MOBILE TO YOU CPR TRAINING AND PUBLIC CLASSES by JTA CPR
For businesses that require CPR certification or those that want to give their employees a skill for their private lives, on-site CPR training and certification classes (along with AED training) can offer a great way to get employees trained in lifesaving first aid techniques while losing the least amount of productivity.
Rather than having to send employees outside the company for off-site classes, they can finish their training and be ready to go to work when the CPR training course is over.
On-site training also allows for easier record keeping. Your company will know when employees are due for CPR recertification and can schedule a group class at the same time every year.
Sending employees out to get their own certification on an individual basis means not knowing when an employee may be out of compliance with certification requirements. That may mean lost work days on the part of the employee and more dire consequences for the company in the event of an audit of first aid and CPR certifications.
Performing CPR in the first few minutes can change survival rates of the child victim from 3% to 85%.
This CPR/First Aid Class is by far the best certification program I have ever taken! Jenn and Dennis were extremely informative and really passionate about what they were teaching.
Our CPR Class Certification Options
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Where are our classes?
For group CPR and first aid training, we come to your location on your schedule. Individuals come to one of our public classes.
How soon can we book a date?
Sometimes within a couple days, but one to two weeks notice is suggested.
How soon do we receive our certification cards?
American Heart Association (AHA) and Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) child care cards are usually issued right at the end of class; Red Cross first aid certification cards usually arrive within 24 hours by email.
What do we need space wise at our office?
A conference room works well, or just enough room for students to practice CPR on the floor. Carpeted floors are helpful for the first aid certification training.
How and when do we pay?
Companies can pay for CPR training classes by check or credit card, and be invoiced. Individuals pre-pay online here.
Anything else needed for the class?
Some CPR training classes need a DVD/TV others don’t. Your instructor will let you know when they confirm head counts for the number of people registered 48 hours before the class starts.
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