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CPR/AED and Emergency First Aid Training & Certification

Facts about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and why you need to know CPR
CPR/AED Training and
Certification Program Features
  • ​Program certified by The America Heart Association (AHA) and the American Red Cross (ARC)

  • Adult, child & infant compressions & rescue breathing practice

  • Proper use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) machine

  • Choking relief with CPR

  • Manage unconsciousness during sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)

  • Choking signs and rescues, including the Heimlich Maneuver techniques training

  • How to call for help and when to use CPR during traumatic injury or accident

•  Choking emergencies,using the Heimlich Maneuver and         effective infant back blows


•  Hear attack, seizures, stroke, diabetes, shock and unconsciousness


•  Head, neck and spine injuries, broken bones and sprains


•  Bleeding, burns, cuts, tourniquests and wound care


•  Poisons, stings, insect and animal bites


•  Asthma, inhalers and other respiratory difficulties


•  Allergic reactions, skin rashes and Epi-pen usage


The American Heart Association estimates that each year, 7,000,000 people will experience some sort of traumatic injury or accident that may require CPR or first aid which can include drowning, electric shock, choking and acute allergic reactions.



Recognizing SCA is the first step in a successful rescue.  Providing immediate CPR can double or even triple the chance of survival.  Studies show that CPR given at onset and use of an AED machine within 3-5 minutes of cardiac arrest can increase the chance of survival to as high as 78%
Be prepared to SAVE a LIFE!  Learn CPR/AED and Emergeny First Aid today!​
  1. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a problem with the heart's electrical impulses causing it to stop pumping blood. Nearly 400,000 American die from SCA each year. SCA is not a heart attack, or myocardial infarction (MI), which is when a blockage in a blood vessel interrupts the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart

  2. Most SCA victims have heart disease or other health problems however, they are often completely unaware of it. SCA is typically not a random event although it may occur in outwardly healthy people 

  3. Without oxygen, brain death in victims can occur within 4-6 minutes of SCA

  4. Without immediate CPR or use of an AED machine, over 90% of SCA victims die before reaching the hospital 

  5. The chance of death increases 7-12% for each minute that CPR is delayed

  6. According to the American Heart Association, only 32% of SCA victims receive bystander CPR before an EMT arrives due to fear or lack of proper training

  7. 70% of Americans feel helpless to act because they either have not been trained to administer CPR or their training is significantly out of date



First Aid Training and Certification Program Features
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