American Training Locations

Using gauze on a bleeding knee injury (first aid)
Using gauze on a bleeding knee injury (first aid)

Because of numerous requests to open more locations around the country, we currently have six training providers in six cities spread out over five states. All of our providers have the same set of CPR training courses and the same training rates and fees. We offer a total of eight CPR training classes – five CPR courses and three re-certification classes.

Please visit our training location webpages for our contact details and a list of available classes and schedules. Online enrolment forms are also offered on the provider webpages for quick enrolment.

Training provider locations in the US

  • Los Angeles, California
  • San Francisco, California
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Seattle, Washington

Just add ‘CPR’ to the city name that’s the name of our provider in that city (e.g. Los Angeles CPR, San Francisco CPR, etc.).

Worldwide health statistics (World Health Organization)

The WHO releases periodic reports on the state of the health in the world. According to their latest reports, ischemic heart disease and stroke are in the top two spots in the leading causes of mortality. Heart disease is also in the top ten leading causes of death in most countries all over the world. This makes learning CPR extremely important, as heart disease and stroke often lead to cardiac arrest if unmanaged. CPR is able to help restore spontaneous beating of the heart with chest compressions and rescue breaths, as well as provide manual circulation of blood in the body.

Our CPR training courses

We have eight training CPR training courses in our providers. These courses teach either Basic Life Support of Advanced Life Support, depending on the program you take. Either one or two-person CPR is taught, along with automated external defibrillation (AED) and basic first aid. First aid is an important part of our training programs, primarily for common emergencies such as burns, bleeding, and choking. You can enrol for any of the following programs to get certified in CPR training.

Basic Life Support

  • Heartsaver CPR – general public, 4 hours
  • Heartsaver CPR (C) – healthcare providers, 4.5 hours
  • Basic Life Support (for HCPs) – 4.5 hours, re-certification – 4 hours

Advanced Life Support

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support – HCPs, 16 hours, re-certification – 5 to 6 hours
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support – HCPs, 14 hours, re-certification – 6 hours and 20 mintues / 8 hours and 20 minutes

Certification

Certificates we award trainees are valid for two years. Before they expire, they can be renewed through a re-certification program that accompanies the training program they initially took. We do not renew expired certification, so remember to renew your credentials! The certificates you receive from us are valid all over the country for whatever requirement (work or school) you may need it for.

 

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