Imagine someone collapsing right before your eyes! Would you know what to do?
What if someone you know stops breathing or needs immediate medical attention. Would you know what to do? It could be a co-worker, a friend, a family member, or even your child. Maybe you’re a mom or expectant parent(s). Maybe you have an elderly parent that you worry about. Maybe you are a coach or a teacher who works with kids.
Being certified in CPR/First Aid/AED gives you the knowledge and skillset to assist someone in a medical emergency and possibly save a life.
Of course, some of you are required to be certified due to your profession and are seeking to renew your certification. However, for some it could be the first time you are taking a course to get certified.
No worries! We are here for all of you!
After taking our course with certified instructors, you can be confident you have the knowledge and skills to respond appropriately to incidents ranging from minor scenarios to medical emergencies in which you assist until Paramedics and/or Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) arrive.
Be knowledgeable and confident that you can help save a life!
Both CPR and AED are used on a person in case of an emergency. While CPR is performed by pressing the chest of a person, AED is a device that complements CPR, and is used when a person’s heart stops beating or if the heartbeat is abnormal. All of our staff members are well-trained in performing CPR/Standard First Aid and making use of the AED when it is necessary.
Certification for each class is valid for 2 years. All instructors are certified by the American Red Cross or American Heart Association.
All payments are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend your scheduled class due to an authorized emergency, please contact our office to reschedule. Authorized emergencies must meet certain criteria, and will be determined on a case-by-case basis by YHHA administration.