In Home CPR FAQ’s
What is an “In Home CPR” class?
I teach CPR, BLS and first aid classes on-demand and on-site. I travel to you and bring all of the training equipment — all you have to do is provide the space for our class. The idea behind In Home CPR is to make taking a safety class more convenient for you.
How do I set up a class with you?
If you are ready to set up a class with me, have a couple dates and times in mind when you contact me. You can call me at 415-225-8586 or Email: Chris@InHomeCPR.com.
What courses can you certify me in?
- Heartsaver CPR AED
- Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers. Also called BLS.
- Heartsaver First Aid
- Heartsaver First Aid with CPR AED
- Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid with CPR AED
- Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens
- CPR AED
- First Aid
- First Aid with CPR AED
- Pediatric First Aid with CPR AED
- Bloodborne Pathogens
Can I get my certification card the day of the class?
Yes! For American Heart Association classes, I can bring your certification card to our class and give it to you at the end of the class. For American Red Cross classes, certifications are process the same day. Certifications can also be received as an eCard.
How long is a certification good for?
All certifications are good for two years.
Will you replace my lost or destroyed certification card?
If you took your certification class with me, yes, I will replace your card free of charge. I do recommend that all students who receive a certification card from me make a digital copy of their card: snap a picture of it with your phone or scan it. Many employers and agencies are okay with a digital version of your card as proof that you have a certification.
Can you do classes for large groups?
Yes, I bring other instructors to assist me if needed.
Will you come to my business to teach a class?
Absolutely! And I encourage it. We can practice safety skills in the working environment you are most likely to use them.
Can you customize a class for me?
Yes, if you do not need a certification class, talk with me about the safety skills you want to learn.
Besides CPR and using an AED, here are additional topics I can teach you to respond to: infant, toddler and child choking using the Heimlich maneuver and back blows, mild or severe bleeding, burns, diabetic emergencies, strokes and heart attacks, anaphylaxis, poisoning, heat and cold related illnesses, bites and stings, sprains and fractures, fainting and seizures.
Can you teach on short notice?
If I’m available, I will teach on very short notice.
Do you have a classroom we could use for our class?
Yes, I have a classroom in Redwood City that seats up to 15 students.
Where in the San Francisco Bay Area will you travel to teach classes?
I travel throughout the Bay Area. Classes within roughly 40 miles of Redwood City, CA are at my stated prices. I add a small driving fee for locations further than 40 miles.