CPR training is a popular course offered by numerous providers in the US. Basic CPR, advanced CPR, and first aid are common specialties by these providers, but with us, all three are available in all our training locations. We have a total of eight courses offered in six provider locations. Tuition rates are the cheapest compared to other providers in the same area. You won’t have to think twice about enrolling in one of our CPR/first courses.
CPR/first aid courses
We divide our courses into basic CPR, advanced CPR, and re-certification classes.There are three basic CPR, two advanced CPR, and three re-certification classes offered through the week (including evenings and weekends if we cannot accommodate all students who want to enroll in our courses’ regular schedules).
- Heartsaver – general public, 4 hrs.
- Heartsaver C – health care providers, 4.5 hrs.
- Basic Life Support for HCPs – 4.5 hrs.
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support – 14 hrs.
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support – 16 hrs.
- Basic Life Support for HCPs re-certification – 4 hrs.
- PALS re-certification – 5 to 6 hrs.
- ACLS re-certification – 6 to 8 hrs.
The classes listed above are offered in all our training locations at the same rates. Schedules can be different among these locations, but the schedules and courses themselves are the same.
Certificates for CPR training
After a student has successfully completed the CPR and first aid training course, we will award him or her with a training credential. The credential is valid for 24 months before it expires, but can be renewed (before expiry) in a re-certification class
Training locations in the US
You can sign up for training in six cities all over the country, spaced out over five states. We have several locations in order to make quality CPR and first aid training more accessible to our students.
- Los Angeles CPR
- San Francisco CPR
- Honolulu CPR
- Las Vegas CPR
- Portland CPR
- Seattle CPR
If any of these courses are near you and you want to sign up for CPR/first aid training, you may do so in person or over the telephone during business hours. We encouraged our trainees to also sign up using the internet (a popular option for younger students), on each provider location website. There is an online form that can be filled out with the trainee’s details and the class and schedule he or she wants to take.