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Where Can I Find CPR Certification Near Me?

September 7, 2018 | Dr. Mary Williams, RN, DC | Comments

Looking for CPR and First Aid certification classes near where you live? There are a variety of ways to search out local classes and get your training in a convenient place. Here’s a look at your options.

The AHA.

The American Heart Association has a Course Locator tool http://cpr.heart.org/AHAECC/CPRAndECC/FindACourse/UCM_473162_Find-A-Course.jsp that’s easy to use. Just enter your city or Zip code, ant it’ll tell you what classes are near you—as well as other details, such as the dates of upcoming classes, the names of instructors, phone numbers and email addresses, and even the number of seats available.

The Red Cross.

The Red Cross also lets you search for CPR AED certification classes near you https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/cpr. The results show you the cost of classes, customer reviews, dates and times, and a summary of the type of class and the certification you’ll receive.  Just enter your location in the search box on the top right, and get your results.

Your local school.

Middle and high schools often provide CPR training in the classroom to kids of all ages. If you want to find a local class and you have a kid in school, ask the physical education teacher or sports coach. It’s likely they’re CPR certified themselves, and know where you can pick up CPR training classes in your area.

Your local fire department.

Many fire departments run CPR certification courses for laypeople. If you’re looking for cheap CPR courses near you, this is a great place to start. The classes are likely to be very affordable, as the mission for programs like these is usually to get more people CPR certified rather than make a profit. And the instructors are often trained firefighters with a lot of experience.

Online CPR certification courses.

If you’re looking for convenient CPR, First Aid, and AED courses as near to you as possible, you can’t go wrong with online CPR certification.

Look for a CPR certification provider that’s AHA- or Red Cross-compliant, with experienced instructors and in-depth video content that allows you plenty of time to practice before you take the test. In addition, look for a program with great reviews and a history of at least several years in business.

You may or may not need your CPR certification for work. Even if you don’t, however, look for a program that’s accepted by a wide range of employers throughout the country. That’s a good indicator of quality.

Sure, it’s easy to type “CPR training classes near me” into a search engine and find a local CPR certification course that way. But there are more precise ways to find a CPR training course near you.

Try the course locators on the AHA and Red Cross websites. If you don’t find anything convenient, ask at your local fire department or schools in your area—these are usually in the know, and may offer classes themselves.

And remember that online CPR certification is an excellent option—and the most convenient of all.


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