Classes are offered in a blended format. The blended class consist of online instruction and practical skills evaluation with an instructor.
- Allow 2-6 hours to complete the online modules.
- You can log out and log in multiple times until you complete the course.
- You MUST Complete the online portion at least 2 hours prior to arriving at the training center.
Practical Skills Session:
- The skills portion, will be at our Peoria Arizona Training Center on the date and time scheduled.
- Will take approximately 1 1/2 hours to complete.
- This is a group skills section, please arrive 5 mins early to get signed in.
- Certification cards will NOT be issued without attending and passing the hands on practical skills session.
Adult, Child and Infant CPR and AED is designed for fitness trainers or someone who just wants CPR training. It provides Adults, Child and Infant CPR with an AED.
Frequently Asked Questions – Classes
As a medical professional, which class is required for the state certification or license?
Whether an EMT or Paramedic in the pre-hospital setting; in-hospital medical professionals like RN, LPN, CNA and students working in a clinical hospital setting; or public safety personnel; require the advanced CPR skills taught in the Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR class.
What are the differences in the various First Aid classes?
The two adult classes offer the same First Aid curriculum which is focused on First for adults. The Pediatric First Aid teaches many of the same skills, but with more focus on providing care to children and infants.
What is included in the CPR with AED?
CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) with the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) teaches how to increase the chance of survival of a person in cardiac distress. Being trained to use an AED allows a lay person, and professionals, to provide automatic diagnoses of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias (ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia) and is able to treat them through defibrillation, the application of electricity which stops the arrhythmia, allowing the heart to reestablish an effective rhythm. Each class begins with adult skills and pediatric (all ages) extend the skills to children and infants.
I am an adult (usually geriatric), in-home, care giver, which the recommended class?
In-home care usually requires the adult training. In some cases, where children and infants are involved, may require the pediatric curriculum.
I am employed by a school district as a special education teacher, coach, etc. which require First Aid with CPR and AED. Which is the right class?
Pediatric Only CPR, AED and First Aid meet the requirements for most school districts.
What is required for Child Care Providers, Foster Parents or Adoptive Parents?
Pediatric Only CPR, AED and First Aid meet the requirements