Thursday, 10. October 2019, CPR Florida of Miami, How to sign up for a cpr aed bls class in Miami

from 10. October 2019 - 9:15
till 31. December 2019 - 12:30

CPR Florida of Miami

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Everyone in Miami should learn how to perform cpr and what to do if someone is choking or needs a defibrillator!
CPR and BLS Classes should be compulsory for every parent as well as those working with children and young people. In fact they really should teach cardiac pulmonary resuscitation and other first aid skills at school so that everyone has access to learning this potentially lifesaving skill.
Why CPR Florida?  We are the #1 ranked and official authorized provider of American Heart Association, ASHI and Red Cross certification training courses including: Heartsaver CPR AED, Healthcare Provider BLS, PALS, ACLS, Oxygen, Bloodborne Pathogens and PET cpr & First Aid. 
Convenience:   Come to our sites in West Palm Beach, Miami, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale or Tallahassee.  We can even travel to your school, office, business, clinic or home anywhere in FL for private, small or large group trainings. 
The Red Cross or the American Heart Association can often help schools and colleges run these programs. Why not learn child/infant CPR today? It is bad enough to witness a fatality but imagine if you found out later that the person, your child perhaps or another loved one, could have lived if you or someone else at the scene had performed pediatric CPR. Our emergency services are terrific but they cannot always be where they are needed and while you are waiting for them to arrive the person could die. Studies have shown that starting CPR and using an AED can save lives. Once the heart stops beating you do not have much time before it will not be possible to restart it. At CPR training, which can take place locally or you can take a class online, you will learn three different but related CPR techniques being those for children, for infants and for adults. The process to save a child is a slightly modified version of that applied to an *****. For an infant it is quite different. If you ever have to perform cardiac pulmonary resuscitation on an infant and you are on your own you should do one minute of CPR prior to calling 911 for an ambulance and then continue doing chest compressions and giving rescue breaths until the ambulance arrives.
Do you have to have any previous medical certification? CPR classes do not require you to have any formal qualifications or existing medical knowledge. Some people don’t attend out of fear they will be ridiculed or will make a fool of themselves. The instructor will have seen it all before and remember you are learning how to potentially save someone’s life. There is nothing to ridicule about that. On completion of your course you should receive a certification card and a sheet to help keep your knowledge of first aid fresh and up to date. CPR recertification keeps you up to date! You will have to recertify, usually every two years, if you want to retain your qualification. The thinking and practice behind the best way to administer the technique is constantly being investigated and improved upon. While the basics at CPR classes will remain the same, you may find out new knowledge when you go for CPR recertification that could lead to you saving someone else’s life.
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