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CPR is critical in a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) situation. A cardiac arrest causes the heart to suddenly and unexpectedly stop beating. A person with no signs of heart disease can suddenly pass out and appear lifeless. The survival rate outside of a hospital setting is only 1% to 5%, but the chance of survival increases considerably if the victim can be immediately treated with CPR and/or an AED.

That’s where you come in!

With proper CPR training, you will learn the skills necessary to recognize an emergency and take action to save a life if someone is experiencing cardiac arrest.

CPR save lives.

Over 80% of cardiac arrests occur at home. The person’s life you save could be a member of your family or a close friend.  Sudden Cardiac Arrest can affect people of all ages and health statuses.  You mustn’t rely on the expertise of others.  Be prepared to perform CPR yourself.

Proper training is crucial.

Knowing how to identify the need for CPR and perform the procedure correctly is critical.  Without professional training, you risk not knowing when and how to administer CPR effectively or causing serious injury.   Proper CPR training gives you the confidence and skill to act appropriately when needed.

CPR is easy to learn.

Many are surprised to learn that CPR is extremely easy to learn, especially when you train under an experienced instructor that can teach skills such as how to execute chest compressions properly.

Some jobs require CPR training.

Some careers require CPR training and certification.   Some notable examples include child care providers, health care providers, law enforcement, emergency responders, and firefighters.  Even when certification is not required, some companies require managers and staff to know CPR and basic life-saving training. CPR training makes sense even when it’s not required for your work.

CPR prevents brain death and organ failure.
Every Minute Counts.

Time is crucial in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest. On average, it takes emergency responders six to twelve minutes to arrive. Minutes count as vital organs, such as the brain, can only survive a few minutes without oxygen. CPR can buy valuable time until paramedics can arrive with an AED and medical support. By learning CPR, you can keep the blood flowing and provide oxygen to those vital organs. This gives the victim a significantly better chance for survival and a full recovery.

CPR training is affordable.

CPR training is very affordable and convenient. Many classes cost less than $100 and can be completed in just a few hours.

Be that Person. Take Responsibility!

Be part of the solution.  When a cardiac arrest occurs, you can be that person to take charge.  In order to be that person, you need the knowledge, skills, and confidence that only professional CPR training provides. Learning how to handle emergencies with life-saving training will allow you to take action and save a life.