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Please read the following course descriptions carefully to verify you are attending the proper class.

This American Heart Association couse is designed for anyone in the medical field requiring CPR training: Nurses; physicians; Emergency Medical Technicians; Paramedics; nursing assistants (CNA's); physical, occupational, respiratory therapists and others.

This is also a great class for personal trainers who require an American Heart Association certification.

Topics include one and two rescuer CPR for the adult, child and infant; Ambu bag (bag mask) and mouth to mask resuscitation; use of the automatic external defibrillator (AED) and team BLS skills. 
 
Certification: American Heart Association eCard, valid for two years -- usually issued at class.
 
Length: Three hours, includes skills and written test
 
Cost: $55 -- the required textbook is NOT included in the cost of the full class.
 
Your book or eBook must reflect the 2015 BLS Guidelines, copyright 2016. The book must be from American Heart Association. The ebook is available from the American Heart Associationhttp://ebooks.heart.org/product/bls-provider-manual-ebook50025959 -- hardcopy available from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Basic-Life-Support-Provider-Manual/dp/1616694076 or the Red Rocks Community College bookstore.
 
If you have questions not addressed in the above course description, please feel free to text 303-847-3596
 
Fees paid to Colorado CPR and First Aid LLC for training do not represent income for the American Heart Association. 

This class is approved for non-medical certification needs and complies with OSHA CPR and first aid training standards for the workplace.  

I am an approved vendor of CPR and first aid training for child care providers, camps, schools and foster / adoptive parents in the State of Colorado. 

This is not intended for health care providers or students in health care programs. Please enroll in a BLS for Healthcare Providers (health care provider CPR) course instead.

Topics include checking the victim - disease transmission - legal concerns - adult, child, infant CPR and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) - choking.

First aid training may be requested during registration. First aid training includes care for victims of illness or injury who do not require CPR. This includes everything from stroke and heart attack to bleeding.
  
For information on conducting a class at your location, please click here.
 
Certificate: Provided at class. Valid for two years.
 
Ages: 12 and up
 
Time: 2 hours CPR/AED (2 additional hours for first aid; 1.5 hours online and 0.5 hours in person.)
 
Cost: $50 CPR/AED only. $65 combined CPR/AED/First Aid
 
If you have questions not addressed above, please feel free to text 303-847-3596.  
 

Minutes Matter!

Are you prepared for the first 5 minutes of an emergency? Even if you work in a low-risk area, statistics show that 80% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur at home!

Benefits to training with me:

  • Experienced, efficient instructor
  • BBB Accredited Business
  • Recognized certification
  • Hands-on skills
  • Low student to manikin ratio
  • Small class sizes

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About Colorado CPR and First Aid, LLC

I provide flexible certification options at a reasonable cost. I focus on smaller groups -- most classes will have ten or fewer participants. In the classroom, my instruction is dedicated towards covering the most important details in an efficient manner. I recognize that while not everyone will have advanced medical knowledge, knowing the basics can significantly reduce death and permanent disability resulting from emergency situations. 

 

Instructor

Brandon Christensen is the instructor at Colorado CPR and First Aid LLC. He has over 15 years of experience in health care, ranging from volunteering as a firefighter and EMT to working at a local hospital as a nurse. He has instructed emergency care programs for over 13 years. He has current Basic Life Support Instructor certification from the American Heart Association.