Private CPR Training at Naperville Daycare and Preschool

Updated: Apr 16

Its always special for me to teach CPR at a Bright Horizons because followers of the DobroSKILLS website know that I worked for Bright Horizons Family Solutions in various positions and locations in the Chicagoland area from 2013-2020. I became a CPR certified instructor for Bright Horizons and I taught CPR to various Bright Horizon Schools staff, as an Red Cross Authorized Provider, from 2016 to the time I left the company.



On April 14, 2022 I was invited to the Naperville, IL location by Center Director Katia and Health and Safety Director Meghan.



I was able to certify 10 staff members in American Red Cross Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED. Staff completed the Blending Learning option where they did a majority of the learning on the computer at their own pace and then I taught the skills portion at the school once the kids went home for the day. Early education centers, such as Bright Horizons, like my teaching style since I’m a former early childhood administrator with 20 years of experience and father of two boys under the age of 3.


I'm starting to fill out my May and June 2022 Class calendar. If you are looking for someone to come to your site and train your staff in CPR or Basic Life Support please contact me and get a quote. I give discounts to groups of 6 or more.



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