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Does the course cover adult, child, and infant modules?
Yes, no matter which course you sign up for, they all cover adult, child, and infant CPR, AED, and use of the AED machine.
What can I expect when I arrive?
Our classes are taught in a relaxed environment. Come learn in a class with an instructor supportive of healthcare professionals who is focused on their success. Our learning environment provides for a nearly 100% pass rate because extra time and attention can be provided to students who require it. The small size of the class and the individual attention also allows for shorter classes than those generally conducted in larger groups and in hospital settings. Most Often our students leave the classes saying that they have learned more in this class than any of their previous classes.
When will I receive my card?
You will receive your card the same day via email from The American Heart Association.
Is it a hard copy card or digital card?
All cards are now digital and will be sent directly to the email address provided when you took the course.
Are your certifications AHA approved?
Yes, all of the certifications are done through The American Heart Association
What is the difference between the BLS course and the CPR/AED course?
The BLS course is for anyone working in the medical field. The CPR/AED course is for anyone else that is not considered a medical profession
How long does my certification last?
All of the certifications are valid for 2 years.
Can you come to our location to teach a group class?
Yes, we can send an instructor out to your location as long as you meet our minimum. Please contact us for details.
Will I receive a certificate if I take the Family & Friends course?
No, the Family & Friends course is designed specifically for someone who is looking to learn CPR but does not need a certificate for work, school, or any other reason. If you would like a certificate, please sign up for either a Heartsaver course or BLS course.