WAC: Training Requirements Overview Pre-Service Requirements – WAC 110-300-0105, In-Service Training – WAC 110-300-0107

Once you complete the classroom training, you will receive a certification that is valid for two years. All our classes are guaranteed, after the class and you are not feeling confidence take another class for free.

Classroom run time is 3.0 hours

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Group rate available for 3 or more students

Who needs Childcare CPR?

  • Daycare facilities
  • Centers
  • Home Care
  • Teachers
  • Schools
  • Parents
  • Teacher Assistants
  • Floaters
  • Directors
  • Grandparents


Children and all classes include infants optional

  • CPR Adult-Child-Infant
  • AED
  • Scene Awareness & Safety
  • Activating EMS / 911
  • First Aid Kits
  • Airway Problems
  • Asthma
  • Choking
  • Severe Allergy
  • Heart Attack
  • Diabetic Reaction
  • Stroke
  • Seizure
  • Shock
  • Controlling Bleeding
  • Amputation
  • Broken Bones
  • Electrocution
  • Poisoning
  • Heat Injury
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Burns
  • Cold Injury
  • Hypothermia
  • Frostbite
  • Environmental Hazards

Note: AHA Paper cards are NO longer being issued, instead you will receive and electronic “E-card” based on the course you completed, sent to you by e-mail.