Hold a class in your home or venue of your choice - perfect for friends and family, and we specialise in mother's groups!Learn More
We know that sometimes you just can’t get to a course. But accidents and other illnesses still happen.
That’s why we have developed a comprehensive online eLearning program based on our paediatric first aid classes.
Join a CPR Kids public class, held in maternity hospitals and community locations. Parents, grandparents, friends and extended family all welcome.Learn More
A program designed for corporates and not-for-profit organisations. Tailored to your workplace or client's requirements, we can provide everything from Lunch 'n' Learn sessions to large scale CPR activities.Learn More
As paediatric nurses (and parents ourselves), we know that children can get themselves into all sorts of trouble, in the blink of an eye. And they do. You barely have time to think, but your child will be relying on you.
Our expert paediatric nurses give you skills and knowledge so that when the time comes, you can take charge and be confident to help your child in an emergency. We pride ourselves on being recommended by leading maternity hospitals and obstetricians.
“After a simple one hour of training from the incredibly knowledgeable CPR Kids team, I walked out feeling armed with the skills needed to help and/or take control in a life threatening situation. My gratitude to Westpac, Julia and Jess and CPR Kids for being given this opportunity is immense….”Participant of a Corporate class
"If you're contemplating doing this course - do it! There were so many things I hadn't even thought of that were covered and I'm making my husband do the next session! Such basic skills that could save lives and I can't believe I hadn't done this sooner!"Alix S
"This is a great course to do, I feel much more confident after doing this course to administer CPR on a baby or child. Information provided is easy to understand and not overwhelming at all. Anyone looking after kids should be doing this course, our trainer was excellent."Marnee F
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