CPR Certification

The CPR certification is required in many professions including; doctors, nurses, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, life guards, athletic trainers, child care providers, flight attendants, correction officers, security guards and social workers. CPR is crucial in a moment of cardiac arrest and certification can be the difference between life and death.

Being CPR certified is an affordable way to prepare yourself for a life threatening situation. Anyone can learn CPR and become certified. The American Red Cross provides in person, online and simulated learning CPR certification programs. The American Heart Association (AHA) updates their CPR guidelines every five years. According to the AHA, you must renew your CPR certification every two years.

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