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Do you need to be CPR/AED certified?

Class Details:

Two to three hours of life saving information.

The American Heart Association’s certified courses introduce students to a variety of life saving techniques including: how to properly administer CPR, use an AED defibrillator and relieve choking in adults, children, and infants.

Instruction Includes:

  • Adult, Child and Infant CPR
  • Adult, Child and Infant Airway Choking Management
  • AED ( Automated External Defibrillator) training
  • How to use a pocket mask (each student will receive a pocket mask to use in the class and keep)

Course Format:

Students will be taught all the required skills and practice them on manikins and the AED Trainer. There is an optional test at the end of the training.


Students will receive an American Heart Association course completion e-card within 1-2 days of successful completion of a course. AHA certifications are valid for two years.

K-12 Programs

We offer the AHA CPR and First Aid training for K-12 students, coaches, teachers and school staff. Classes cover all of the same material shown at a discounted rate.

Learn more about K-12 Programs

Class Length: 3 hours

Class Fee: $40

Recommended for:

  • Teachers and high school students
  • Health instructors
  • Coaches and sports trainers
  • Parents, social services employees and babysitters (11+)
  • OSHA construction workers
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to save a life

* We will conduct this class off-site upon request with a $60.00 fee per student.

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