CPR compressions Denver

Combination CPR and First Aid Training in Denver and the Front Range

We break our cpr and first aid Training classes into 3 sections.

Legal Issues

Understand the specific legal environment concerning emergency rescues in Colorado

First Aid

Our First aid training will cover over 45 subjects, preparing you for the most likely emergencies you will come across wherever your journeys take you.

CPR

Denver experiences over 7000 cardiac arrest deaths every year. Learn CPR to be prepared.

Be Prepared

It is an unfortunate part of reality that at some point almost all of us will encounter a life threatening or medical emergency. Taking our CPR and First aid training will prepare you for these emergencies that life throws at us. This training class covers over 45 different topics that will prepare you for the most common life threatening emergencies. 

Who this CPR and First Aid Training is for

Our combined CPR and First Aid class is our most popular training. For companies in our service area (Denver and the Front Range), this class will help you meet Colorado, OSHA and internal requirements for both  CPR and First Aid training. 

For those who are not getting certified as part of a work requirement, this is a great option for you to learn how to deal with the most common life threatening emergencies.

CPR class in Denver

Class Options

We offer two main training options for combined CPR and First Aid Training in Denver and the Front Range. 

Adult and Child CPR with First Aid

Class Length: 3.5-4 hours

Certification is good for 2 years

$ 50
per person*

Adult, Child and Infant CPR with First Aid

Class Length: 4-4.5 hours

Certification is good for 2 years

$ 55
per person*
*Group discounts are available.

Why you need cpr and First Aid training

CPR class in Denver

Delayed emergency response

The average emergency response time in Denver, CO is 8-11 minutes.

Time to brain death

Unfortunately brain death for the average adult will occur in 6-8 minutes

Increased survival

If bystander CPR begins early into the emergency, brain death will be delayed, with survival rates jumping from about 5% to 35%.

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