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Do you need to be CPR and First Aid certified?

The American Heart Association’s AED & First Aid certified training course includes all the major emergencies such as: cardiac arrest, choking, fractured bones, bleeding emergencies, serious allergies, poisoning and burns.

Instruction Includes:

  • How to manage an emergency until help arrives
  • First Aid basics
  • Medical emergencies
  • Injury emergencies
  • Environmental emergences
  • Injury prevention
  • Illness prevention

Course Format:

During the course, an AHA Instructor conducts video-based lessons and works with students to complete their first aid skills practice and testing.


Students will receive an American Heart Association 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: 4 hours

Class Fee: $50 per attendee

Recommended for:

This class is recommended for anyone that wants to learn basic first aid and what do immediately when someone is ill or injured.

* We will conduct this class of-site upon request with a $100.00 fee per student.

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