CPR with or without AED Training
If you want to learn CPR and AED, National Safety Training Service has you covered. In just 2 to 4 hours, anyone can learn how to recognize an emergency, act appropriately, and sustain life until professional help arrives.
The CPR segment teaches the principles of basic life support for adults (children and infants). You'll learn how to:
- Assess the scene of an emergency,
- Perform one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing, and
- Manage a choking victim.
The AED portion of the program details:
- Key operating characteristics of AEDs, and
- Shows you proper precautions and maintenance techniques.
- It also includes guidelines for meeting the state Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) laws.
Nearly every two minutes, someone dies of sudden cardiac arrest. Automated external defibrillation (AED) could save a quarter of these lives. AED devices are showing up everywhere from industrial settings to shopping malls, and the demand for training is rising.
Fortunately, the number of people trained in CPR grows every year, too. National Safety Training Service is recognized as a leader in emergency care training in the mid-west. Our programs offer the very latest techniques and guidelines and meet OSHA's Standards and recommendations for emergency care training in the workplace.
Our CPR and AED training teaches the average person the basics of emergency life support and takes the fear out of AED use. We give you all the background information and skill testing you need to feel confident in the event of an emergency - and help save a life.