Archive for the ‘First-aid Certification’ Category

Infant Choking Seminar with STS instructor Charles

Have your ever experience a scenario where a baby is choking? We don’t want it to happen, but there are many cases of babies choking with their food, toys or any small object. Therefore, it is very important to learn the right skills for infant choking.

We are an American Heart Association Training Center and we offer Infant CPR and First Aid classes. For more information on our classes, please visit our website:


We have an upcoming Free Infant Choking seminar at the SF Birth and Baby Fair. Our instructor Charles will provide it. Don’t miss it!

June 21st from 10am to 4pm

To register, you can go to the following link:

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Berkeley CPR Classes
Raj Properties – in the courtyard
Next to Asha Tea House
2076 University Avenue, Suite B
Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 225-6216

EMSA Health and Safety Certification in the Bay Area

What is EMSA Health and Safety?

The EMSA Health & Safety is a 7 hours course and it is approved by Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) for child care providers in San Francisco as part of Title 22/AB243.

This class covers the following topics: asthma and nebulizer training, infectious disease control, bloodborne pathogens, childhood injuries, childhood diseases, and much more.

Who should take this class?Childcare EMSA Certification

If you own a Family Day Care and/or are a Child Care Provider, then you should take this class.

How can I make sure this is not a scam and i will get the right certificate?

The California EMSA has posted a warning that some companies in the Bay Area are teaching this course who are not certified. Safety Training Seminars is listed on the EMSA’s official website of approved vendors for this class.

How can I register?

We offer this class every 2 to 3 months in our San Francisco Location. You can get more information and register here:

When I will get my EMSA Health and Safety Certificate card and sticker? 

After successful completion, students will receive the official EMSA Health & Safety certification along with the required EMSA sticker.


Safety Training Seminars
598 Vermont Street (18th St.)
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 437-1600

American Heart Association CPR & First Aid Class in Spanish

This is great news! Now we are providing CPR & First Aid classes in Spanish! You can find this classes in our Concord, San Francisco and San Jose locations.

Nuestras clases de Reanimación Cardio Pulmonar (RCP) y Primeros Auxilios son completamente en español. Y son certificadas por la Asociación Americana del Corazón (American Heart Association). También recibirá su tarjeta de certificación el día de la clase. 

Para mayor información y registrarse a la clase, vaya a nuestra pagina web: 

Berkeley Spanish CPR Class


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Berkeley CPR Classes

Two Blocks from Berkeley BART Station

2076 University Ave. Suite B Berkeley, CA 94704

(510) 225-6216



In the past year there have been headlines about teens saving fellow athletes just days after participating in CPR and first-aid training.  In fact, teens in El Cerrito, CA are an essential target audience for teaching vital first-aid and CPR skills.  Increasingly independent and mobile, they need instruction to raise their awareness about life-threatening issues and also to give them the informational tools they need–tools that could help them to save someone’s life.

Teaching First-Aid to Teens
While school curriculums provide basic health instruction, these classes may touch on some first-aid, but are not as comprehensive as a First-Aid course in Berkeley designed with first-aid and CPR as the main focus.  Teens should seek out coursework available in near El Cerrito, CA.

Teens need basic first aid skills to complement all the activities they do.  They play sports for school and at local playgrounds where adult supervision may not be present.  They go on camping trips or attend parties without supervision.  Many teens babysit younger children and even infants.  First-Aid instruction, therefore, is vital for this demographic.  Moreover, by encouraging them to obtain this knowledge at a young age, instructors in Berkeley, CA can instill the value and importance of continued training and the importance of renewing First-Aid certifications near El Cerrito,CA.

Lifesaving Teens
Some teens are learning CPR skills in their schools.  For example, the American Heart Association has designed a CPR in Schools Training Kit that contains the materials an instructor needs to teach ten students CPR at a time.  So, for teaching the volleyball team or Football squad CPR, a few kits could be procured for the job.  The kits can be reused so each one has the potential to teach hundreds of kids CPR skills.

According to the American Heart Association’s website, “any adult or student leader can facilitate the 30-minute CPR session”.  Some states now require CPR training to be a graduation requirement.  Even if your state does not mandate teenage CPR or first-aid training, it’s a service that more schools should consider as it benefits students for life as well as their families and communities.

First-Aid Skills for Teens
First-Aid training in Berkeley, CA,  gives teens an awareness of safety issues that affect their demographic.  They often find themselves in situations, for instance, where underage drinking may be occurring or even illicit drug use.  First aid instruction can be tailored to provide information that allows teens to better cope with these situations.  What do they do if their friend passes out from too much drinking?  How might they help someone experiencing a seizure before emergency services can show up?

Teens have the capability to perform first-aid.  On the cusp of adulthood, teens will learn vital skills that they may need to help a friend but in a few years, these same skills may help them save their own child or a parent or grandparent.  If you have a teen, encourage them to get instruction for basic first-aid and CPR.

San Pablo, CA American Heart Association First Aid Classes

Who should take this first-aid class?
Teachers, summer camp counselors, coaches, foster care, social workers, maritime (US Coast Guard approved) nannies, parents, grandparents, babysitters (ten years or older), construction, general workplace.

Date of Class: Sunday December 22nd, 2013

Time: 4pm to 6pm

Cost: $70

To register for this class please click in the following link:

We are located two blocks from Downtown Berkeley BART Station, you can also come with your Bike and get a Free Key Chain Mask on day of your class!

Check out this video from our Instructor Charles, you will learn this and more at your First Aid class!


We also offer Heartsaver CPR, BLS, ACLS eLearning and Pediatric CPR/First Aid classes. For more information please visit our website:


Berkeley CPR Classes
Raj Properties – in the courtyard
2076 University Avenue, Suite B
Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 225-6216

El Cerrito, CA American Heart Association CPR/First Aid Classes

This course is for people renewing or taking it for the first time. You should take this class if you are a teacher, summer camp counselor, coach, foster care, social worker, maritime (US Coast Guard approved), parents, grandparent, babysitter, construction, acupuncture student (approved by State of CA Acupuncture Board), general workplace. If you are in the medical field, you should the the BLS for Healthcare Providers class. Please visit our website for more information:

Berkeley Infant and Child BLS CPR classes

If you are looking for a Pediatric CPR/First Aid class (EMSA certified), please click on the following link:

We are located close to Downtown Berkeley BART station, come on BART or bring your Bike and get a Free Key Chain Mask!

Berkeley CPR Classes
Raj Properties – in the courtyard
Next to Asha Tea House
2076 University Avenue, Suite B
Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 225-6216

Orinda, CA American Heart Association CPR/AED/First aid Classes

When: Wednesday November 6th, 2013

Time: From 1pm to 6pm

Cost: $140


This American Heart Association class covers: bleeding control, seizures, EPI pen use, allergic reactions, snake bites, broken bones, poisoning, CPR for adults, children, and infants, choke-saving, how to use an AED (automated external defibrillators), and other life threatening emergencies. You will get your CPR/AED/First Aid Certificate on day of class, which is valid for 2 years! Go to the following link for more information and register:

Berkeley CPR Classes
Raj Properties – in the courtyard
2076 University Avenue, Suite B
Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 225-6216

Downtown Berkeley Bart: 2 blocks away
Parking Garages: 3-4 within 2 blocks