HeartSaver® Program Class
The American Heart Association’s HeartSaver program is a set of courses designed to teach basic life support skills to individuals who may not work in the healthcare field but still need to be prepared to respond to medical emergencies. The program is designed for workplace training, community groups, and individuals who want to learn life-saving techniques.
The course we teach is the most complete course available. The HeartSaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED course focuses on medical emergencies that may occur in adults, children and infants. It covers CPR, AED use, choking relief, as well as pediatric first aid.
The courses in the HeartSaver program are typically taught in a classroom setting and include both instruction and hands-on skills practice. Upon successful completion of a course, participants receive an American Heart Association certification card that is valid for two years.
New courses are 3-4 hours. Re-certification can be completed in 2-4 hours.
Although classes can be as small as two (2) students, an eight (8) student minimum charge will be applied for all classes. We can teach multiple classes in a single location each day, but in order to maintain our 2:1 student-to-manikin ratio, must cap each class at 120 students.
We will come to the location of your choice along the Wasatch front. Travel expenses can be negotiated for distances greater than 50 miles from Riverton, Utah. Facilities must have adequate space to allow for necessary hands-on practice.
$65 per student. An eight (8) student ($520) minimum charge will be applied for all classes. Discounts are available for returning clients.