American Training Locations

Heartburn

Heartburn is a common emergency that we will teach you about in our first aid lessons. First aid is a part of all our basic courses.

Each year millions of Americans get trained in giving basic and advanced CPR. There are numerous courses offered all over the country, for both the general public and health care professionals. You can enroll in a Basic Life Support course or something more complicated such as Advanced Life Support. These programs are available all through the week at various schedules, to give our trainees different options for their training.

Enrollment is quite easy on our location websites, with the application form. The form is available all day so you can enroll whenever is the most convenient for you. We also accept applications through e-mail, telephone call, and in person. The last two options can only be used during business hours, so be sure to visit or call us during that time.

Locations in the US

In the US, our providers are located in six cities over five states. We have two providers in California, while the rest of the following states have one provider each.

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

So you won’t forget the name of our providers, simply add the word CPR to the city name and there you have it!

Programs: Basic and Advanced Life Support

When managing cardiac arrest, there are two guidelines upon which our programs are based. Basic Life Support is the first level of care receive by a victim, especially if he or she gets a heart attack outside of the hospital. This level of care involves mainly compressions and ventilation, as well as defibrillation, if an AED is available.

Basic Life Support

  • Heartsaver CPR/AED (general public) – 4 hours
  • Heartsaver CPR/AED C (HCPs) – 4.5 hours
  • Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers – 4.5 hours

Advanced Life Support

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 16 hours
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) – 14 hours

All of the courses listed above are certification programs; just remember to have complete attendance and a passing grade on all the tests and you will receive a CPR training credential. They are valid for two years before they need to be renewed. If your credential is nearing expiry, we have re-certification available for ACLS, PALS, and BLS for HCPs training.

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