Get CPR Certified with CPR Certification San Diego
CPR Certification San Diego provides the best San Diego 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 San Diego, CA
Whether you need CPR for your profession or you’re simply a Good Samaritan, you can be ready to act in unexpected emergencies! CPR Certification San Diego gives you the valuable learning experience you need to help save a life. We offer American Heart Association (AHA) courses that include Basic Life Support (BLS), Healthcare Provider Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Automated External Defibrillator use (AED). Enjoy a first-rate CPR and First Aid experience at competitive rates with our team! Join us at a time that is convenient for you at our San Diego training site — or schedule your on-site CPR class for medium to large groups in San Diego, Carlsbad, La Jolla, Encinitas, Del Mar, Coronado, Solana Beach, Tijuana, Oceanside, Cardiff by the Sea, Escondido, Imperial Beach, Poway, Vista, Santee, Rosarito Beach, Temecula, San Clemente, and Julian.
BLS CPR & AED Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification
When you need American Heart Association (AHA) CPR classes, look no further than CPR Certification San Diego! Our company has taught 30,000+ people nationwide with our straightforward same-day learning and certification experience.
BLS CPR, AED + First Aid Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification & First Aid Certification
CPR Certification San Diego provides comprehensive BLS courses, ensuring that you receive the finest emergency response education that employers are looking for. In all our classes, we offer the American Heart Association (AHA) certification for Basic Life Support (BLS) Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.
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San Diego’s Best CPR Certification
Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.
Thank you for considering taking a CPR or First Aid course — when you take time to complete a CPR course, you will make a difference by saving lives! If more individuals simply knew how to implement these medical interventions, thousands of people could be supported during accidents, strokes, and heart events each year. Many people who go through our training even impact the lives of their friends and loved ones.
CPR Certification San Diego provides courses at both our training location and on-site for medium to large groups in Coronado, National City, Chula Vista, Lemon Grove, La Mesa, and beyond. We love providing our community with the best training for CPR certification!
What is CPR?
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a life-giving medical intervention that helps bring back a heartbeat and regular breathing by using surface chest compressions and rescue breaths. Using the seven steps of CPR, our instruction equips you to support those in need until further medical aid arrives!
What to Expect in Your CPR Course
After completing the course, you can confidently handle any emergency, whether seeing to an adult, child, or infant. In this course, you will learn how to work on your own or as a team, find the pulse, perform chest compressions, conduct the seven steps of CPR, and ultimately, restore regular breathing to the individual.
You can rest knowing that you meet OSHA requirements and have attended the finest American Heart Association CPR and BLS classes.
CPR Certification San Diego is accepted by all employers and organizations, including —
- Nurses, RNs, and CNAs
- Hospitals 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
- Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
- Daycare and Other Caretakers Schools (Private and Public)
- Hospitality Industry
- Construction Sites
Why Train With Us?
- Our in-person training, streamlined class time, hands-on components, and smaller groups provide personalized training.
- Our courses give you the most widely recognized and accredited CPR BLS Certification in the US.
- Walk away from class with your AHA BLS CPR card and your CPR Certification San Diego First Aid card that same day.
- Being CPR Certified gives you boldness when utilizing these life-giving skills.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Once you register for the course, all you need to do is show up the day of! The program includes all required live-trained segments, ensuring that your card is AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certified.
Be mindful of other online options that may be less expensive but do not include that in-person training. With our CPR renewal class, you will regain the highest-level CPR certification to help save a life!
How much does it cost to become certified?
- Our CPR classes cost $59.95 (discounted from $79.95 for today only).
- Our First Aid + CPR class costs $79.95 (discounted from $99.95 for today only).
While some courses may appear to be less expensive, all of our courses include your training, skills check-off, testing, and certification card — we have absolutely no hidden fees.
When will my certification expire?
You must renew your CPR AED Certification and CPR Training every two years to remain active.
How can I renew my CPR Certification?
All of our CPR Certification courses will satisfy your first certification or recertification — sign up for your preferred session today!
Can anyone take these courses?
We have no requirements to take our courses — everyone is invited to become CPR certified.
What do I have to do to earn the CPR certification?
To earn your certification, you must satisfy a skills checkoff and a written exam, confirming you are well-trained to perform CPR.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Class times are approximately 3 hrs.
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