CPR Certification Courses

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Ohio CPR Certification Locations

Middletown, OH CPR Certification Courses

3210 S Main St, Middletown, OH 45044

Middletown, OH CPR Certifications.

Join our Middletown, OH CPR classes and become a community hero! Located in the heart of Middletown, our expert-led courses offer hands-on training in life-saving techniques. Whether you’re a first-time learner or a professional, our comprehensive programs cater to all skill levels. Gain confidence in CPR, AED usage, and first aid in our supportive environment. With flexible scheduling and state-of-the-art facilities, becoming certified has never been easier. Join us and make a difference—because every second counts in an emergency.

Sign up today and be prepared to be a lifesaver! 

Class offerings:

CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, and Healthcare level courses.

 

Mason, OH CPR Certification Courses 

First In Last Out CPR & First Aid LLC

7577 Central Parke Boulevard Suite 128, Mason, Ohio 45040, United States

513-808-3539    rchapman@firstinlastoutcpr.com

 

https://firstinlastoutcpr.com/

Mason, OH CPR Classes.

We believe in a personalized approach to training and offer a variety of classes to meet your needs. Code Blue Training makes staying on top of your CPR certifications easy. Training will be tailored based on your background while ensuring we meet AHA® standards.

Flexible class scheduling is available to meet everyone’s needs. Classes are available on days, nights, and weekends. We offer courses on a rotating schedule at our office location.

Earn Your American Heart Association certifications locally in Mason, OH!

Class offerings:

CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, and Healthcare level courses.

 

About Code Blue CPR Certification Courses

When searching for CPR certification courses, it can often feel daunting or confusing to know where to go and who to trust. When you are required to have a certification for work or school, you want to know that the class you take will satisfy the needs of your employer or educational institution. Code Blue Training manages a network of instructors across the country who can offer you the certifications that you need. All instructors listed on our website are not only vetted but also trained by Code Blue Training to offer the gold standard in CPR certification courses. Accredited and approved by the American Heart Association. When you take one of our instructors American Heart Association classes, such as CPR, AED, BLS, ACLS, or PALS. You receive a certification from the American Heart Association (AHA).

cpr certification courses

American Heart Association certifications are typically what is looked for by employees or schools as the certification that is accepted. To offer AHA courses, one must go through rigorous training and monitored teaching to provide such certification. We pride ourselves on being an American Heart Association training site that trains such instructors to provide you with the certifications you need.

We have instructors that offer the classes you may be looking for! Such as:

Heartsaver CPR AED First Aid

Basic Life Support (BLS)

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

Pediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS)

All Classes are American Heart Association AHA Classes!

Whenever searching for “CPR classes near me” consider Code Blue Training a directory to link you to an instructor that can service your needs!

Our mission is to be the best in teaching life-saving education such as CPR, First Aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, and CEU/CME. We strive to achieve this goal by having the highest standards of excellence and professionalism when teaching our students and supporting our instructors.

All classes are low-pressure with high-quality training to help you feel comfortable and at ease while learning. Our vision is that one day most of the population will have access to life- saving training through code blue training and our instructors. In the hopes of increasing survival rates for cardiac arrest victims and the treatment of patients by healthcare professionals.

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