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Save a life with QS2 will not only meet your traning needs for All CPR & First Aid Traning, But With QS2 Traning and Consulting We can meet all your traning needs for all Areas of health and safety. We offer training for staff in all facets of safety In all types of business. Our list of training included professional development in early childhood, babysitting safety for girls and boys Ages's 11-15, summer camp required advanced training to be able to respond in all types of medical emergencies. We are also able to provide parent workshops to include nutrition. Physical and cognitive development and lectures on medical emergencies. All of our QS2 trainers are qualified and trained in all areas listed above.

Mentoring Early Childhood Professionals and Organizations One Relationship at a Time




It teaches child care providers and others individuals how to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a Adult/Child and Infant in the first few minutes until professional help arrives.What you do matters, whether it's saving a live or keeping the condition from worsening.Save a life with QS2 is here to  help you with that goal.

Educational Incentive Program: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid (FA) Training

EIP for CPR/First Aid brochure for Participants

*New for 2016*

The New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Child Care Regulations now require all child day care programs have at least one caregiver, who holds a valid certificate in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid (FA) on the premise of the child care program during the program’s operating hours.

The Educational Incentive Program (EIP) has funding available for eligible child care providers of all modalities to obtain CPR/FA certification.

You may be eligible to receive a scholarship up to $125 for classroom training or up to $95 for online training with a skills demonstration component. Eligibility is based on your current household income as reported on your most recent IRS Form 1040.

You must be a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Resident Alien authorized to work in the U.S and currently caring for children as part of the adult/child ratio requirement in a child day care program licensed or registered by the NYS OCFS or the NYC DOHMH or direct supervisor of any child care staff mentioned above. Employment verification is required with each application. See page 18 of the 2016 EIP information and booklet for acceptable forms of employment verification. CPR/FA training must be conducted by an approved trainer participating with EIP. You can find a list of training organizations providing CPR/First Aid Training here.

The application submission period for 2016 begins on December 2, 2015. To apply for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and/or First Aid training, please complete an EIP online application and select “CPR/FA” where designated for course type.

Still have questions?

Contact the CPR/FA program at:
(518) 442-6575 or toll free at 1-800-295-9616.
or email at

Traning For Early Childhood Professionals

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