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Baby CPR & First-Aid

Toronto Home Class Private Cost: $75 - $100 per person Duration: 2.5 hours Book Now
Oakville/West GTA - Home Class Private Cost: $75 – $100 per person Duration: 2.5 hours Book Now
Calgary Home Class Private Cost: $75 – $100 per person Duration: 2.5 hours Book Now
Group Virtual Zoom Class Virtual Cost: $80 - per couple Duration: 1.5 hours Book Now
Group Oakville Class On-Site Cost: $60 - per person Duration: 2.5 hours Book Now
Baby CPR & First-Aid

Be Confident, Calm, and in Control During an Emergency

We can help build your confidence and ability to react to an unexpected emergency event. Our aim is to teach you to be self-reliant and confident in the action to take and what to tell 911 in the few short minutes before a first responder arrives. We will provide you with the practical skills to be proactive in a first aid emergency.

We have supported thousands of parents across Toronto & the wider GTHA by developing a unique curriculum for new and expectant parents. The class is uncertified to allow us to focus on newborn and infant topics only. The Baby CPR class will give you peace of mind while our amazing instructors will ensure the class is fun and engaging.

Our expert educators will ensure you gain the skills and knowledge to deal with choking events which is always in demand from parents as they move into the introduction to solids and baby-led weaning phases.

What’s Included:

  • Infant & child CPR with practice on mannequins
  • Basics of baby first aid
  • Choking events
  • Burns
  • Illness & fevers
  • Febrile seizure
  • Broken bones
  • Poisoning
  • Emergency Scene Management
  • Use of AED
  • Laws governing CPR

Private In Home Baby CPR Pricing:

2 people – $100 per person
3 people – $95 per person
4 people – $90 per person
5 people – $85 per person
6 people – $80 per person
7+ people – $75 per person

How You Can Access this Service:


Private is a great option if you prefer privacy or want to host amongst friends or family in the comfort of your own home.


On-Site is a great option if you prefer real-time interaction, want to meet other parents, and enjoy the social component. This service is available at our headquarters.

2525 Old Bronte Rd Unit 105, Oakville, L6M 4J2, Ontario


Virtual classes are ideal during COVID, are great for families with busy schedules, or for those who live out of our offered locations. They are hosted over Zoom and are available to anyone no matter their geographic location. For the best experience, we recommend viewing from a laptop with a high-speed internet connection.


  • Why is the baby CPR class not certified?

    In order for us to certify you in CPR, we would be required to provide additional adult CPR content, this would increase the length and cost of the class considerately. We have been working with thousands of new parents across Canada and over time developed the content to specifically meet your needs.

    By removing the adult CPR portion we are able to spend additional time practicing CPR on the newborn manikins and focusing more on choking which are both essential topics for new and expectant parents.

    We are able to provide certification and are happy to discuss the costs involved but 99% of our families continue with our class as it is designed.

  • Can I bring my baby to the CPR class?

    Yes, of course! We specialize in newborn care and it’s normal for bumps and babies to attend all our classes. We know you may need to feed your baby or settle your baby during the class whether that is in-home or at our location.

    Also by having the newborn CPR class at home you don’t need a babysitter and we are always delighted to see the babies at our classes.

  • Do we need to provide any equipment?

    There is no essential equipment, some of our instructors will cover some online content and having an HDMI enabled TV close by will help.

    Our instructor will bring all the manikins and equipment for you to practice on.

    If you are taking a virtual class it’s great to even have a doll or teddy to use as a manikin, but even a pillow will be an option for the virtual classes.

  • Will this course reduce my anxiety around the introduction to solids and baby-led weaning?

    We have designed our content with these exact situations in mind. We understand when moving to the introductions to solids that choking is something that will be on the forefront of your mind and we want to ensure you have the peace of mind to react calmly and confidently.

    We will provide you with the techniques to react in a choking event related to baby-led weaning to ensure you are calm and confident no matter what the age of your baby.

  • I’m heavily pregnant should I take the class now or wait till baby is born?

    We would recommend taking the class before baby arrives but we also have parents who wait until after the new arrival. We will ensure you are comfortable and well taken care of during the class limiting the amount of physical activity.

    We will make your partner do the hard work if we have to ?

  • When is the best time to take a newborn CPR class?

    The most popular time is at the beginning of your 3rd trimester

    Our classes are also hugely popular at around the 5-month mark just before you start thinking about introducing solids or starting baby-led weaning.

  • What is CPR?

    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving skill that can help keep a person who suffers cardiac arrest alive until advanced medical help arrives. The administration of effective chest compression helps to circulate blood to the heart and vital organs, especially the brain. CPR can be given to seniors, adults, children as well as infants.

  • What is an AED?

    The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a device that is used to shock a person’s heart back to a ‘normal’ rhythm. The use and availability of AED’s have become commonplace and they are highly effective when readily available. For an adult, it is a priority to use an AED on the person within the first few minutes. A CPR course covers the use of an AED and how to follow through the prompts and apply the pads to the victim’s chest.

  • Why should I learn CPR?

    Taking a CPR class will teach you skills that will make you feel comfortable in addressing and assisting in an emergency involving respiratory or cardiac arrest. Take a CPR class it isn’t mandatory, this is always a personal choice, but we encourage to parents take it because you can choose to offer assistance until paramedics or other advanced care arrives, which may take anywhere from 2 to 20 minutes in an urban area.

  • What if I panic and don’t remember what to do?

    Our baby CPR & First aid courses are constructed to allow you to have the hands-on skills to be proactive in an emergency event and understand the key details to tell 911 operators. You will learn practical CPR skills working with a baby manikin to provide you with the confidence and reassurance you need as new parents and let you help if any emergency occurs. Our classes are designed to make you feel confident and calm in the result of an emergency.

  • Who should take a CPR class?

    Anyone and everyone as young as 12 years old can participate in taking a CPR course! This course covers infant CPR and choking and this is why most of our clients choose to invite grandparents, babysitters, nannies, aunts, uncles, even friends, and neighbors come to join them in the training course. Knowing that the main caregivers for your baby or infant are all trained and understand how to react in an emergency adds to your level of comfort.

  • Where are your classes available?

    Our classes are available in three options.

    • Private in the comfort of your home
    • At our Oakville location in a small group environment
    • Virtually through Zoom.
  • What is the minimum number of people for a private home class

    The minimum number of people for a private in-home class is 2 people. There is a sliding scale which make this more cost-effective if you have more attendees in your home. We encourage you to invite others who will help care for your newborn to learn the same lifesaving skills and share in the experience.

  • How many people can attend the class?

    The private course can be taken by up to 12 people. If you are looking to have a larger group please contact us and we will be happy to discuss some options. With a larger group bigger than 12 we will need to ensure we have space, equipment, and time to make everyone get the most out of the class.

  • What topics will the baby CPR class cover?

    Our certified CPR & First Aid instructors will provide you with the tools to take calm and confident action in a critical respiratory event. Our Baby & Infant CPR & First Aid Training include:

    •           Infant & Child CPR with practice on manikins
    •           Basics of baby first aid
    •           Choking events
    •           Illness & fevers
    •           Febrile seizure
    •           Emergency Scene Management
    •           Use of AED
    •           Laws governing CPR
    •           Baby First Aid Baby CPR
  • How long is a Baby & Infant CPR class?

    The private course lasts approx 2 to 3 hours depending on the number of people invited, there will be lots of opportunities to practice CPR on baby Minkins during the class, we won’t finish until you are comfortable with your new learned skills.

    Our online Baby CPR & First Aid takes 1 hour 30 minutes. We have adapted our interactive classes to run through a secure Zoom.

  • Will I get a certificate?

    This class is specific to newborns and children and therefore an un-certified class. If you are interested in Adult CPR certification we can look to add this at an extra cost while extending the time of the class. Please call us before booking via our online booking system to ensure you are getting the class that you need.

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