Get CPR Certified with CPR Certification Columbia
CPR Certification Columbia provides the best Columbia BLS CPR Certification from an American Heart Association Certified Training Site. Book an AHA BLS CPR class today.CPR Classes CPR + First Aid Classes
Top Rated American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR Classes in Columbia, SC
CPR Certification Columbia provides the best Basic Life Support (BLS), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), First Aid, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in South Carolina. If you’re looking for first-rate hands-on and in-person CPR and First Aid training that’s certified by the American Heart Association, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re simply doing the right thing as a Good Samaritan or are required to have the training for your job, you will walk away from our courses with all you need to help save a life. Join us at a time that is convenient for you at our Columbia training site — or schedule your on-site CPR class for medium to large groups in Columbia, Bishopville, Orangeburge, Elgin, Newberry, Aiken, Blythewood,Cayce, Irmo, Lugoff, Richburg, and Ridgeway.
BLS CPR & AED Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification
Our CPR classes in Columbia are certified by the American Heart Association (AHA) and train you for Basic Life Saving (BLS) Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use. We can’t wait to help you gain this life-giving skill!
BLS CPR, AED + First Aid Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification & First Aid Certification
Our First Aid and CPR classes are the finest emergency training you can receive. When you proceed with the CPR Certification Columbia program, you will gain the skills necessary to be confident when helping at a medical crisis.
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Columbia’s Best CPR Certification
Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.
There are some unfortunate statistics when it comes to CPR. About 70% of Americans do not know how to help someone going through a heart attack or life-threatening emergency. Every year, thousands more lives could be saved if more people knew how to execute the steps of CPR and First Aid.
You can have the training to save lives and help people in need while waiting for first responders.
CPR Certification Columbia provides basic life-saving courses at our training site in Columbia and on-site CPR training for medium to large groups in Cayce, Dentsville, Forest Acres, Irmo, Seven Oaks, West Columbia, and beyond.
If you’re unsure about completing CPR training, know that —
- In the US, unintentional injury is the third leading cause of death.
- Most victims of heart events appear to be in good health, displaying no signs of heart disease.
- Four out of five cardiac arrest episodes happen in the home, and you may need to use your CPR knowledge to help someone you know personally.
You can be thoroughly equipped for unforeseen crises by attending the best American Heart Association CPR and BLS classes.
What is CPR?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a method that connects rescue breathing and surface chest compressions to aid in reviving a heartbeat after a person has faced a heart attack, stroke, or has drowned.
What to Expect in Your CPR Course
From using an AED machine (the follow-up procedure to resuscitate an individual) to the ABCs of CPR, this comprehensive training covers how to perform CPR for adults, children, and infants.
CPR Certification Columbia is certified to meet OSHA requirements and is accepted by all employers and organizations, including —
- Nurses, RNs, and CNAs
- Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
- Daycare and Other Caretakers
- Schools (Private and Public)
- Hospitality Industry
- Construction Sites
- EMT/Paramedic Companies
- Home Health Aides
- Nursing schools and All Other College Programs
- Nonprofits like the Boy and Girl Scouts of America
- Firefighting and Other Municipalities
Why Train With Us?
- Walk away with your AHA-certified BLS CPR card and your CPR Certification Columbia First Aid card, same day.
- Have complete trust in your ability to help with any unexpected situation requiring life-giving skills.
- Be confident in a company that has trained over 100,000 students throughout the USA with the most widely recognized, accredited, and employer-accepted BLS Certification.
- Receive more individual training due to our smaller group size, hands-on style, streamlined classes.
What do I have to do to qualify for the CPR card?
To earn your CPR certification, you must —
- Complete your skills checkoff.
- Finish a written certification test.
When you have confirmed you are adequately trained and are capable of performing CPR, you will receive your AHA BLS CPR card the same day, in class.
All certification steps are included in the basic purchase. There are no other hidden fees that you may find with other less expensive options.
Can anyone take these courses?
Anyone of any age can become CPR and First Aid certified!
When will my certification expire, and how can I renew my certification?
CPR AED Certification and CPR training require that everyone renew their CPR education after two years to maintain their skill to perform CPR.
You can take any of our CPR classes to become initially certified or recertified — simply sign up for your preferred class time.
How much does it cost to become CPR Certified?
Our CPR class costs $59.95.
Our CPR + First Aid class costs $79.95.
Both courses include all elements to become certified. Be careful while exploring other “cheaper” options— they may have additional hidden fees later in the process.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Class times are approximately 3 hrs.
What Are the Different Levels of CPR Training
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What is an AED and How is It Used?
To better prepare you, it’s a good idea to know what is an AED and how is it used. Research shows that 69% of the total number of sudden cardiac arrest cases outside the hospital occur at home, while in random public areas – 18%. Most states in the US identify sudden cardiac arrest as…Read More
What if Someone You’re Performing CPR On Dies?
Let’s take a look at what happens if someone you’re performing CPR on dies. According to research by the American Heart Association, 90% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests are fatal, despite CPR being provided. Failure of CPR is a very common occurrence, but this doesn’t make it any easier for the rescuer with the CPR Certification….Read More