We are certified and run American Heart Association Course:
The American Heart Association (AHA) is a non-profit organization in the United States that fosters appropriate cardiac care in an effort to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke. The AHA offers the most widely accepted certification for basic life support (BLS).
We use the latest training tools, books and equipment:
Our BLS course is conducted using the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC. This was derived from the 2010 International Consensus on Cardiovascular Care with Treatment recommendations Conference. The BLS for Healthcare Provider Student Manual 2010 edition is made available to candidate weeks before the class. We also use other latest recommended training kits and equipment.
We run a small class:
Our instructor to students ratio is never beyond one to ten. This ensures that the students get the necessary attention. The recommendation of American Heart Association is observed.
We have AHA certified and experienced tutors:
Our tutors have rich experience as tutors, medical escorts, rescue personnel and as emergency managers.
We run a flexible program:
We hold multiple classes during weekdays and weekends. This ensures that candidates will always find class that suit their schedule. We offer onsite CPR training at your home or business but you must have a minimum of 8 people.
Group and Organizational Booking:
Special consideration is given to groups (8-19 candidates and organization (20 candidates and above). Contact usfor more information. On request, we also do onsite training for group and organization.
We provide adequate training material:
Candidates that train with us are afforded ample hands-on practice, with one instructor and one AED or AED trainer for every three to five students. The skills are taught with enough time demonstration and practice by the candidates.
We ensure that candidates get Student Provider Manual weeks before the class for adequate preparation.