Since the early 1990’s Lifesaving Enterprises has had an ongoing relationship with the 92nd Street Y’s May Center for Health Fitness & Sport on New York City’s Upper East Side. We began providing Adult CPR and Baby/Toddler Safety for new and expectant parents. Over the years we expanded to include our company’s full range of CPR and First Aid courses. Please take a look at the live calendar link for any course you have an interest in and enroll directly with the 92Y.org to find a convenient evening or daytime class.
This American Academy of Pediatrics program teaches you how to care for your infant in an emergency. Learn how to recognize and respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Course also covers simple first aid and accident prevention — childproofing in the home and on the go — whether at the park, in a car, riding in a taxi or on a train.
This five-hour class covers basic child development, infant and child care, first aid, emergency procedures, age-appropriate toys, business hints and tips for managing parents’ expectations. Certification provided by the American Safety & Health Institute. Bring lunch as this is a five-hour class!
American Heart Association course designed for the health care provider, EMT or summer camp director. Two-part course includes an online, self-directed learning program followed by a practical skills assessment. Course price includes certification fees. For more information, call 212.579.2777. Click here and follow the instructions for completing the online portion of the program prior to the practical skills course date.
American Safety and Health Institute course includes emergency care for children and adults in the event of cardiac arrest, breathing difficulties, heart attack, stroke, choking and more. Covers child and adult CPR, as well as the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Certification is valid for up to two years. Course price includes pocket mask and textbook fees.
This American Red Cross class covers practical first-aid skills for care of infants, children and adults. Learn how to recognize and care for injuries, sudden illnesses, concussions, diabetic emergencies, asthma, allergies, seizures and poisoning. Practical skills include bandaging and splinting, as well as care of burns, bites, stings, and heat and cold emergencies. Course price includes textbook and certification fees.
Learn how to provide temporary, urgent care to pets until they can reach a veterinary or emergency clinic. Covers how to care for animals before, during and after emergencies, including bleeding, bite wounds, cardiac arrest, choking, burns, poisoning and trauma. Injury prevention, disaster preparation and personal safety precautions are also covered to help pet owners identify and minimize risks. THIS COURSE IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR VETERINARY CARE. Course price includes textbook and optional certification exam offered through the Emergency Care and Safety Institute at the conclusion of the program.