CPR / First Aid

All CPR classes taken on or after July 1, 2022, must have the in-person training component.

If you took an online-only CPR class between March 24, 2020 and June 30, 2022, it will be accepted for training credit in the Oregon Registry Online (ORO). When it is time for the next renewal of your CPR/First Aid certification, you must complete CPR training with in-person instruction. CCR&R-MC is offering blended classes which blends online and in-person training. The class has two parts: 2-3 hours online, and 3 hours in-person on a scheduled date.


Complete the 2-3 hour online portion of this class, which includes videos, reading, and quizzes. It must be completed before the scheduled classroom date. This will be emailed to you 14 days in advance.


Attend the 3-hour in-person portion of the class on your scheduled date. You will have hands-on practice with CPR manikins and first aid procedures.

CCR&R Training Registration, Policies, and Etiquette


  1. Registration for classes will only be accepted online through www.bookeo.com/ccrrmc. Due to COVID-19, we are currently only accepting debit or credit. Payments are non-transferable from person to person.
  2. Participants will be required to create a Bookeo account if it’s a first-time registration.
  3. Placement in a requested class will be on a first-come, first-served basis. A waitlist is available for classes that are full. You will be notified via email if a spot becomes available.

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations will be completed through Bookeo. If you cancel at least 24 hours prior to the training for which you are registered, you will be issued a refund. The refund will be issued to the Bookeo account holder who registered. Blended CPR classes must be cancelled 2 weeks in advance.

Attendance Policy:

If you miss a class and have not given at least 24 hours notice, you forfeit the payment for the class.
It is important that participants arrive on time and stay for the duration of the class. Participants arriving later than 15 minutes after the start of class will not receive a certificate nor reimbursement, and no partial credit will be issued. In order to receive credit for multiple session trainings, full attendance is mandatory.

Accommodations Available:

Individuals who require accommodations due to disability may contact CCR&R at (503) 491-6205 or front desk at (503) 705-6394. Please call at least one week before the class to ensure availability.

Classroom/Zoom Etiquette:

Please come prepared to take notes and participate in the class. Camera and microphone on is encouraged, though not required. If there is a lot of background noise, please mute your microphone when not speaking. Please make sure your cell phone is turned off or silenced before the class begins. At the end of the class, please complete the evaluation; this will aid us in planning training opportunities that interest you and meet your professional needs.

CCRR-MC is open, but all staff are working remotely. Meetings at the office will be by appointment only. You may make an appointment with your coach or consultant or by calling our program assistant at (503) 705-6394.

Training Guide

Oregon Registry Core Knowledge Categories (CKC)




Family and Community Systems
Health, Safety, and Nutrition
Human Growth and Development
Learning Environments and Curriculum
Observation and Assessment
Personal, Professional, and Leadership Development
Program Management
Special Needs
Understanding and Guiding Behavior


CDA Subject Areas



Planning a safe and healthy learning environment.
Subjects include health and safety, first aid, space planning, materials, and equipment.


Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development. Subjects include active play, fine motor skills, language, writing, literacy, discovery, art, and music.


Positive ways to support children’s social and emotional development. Subjects include friendship skills,
self-esteem, self-control, understanding emotions, and guiding behavior.


Strategies to establish productive relationships with families. Subjects include working with parents, home visits, conferences, and referrals.


Strategies to establish productive relationships with families. Subjects include working with parents, home visits, conferences, and referrals.


Maintaining a commitment to professionalism. Subjects include advocacy, ethical practices, work force issues, and professional associations.


Observing and recording children’s behavior. Subjects include tools and strategies for collecting objective information about children’s learning and development.


Principles of child development and learning. Subjects include developmental milestones and cultural influences on development.

Set One training provides an overview of basic principles, theories and/or research. Set One training participants are expected to gain basic, introductory knowledge of session topics.

Set Two training presents intermediate knowledge. The purpose of these sessions is to build on previous knowledge by having professionals use what they have already learned and experienced to think in depth and to learn more. Sessions are developed assuming that participants already have basic knowledge of the subject.

Set Three training presents advanced knowledge. Sessions provide opportunities for analysis, comparison, critical examination, evaluation, research, and/or practical study. Set Three training participants are expected to already have significant and/or intermediate knowledge of and professional experience in the session topic.

The listing for each training session includes age group information:

I/T = Infants and toddlers (birth to 3 years old)
PK = Preschoolers (3 to 5 years old)
SA = School-age children (5 to 12 years old)
NA = The class contains no age-related content

For more information visit the Oregon Center for Career Development (OCCD) at www.pdx.edu/occd