Why Learn CPR?
One in seven of us will witness a sudden cardiac arrest in our lifetime.
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Our Training Classes
Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AEDThis CPR certification course includes the latest American Heart Association ECC guidelines on how to provide Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). You will learn the distinctions of how to react and respond to an emergency situation in which adult, child, or infant CPR must be performed.
First AidThis CPR and first aid training course will provide you with adult CPR and standard first aid information to get you on your way to meeting all the requirements for certification. You will learn the appropriate skills and techniques to handle a variety of situations, from unresponsive victims to serious wounds.
CPR/AED First Aid ComboAn injury can happen anywhere and at any time. Don’t you want to be prepared in the case of an emergency situation? CPR & First Aid Training can prepare you with the essential tools and knowledge to save a life at any time. Take the first step toward safety education with first aid certification.
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