CPR for Healthcare Providers


Basic Aid & CPR Certification Course (Saturdays)


The CPR course offered by the American Heart Association (AHA) equips participants with the skills to promptly identify various life-threatening emergencies, deliver essential first aid, perform high-quality chest compressions, provide appropriate ventilation, and apply early defibrillation using an AED. The curriculum is aligned with the latest American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC), integrating the most current scientific knowledge and educational insights.

This training serves to strengthen the understanding of healthcare professionals regarding the critical role of early CPR and defibrillation. Participants learn the fundamental steps of CPR, techniques for relieving choking, proper utilization of an AED, and the significance of each link in the chain of survival. Included in the course fee are a comprehensive course book and a pocket mask. The course is condensed into a single meeting.

Course Details:

  • Cost: $65.00
  • Who should take this course? The AHA’s CPR Course is specifically designed for healthcare professionals and other individuals requiring proficiency in CPR and basic cardiovascular life support skills. It caters to a diverse range of in-facility and pre-hospital settings.

What the course covers:

  1. High-quality CPR techniques for adults, children, and infants.
  2. Understanding and application of the AHA Chain of Survival, with a focus on BLS components.
  3. Early and effective utilization of an AED.
  4. Proper ventilation techniques using a barrier device.
  5. Team dynamics in multi-rescuer resuscitation, emphasizing effective collaboration as a team member during CPR scenarios involving multiple rescuers.
  6. Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for both adults and infants.
  7. Administration of basic first aid procedures.

Enroll in the AHA’s CPR Course to acquire these vital life-saving skills and enhance your preparedness in emergency situations.