During an emergency situation where a victim has stopped breathing, CPR skills would come in handy. Each year, nearly 400,000 people in the United States suffer out-of hospital cardiac arrest. Less than 8% of those who suffer an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survive. Less than 1/3 of the casualties who experience out-of-hospital cardiac arrest receive bystander CPR. Immediate care that includes effective CPR can double or triple a casualty’s chance of survival. CPR attempts to restore circulation of the blood and prevent death or brain damage due to lack of oxygen going to the brain and other vital organs. CPR is an emergency practice which consists of external cardiac massage and artificial respiration. Within minutes, no oxygen will cause severe damage to the organs such as brain damage and will ultimately result in death. An emergency can happen anywhere and everywhere- in your home, church, school, place of employment, at the grocery store, at the park… You never know- but you can always be prepared.
American CPR Training™ is America's Favorite CPR, AED & First Aid Training™ ... ½ the Time, ½ the Price, and TWICE the Fun!™ which provides CPR certification training that is affordable and convenient. Taking one of our courses would help you prepare to become a lifesaver anywhere you may be.
What topics do you teach?
CPR, FA, AED, BBP and Forklift Safety are among the most popular courses American CPR Training™ offers; and in addition also offers safety training in all aspects of Environmental Health & Safety along with consulting, products, management, and other services.
How long is your CPR course?
2 ½ hours - Includes Adult, Child, and Infant C.A.R.E. CPR™; including AED principles, and Compression Only CPR, too! A 2 year certification card is included as well as Student Handbook, CPR Reminder Pen, & Student Practice Materials!
How soon does a person start to die?
An individual’s brain can stay alive for about 4-6 minutes after breathing and heartbeat have stopped.
Is AED included?
AED principles are included in the training per guideline requirements. AED training falls hand-in-hand with CPR training and is highly recommended and scheduled as a combined course with CPR. Combining them saves you time and money!