Cardiac arrest, nationwide
According to the World Health Organization, the leading cause of death in the world is ischemic heart disease followed by stroke. These two factors are the most common that can cause cardiac arrest in adults. In children, respiratory failure typically preempts cardiac arrest. Out of all occurrences of arrest, survival rates are low – typically 10 percent out-of-the-hospital. Rates are usually much higher in the hospital, with a survival rate of around 40 percent.
Our CPR training courses
We have a total of 8 training courses in offered by all our training locations. Out of 8 courses, five are training programs and 3 are re-certification classes. Our locations typically have the same roster of courses with varying schedules through the week. Rates are also the same so you don’t have to worry if you plan on transferring or changing training providers and locations.
Basic Life Support
- Basic CPR and AED – 4 hours
- Basic CPR and AED (C) – 4.5 hours
- Basic Life Support for HCPs – 4.5 hours
Advanced Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 16 hours in 2 days
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) – 14 hours in 2 days
- Basic Life Support for HCPs re-certification – 4 hours
- ACLS re-certification – 5 to 6 hours
- PALS re-certification – 6 to 8 hours
Training locations all over the US
With the great demand for CPR rescuers in and out of the healthcare system, the number of students enrolling in our programs has been growing by the year. To accommodate all of the students, we have opened a total of six locations spread over six cities in five states. You can visit their respective location pages for more details regarding scheduling.
- Los Angeles, California
- San Francisco, California
- Honolulu, Hawaii
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Portland, Oregon
- Seattle, Washington
All of our courses are certification courses. Once you have received your credential, it is valid for two years before you need to renew through a re-certification. Be sure to apply for re-certification before your credential expires! We do not quality rescuers with expired credentials for re-certification; we advise them to retake the training program to get a new certificate.