There are a number of reasons to register for a CPR and First Aid course—maybe you need a refresher course, are required by and employer, or simply want to be prepared for whatever life throws your way. Whatever your reasoning, we will help you get there. Certification is simple. All you have to do is register for our CPR and First Aid course online now!
About 88% of cardiac arrests occur at home and away from medical professionals.
Brain damage occurs if the brain loses its oxygen supply for as little as six minutes. If you’re CPR and First Aid certified, you can start chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to continue the flow of oxygen. This can not only save a life, but prevent permanent brain damage.
Less than 8% of people who suffer from cardiac arrest will survive.
Cardiac arrest can happen anywhere. Only 32% of victims get CPR from a bystander. A CPR certification will give you the confidence to step up and help those in need. You can single-handedly raise that statistic. Performing CPR immediately can double their chance of survival.
It can help you in the workplace.
Many employers require their employees to have a CPR and First Aid certification.But this course doesn’t only help adults, it’s also a great course for teens. If your teen wants to work with kids, either as a babysitter or in an after school program, these certifications are vital. CPR and First Aid certification is also a requirement for becoming a lifeguard.
It will give you confidence.
Knowing that you could save a life at any moment is extremely empowering. You’ll get peace of mind knowing that you are prepared for any dangerous situation that you may stumble upon.
You’ll gain essential medical knowledge.
The course covers how to care for people of all ages: infants, toddlers, children, teens, adults, and seniors. You’ll learn how to treat burns, broken bones, cuts, head injuries, and more!
If you’re interested in earning a certification, but can’t make it this Saturday, look at our constantly changing list of available courses!