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First Private CPR Class A Success

Updated: May 6, 2022

Bobby's taking a selfie ready for the first private CPR booking held at Bright Horizons Lisle.
On location at Bright Horizons Lisle

On March 10 2022, I had the privilege of teaching an Adult and Pediatric CPR/First Aid/AED class at Bright Horizons in Lisle. This private class very important because the early educators at Bright Horizons Lisle were my first private booking with DobroSKILLS CPR.

I started my journey as a CPR Instructor in July 2016 as a Bright Horizons employee. Bright Horizons was a Red Cross authorized provider and I traveled to the various centers in the Chicagoland Suburbs teaching CPR as one of my responsibilities. The staff always liked my teaching style since I was a teacher for the company from 2013-2016 and brought on my other early education background I had acquired over the years.


About The Author Of This Article

Bobby Dobroski, Owner and CPR Instructor of DobroSKILLS LLC

Bobby Dobroski, Owner & CPR Instructor of DobroSKILLS LLC

Bobby has been teaching CPR since 2016 and is a proud husband and father to two very active young boys. Bobby is active runner who ran over 20 marathons and an Ironman Triathlon. DobroSKILLS offers training in Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED and Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers as well as AED and supplies. DobroSKILLS LLC is a Licensed Training Provider of the American Red Cross.


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