American Training Locations

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training has become very popular in the US over the last several years. Numerous CPR and first aid training providers have popped up all over the country but none offer better quality training than us. We have eight training classes, available in all six of our training locations. If you want to enroll in a training class with us, you can visit a location page and look at the list of class schedules and rates for that provider. Learning CPR and getting certified for it is as easy as completing an enrollment form!

Enrollment/Signing up for training

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All our CPR trainers are certified rescuers themselves. This ensures that our students receive the best training possible.

Sign up is pretty simple. Each of our training locations has its own website and an online application form. The form can be completed at any time of the day and requests are sent to us as soon as you complete them. However, like e-mails and telephone calls, we only process requests during business hours. You can expect a confirmation of your enrollment during that time.

Similarly, we encourage interested students to sign up in person or visit us during our business hours. Our staff will be glad to help you with whatever you need or what inquiries you may have.

American Training Locations

We can be found in five states in the United States, spaced out over six cities. All of our locations carry the same set of courses and the same training fees, though the schedules change depending on the needs of our students.

  1. California – Los Angeles CPR, San Francisco CPR
  2. Hawaii – Honolulu CPR
  3. Nevada – Las Vegas CPR
  4. Oregon – Portland CPR
  5. Washington – Seattle CPR

CPR and First Aid Classes

We divide our classes into three main categories: (1) basic CPR, (2) advanced CPR, and (3) re-certification. The basic CPR curricula use the 2010 Basic Life Support guidelines, focusing on core CPR skills and basic first aid. Advanced curricula use the Advanced Life Support guidelines, focusing on medical management for adult and pediatric cases. Re-certification is offered to students who need to renew existing CPR and first aid training credentials.

Basic CPR

  • Heartsaver – lay persons course. 4 hours
  • Heartsaver C – health care providers course, 4.5 hours
  • Basic Life Support – health care providers course – 4.5 hours

Advanced CPR

  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support – allied health professional course, 14 hours
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support – allied health professional course, 16 hours

Sign up for training today!

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