CPR Classes for All Needs
Know CPR offers nationally-accredited American Safety & Health
Institute (ASHI) and MEDIC FIRST AID CPR programs. All CPR programs
offered by Know CPR meet the requirements or standards of the Occupational
Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).
CPR and First Aid for Daycare Providers
This course is designed for
daycare providers. This program is nationally recognized and includes
adult, child, infant CPR, AED, and First Aid training.
Depending on your state, immediately upon successful completion of this
training, the participants will receive either an American Safety & Health
Institute course completion card (Community CPR) or a MEDIC FIRST AID (Pediatric CPR & First Aid) course completion card.
This program meets OSHA & PQAS standards.
CPR for the Community & Workplace
This CPR program is
nationally-recognized and includes Adult, Child and Infant CPR, AED, and
choking procedures. This is typically taught to non-medical professions,
daycare providers, life guards, babysitters, and individuals wanting to
promote a safer community or work environment.
The Chain of Survival &
automated external defibrillators (AEDs)
Symptoms of a heart attack
Chest compressions and rescue
Choking & SIDS (Sudden Infant
Immediately upon successful
completion of this training, the participants will receive an American
Safety & Health Institute course completion card with a suggested retraining
date of two years.
CPR for the Professional Rescuer
course is for Healthcare Providers (and related fields) and includes techniques
for rescue breathing, CPR and relief of obstructed airways for both conscious
and unconscious adult, child and infant victims. In addition, two-rescuer CPR,
use of the plastic face mask (mouth-to-barrier device), the modified jaw thrust
for trauma victims and use of an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) will be
covered. Immediately upon successful completion of this training, the
participants will receive an American Safety & Health Institute course
completion card with a suggested retraining date of two years