CPR Training FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers
This varies by course, but generally if you have a group of 6 individuals we will bring all the materials necessary to train your group at your location.
Please Contact Us so we can arrange a class at your convenient location or ours. We look forward to working with you!
I will provide you with all the necessary materials for your group to learn. It’s that easy!
Please wear comfortable clothing since it will be a very hands on class.
The BLS certification course is designed towards healthcare professionals that participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. At CPR Training Nurse we are dedicated to educate and train those who want to save lives. More specifically, upon successful completion of the Basic Life Support certification course, students will be rewarded with a course completion card, which is valid for two years.
These courses are led by Basic Life Support (BLS) instructors who will teach single rescuer and team BLS skills for use in both in-facility and pre-hospital environments, with a focus on team dynamics and high quality CPR. Call for your CPR Training Classes today. (972) 885-9277
BLS supersedes CPR – this means that if you have taken a BLS class, there is no need for you to also take a CPR class.
In general the Collin County area, including Plano, Frisco, Allen, Murphy, and Fairview. Please Contact Us if you have any further questions about locations.
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When do I receive my certification card?
AED is short for an Automated External Defibrillator. When the heart stops functioning the way it needs to, an AED can help restart it. Almost like a jump start for your car battery. This is a device is used while providing high quality CPR and assist in increase of survival for a person. Once an AED becomes available you are to turn it on. The AED will be able to prompt you with further instructions.
Studies have shown there is a very slim to no chance of harming someone who has a pulse and you initiate CPR compression. In theory, better safe to assist someone who may not need help than be sorry and not assist someone who does.
After completing the class, students are evaluated according to AHA guidelines. Upon successful completion of the evaluation, students are issued a Provider Course Completion card.