Who takes this?

Individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers but desire or are required to be certified in basic emergency medical care, including certification in CPR and the use of an AED.

Is their a test?

No. Unless Required for by your workplace

What’s in it?

Oxygen and the Human Body, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR),Early Defibrillation,
Chain of Survival, Secondary Cardiac Arrest, Opioid Overdose, Children and Infants, CPR and AED Provider, Recognizing an Emergency, Deciding to Help, Personal Safety, Infectious Bloodborne Diseases, Standard Precautions, Personal Protective Equipment, Legal Considerations — Consent, Legal Considerations — Implied Consent, Legal Considerations — Abandonment, Legal Considerations — Good Samaritan Laws, Calling for Help, Chest Compressions, Rescue Breaths — Establishing an Airway, Rescue Breaths — Using a CPR Mask Rescue Breaths — Using an Overlay, Shield, Recovery Position, Caring for Cardiac Arrest, Multiple Provider Approach to CPR, Automated External Defibrillation,  Choking — Mild Obstruction, Choking — Severe Obstruction, Choking — Children and Infants, Emotional Considerations

How much does it cost?

$45.00 per student as a stand alone class

$65.00 per student for both CPR and AED

How long does the certification last?

2 Years

When will I get my card?

Within 24 hours of course completion unless otherwise specified.