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New guidelines for NC child care providers.

0 February Tuesday, 2017 in CPR Training by MAtkins
Did you know that the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (NCDCDEE) changed their requirements for child care providers when it comes to First Aid and CPR Certifications (as of October 2016).

In the past, a generic FA/CPR/AED class that happened to include infant/child components was acceptable. Now, the NCDCDEE is requiring an actual Pediatric focused course.

CPR Works offers this course as an option through our On-Site programs. We will send an experienced instructor to your location and train your entire staff of child care providers with our "Heartsaver Pediatric FA/CPR/AED" Course. Discounted rates applied for larger groups (10 or more). Fill out an On-Site interest form here:

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