Our CPR and First Aid Classes at a Glance
Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid
Required for NYS daycare providers and childcare professionals. Ideal for school teachers and anyone who works with or cares for children.
CPR and AED
Get certified in CPR and AED! Get your certification in Adult CPR/AED only, Adult and Child/AED, or Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED. This is an ideal course for community members and worksites.
Basic Life Support
Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED certification for health care providers, lifeguards, camp counselors, and other professional rescuers.
Basic First Aid
Ideal for community members, worksites, and anyone who needs or wants a certification in basic first aid.
Ideal for worksites of industries that require annual bloodborne pathogen training.
Child and Babysitting Safety Training
The popular Child and Babysitting Safety course ("CABS") is the perfect training for 11-15 year-olds to prepare them to be effective and safety-conscious babysitters.
Staying Safe at Home Alone
This 2.5 hour personal safety course is ideal for 10-12 year olds who are reaching the age and maturity level to begin staying home alone. A wide range of topics are covered including good character and making wise choices, personal safety, and basic first aid. This is a non-certification/ information-only training.
COMING SOON! (Summer 2019) Wilderness First Aid
Wilderness environments create special situations not usually encountered in an urban or suburban environment. With ASHI's comprehensive 16-hour Wilderness First Aid training, first aid providers in a wilderness setting will be better prepared to respond when faced with limited resources, longer times to care for someone, and decisions about when and how fast to evacuate an ill or injured person.
CPR and safety class certifications are credentialed through the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI)
Certifications are valid for 2 years unless otherwise noted
ASHI certifications are recognized and accepted in more than 100 occupational markets nation-wide (for example, in NYS regulatory agencies such as NYS DOH, Department of Education, OCFS, Office of Professions, and many others)