First Aid and BLS/CPR Training for Healthcare and 
First Response Professionals
and the Community

Following American Heart Association standards

What we do:

We provide First Aid and CPR training for healthcare professionals, first responders, and those within the community.

Because we  teach AHA BLS courses and are an approved Health & Safety Institute Training Center,  we can match your organization's training standards and ensure your credentials are nationally accepted.

We train hospital and home health workers, physician and dental offices, pharmacists, Fire/EMS/Law enforcement, security officers, lifeguards, industrial response teams - just a few examples of who we serve for first aid and BLS/CPR training and certification.

 

The ASHI, EMS Safety, MEDIC First Aid, and HSI Training Center logo is a registered trademark of Health & Safety Institute or its affilitates. All rights reserved.

CAPCE Units available

As an HSI Training Center, we can provide Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) for our training programs.  Just tell us in advance if you want the CEHs.  

We also offer online courses with continuing education credits for EMT/Paramedic, Nurses, and others.
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Contact us for more information on these courses.

Contact us today to schedule your class now!

Minimum of 6 per class, we follow COVID guidelines and ensure each student has access to his or her own manakin and mask.

Courses can be blended, meaning we can do the full course in person or take the classroom portion online and just come in-person for the skills assessment.

Caregivers, church and community groups, restaurant and hotel staff, construction workers, babysitters - more examples of who may need to know first aid and CPR skills. 

Interested in CPR without all the fuss? Take our CPR-light version: learn the skills without taking a written exam.

Community groups, teachers, HOAs, new parents, high school and college students - examples of who may want to know the skills but don't need the written exam or formal certification.