American Training Locations

CPR Training Courses in Regina
Our lecture rooms are spacious and airconditioned, with comfortable seats and desks.

Because of more and more students applying to our CPR courses, we decided to open and maintain six locations in the United States. All of the locations offer the same programs at the same rates. While the schedules are different per location, all courses are typically available through the week. All of our courses are also certification classes, so if you complete all your requirements, we will award you with a training credential that is valid for two years.

Signing up for CPR training

You can visit any of our provider websites and sign up for the training program you want using the online application form. Other ways to enroll for CPR training is through e-mail, telephone call, and in person. The form and e-mails can be filled out and sent at any time of the day, however, telephone calls and walk-ins can only be done during normal operating hours.

CPR training programs at our providers

We categorize our training programs into two categories: Basic and Advanced Life Support. Basic courses teach one and/or two-person CPR rescue, basic first aid, and defibrillation. They usually take a single 4-hour session to complete. There are no requirements that we request from trainees who take Basic Life Support programs.

  1. Basic CPR and AED training – 4 hours, curriculum: one-person CPR, first aid, and defibrillation (general public)
  2. Basic CPR and AED training (C) – 4.5 hours, curriculum: one-person CPR, first aid, and defibrillation (healthcare providers)
  3. Basic Life Support for HCPs – 4.5 hours, curriculum: one and two-person CPR, first aid, and defibrillation (healthcare providers)

Advanced Life Support courses are only for healthcare professionals. Trainees need to train in a Basic Life Support for HCPs program before they can start advanced courses. Both advanced courses are focused on the medical management of cardiac arrest – medication administration, use of equipment, and diagnostic examinations.

  1. Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 16 hours; curriculum: medical management of adult patients
  2. Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) – 14 hours; curriculum: medical management of infants, toddlers, and younger children

Training locations

You can apply for a program at any of the following locations:

  • Los Angeles, California
  • San Francisco, California
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Seattle, Washington

Get the name of our provider by adding the word “CPR” at the end of the city’s name (e.g. Seattle CPR). Enroll today!

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