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

All classes listed below are conducted at 1457 Ammons Street STE 103 Lakewood, CO 80214.


You will be required to demonstrate your ability to successfully assess a victim of sudden cardiac arrest, provide compressions and breaths, use an AED, help a choking victim and provide CPR in a multiple rescuer setting.

Skills session requires completion of Heartcode BLS, available online. 

Please note this is NOT an online course. The online portion is a prerequisite for the skills session. Successful completion of BOTH Heartcode BLS online and the skills session is required to receive certification.

Completion of both modules will result in issuance of the American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers certificate.

The certificate is idential to the certificate issued in the full class and is valid for two years. 

Skills sessions are not cancelled due to low attendance. Many skills sessions are conducted on an individual basis. 

Cost: $40 -- this does not include the fee for the online module, available from the American Heart Association at

The PDF of the Heartcode certificate must be emailed prior to the class as described in your confirmation email. 

If you have questions not addressed in the above course description, please feel free to text 303-847-3596. 
Flexible skills session times are available -- please contact me with your specific date and time request.

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

*** Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant Public Health Orders, this course has ben restructured. All classroom material must be completed online. Upon completion of these modules, you will receive a provisional certificate valid for three months. A skills portion must be completed in-person for to a full certificate valid for 24 months to be issued.

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.
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Certificate: Valid for two years. Provided on same day.
Ages: 12 and up
Time: 3 hours for online materials (resulting in three month provisional certificate). 1 hour in-person skills session. Expect slightly less time for the on-line and in-person portion if you are not completing the first aid portion. 
Cost: $40 CPR/AED only. $50 combined CPR/AED/First Aid 
(temporary price reduction. Prices will increase once the public health order is rescinded)
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. 



Brandon Christensen is the instructor at Colorado CPR and First Aid LLC. He has about 16 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 14 years. He has instructor certification from the American Heart Association and American Red Cross.