Available Training Sessions:
It is designed for COE personnel who want or need a certification that satisfies OSHA workplace or other regulatory requirements. This class is taught in a blended learning format and the online portion (accessed via mobile desktop or tablet) must be completed prior to attending the Instructor-led skills session. Upon successful completion a valid 2 year digital certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED is issued.
Each training session must have a minimum of 6 and maximum of 12 participants. If minimum is not met the class will be rescheduled.
Group sessions can be scheduled by contacting email@example.com
Why Take a First Aid Class?
Be prepared to act when emergencies arise with First Aid courses from the American Red Cross. Developed and taught by experts, our training satisfies OSHA, workplace or other regulatory requirements. From personalized learning to interactive scenarios to peer-to-peer learning and hands-on skill practice, you will be prepared to provide care when it’s needed most.
What Is CPR and Why Should I Learn It?
It’s The Difference Between Life and Death.
With a half-million cardiac arrests each year, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) can help save a life if a person’s breathing or heart stops. It’s not just for healthcare workers and emergency responders. In fact, CPR can double or triple the chance of survival when bystanders take action. The American Red Cross helps train you safely, effectively and confidently, so you’re prepared for the minutes that matter the most.
Get CPR/AED certified – and learn how to help when it’s needed most.
You may not realize it, but the response time for first responders after 911 is called averages 8-12 minutes, and during sudden cardiac arrest – each minute that defibrillation is delayed reduces someone’s chances of survival by approximately 10%. This is why, at the American Red Cross, we support the position that improved training and access to AEDs could save 50,000 lives each year. In fact, we believe that all Americans should be within four minutes of an AED and someone trained to use it.