First Aid CPR AED classes – American Red Cross certifications

First Aid CPR AED classes at your business or home

We instruct the American Red Cross’ First Aid CPR AED course at businesses and homes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. We can also award American Heart Association certifications on request.

There is no minimum number of people needed to set up a class with us. We bring all of the training equipment — you only need to provide a space to have our class.

All certifications are valid for two years. Certification cards can be delivered to you as an e-Card or a traditional paper certification card. The choice is yours.

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First Aid CPR AED Skills Sessions

This blended learning approach allows you to take most of the First Aid CPR AED course online.  After completing the online portion of the course, we come to you for a “Skills Session.”  This is a short class focused on practicing and demonstrating the physical skills of the course with our First Aid supplies, CPR manikins and AED trainers.

The online portion of the course takes about 1.5 to 2.5 hours depending on how fast you read.

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First Aid

You can also take a First Aid class and exclude CPR AED training.

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Travel Area

We travel throughout the San Francisco Bay Area to instruct First Aid CPR AED classes at businesses and homes. We serve these counties: Marin, Solano, Contra Costa, Napa, Sonoma, Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara.

Course Content

  • Checking an Injured or Ill Person: checking a responsive person, checking an unresponsive person.
  • Cardiac Emergencies: heart attack, cardiac arrest, infant CPR, child CPR, adult CPR, using an AED, working as a team.
  • Choking: signs and symptoms of choking, first aid for choking for adults, children and infants.
  • Sudden Illness: respiratory distress, asthma, allergic reactions and anaphylaixis, diabetic emergencies, seizures, fainting, stroke.
  • Traumatic Injuries: shock, internal bleeding, wounds, burns, muscle, bone and joint injuries, head, neck and spinal injuries, nose and mouth injuries, chest injuries, abdominal injuries, pelvic injuries, using a tourniquet.
  • Environmental Injuries and Illnesses: exposure injuries and illnesses, poisoning, bites and stings, rash-causing plants, lightning-strike injuries.