Choosing the correct class to comply with your particular Rule 3 requirements
Please note: Minnesota state rules have been modified during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to read the modified rules.
What follows below will be updated once the COVID-19 emergency rules are lifted.
Unless your child care center (a.k.a. day care center) has a policy requiring more advanced training, then a CPR-Twin Cities CPR/AED and First Aid class for the general public should fulfill state of Minnesota Rule 3 regulations.
There are no prerequisites for any of our classes (except for re-certification/review classes). If unclear about which class to choose, please read the class descriptions or contact us and we’ll do our best to help you decide. See below for more information about requirements for child care centers in the state of Minnesota.
At CPR-Twin Cities, we take life-saving seriously. Unlike some other training organizations, we don’t cut corners. We keep our classes down to a size where everyone gets the attention they deserve. Plus all of our instructors are highly experienced at teaching CPR/AED and First Aid classes.
“I was definitely impressed with the amount that I learned. I would feel completely comfortable providing CPR or first aid to someone.”
Rest assured, our CPR-Twin Cities-certified classes in Pediatric (Child and Infant) CPR/AED and First Aid comply with DHS Rule 3 child care requirements. If you have any questions about our classes, please contact us through this website.
If you have any questions about DHS regulations, please contact them directly:
P.O. Box 64242
St. Paul, MN 55164-0242
(651) 431-2000 | (800) 627-3529 (TTY/TTD)
Division of Licensing