Pediatric First Aid

Imagine if a child in your care stopped breathing. Would you know what to do?

Two of the most common causes of death in children – choking and drowning – are preventable with CPR/AED/First Aid training. Get trained. Save their life.

The NDSC offers pediatric-focused CPR/AED/First Aid courses for childcare providers, early childhood educators and students, parents, youth organizations or anyone interested in learning how to save a child’s life. Students will learn how to recognize and respond to breathing and first aid emergencies in infants and children ages 12 and younger. A special emphasis will be placed on injury prevention.

John Woutat
First Aid Manager

dl: (701) 751-6107
ph: (701) 223-6372
tf: (800) 932-8890

johnw@ndsc.org

Adult First Aid

The NDSC also offers a number of First Aid, CPR & AED courses for adults.

“I’ve witnessed a lot of successes in my career. I have seen first-hand, the value of good training when faced with a medical emergency. And every single time, that reunion with a loved one after a near-death situation… it gets to me.”

– John Woutat