CPR & FIRST AID CLASSES - Home - Marietta, GA

Our next open class
AHA CPR,AED and First Aid class
is in Atlanta  GA
      Saturday,Sept 10/01/16 
          starting at 9am
Quality Care for Children
2751 Buford Hwy NE,Suite 150 A
                        Atlanta, GA 30324
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                    to save a life!   

Remember you can set up a class at your location.
CPR expiring and you cannot find a class call us
or checkout our class schedule!

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Let our instructors provide the training you need ...and want! A fun, friendly and affordable emergency training program will leave you and your business/family prepared for medical emergencies.Our instructors are experienced professionals with hands-on, real life experience. 

Let us share our knowledge to build the confidence you need to save a life!

We can provide training for small or large groups. Not part of a group no problem you can join one our scheduled open classes.
 Call us to discuss your needs...we'll tailor a program to suit you.
We Offer Classes 7 Days a Week.

.Certification Card Issued Upon Completion of the Class

Now scheduling CPR and First Aid training...use the contact information below to schedule your company's or group's/families CPR and First Aid training!

Call us now at  770 592 5555, and we can schedule a class at your location!

       AHA Classes
  • CPR & First Aid,Heartsaver for non-medical professionals
  • BLS-Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professionals

Get Your CPR Certification From A Certified Instructor.

A good CPR class should meet all these standards:

1.  Your instructor’s company should have business license and carry CPR specific liability insurance and approved AED equipment.
2.  Make sure your CPR class instructor is certified by more than one of the following organizations: The American Heart Association, Medic First Aid, The National Safety Council, and the Red Cross.
3.  Just because someone knows how to do CPR doesn’t mean they excel at CPR training.
4.  Make sure your instructor is full-time and not just trying to fit in a quick CPR class to make ends meet.
5.  You should receive your CPR certification card the day you take your CPR    class.
6. Your instructor has a medical background.

Georgia CPR and Safety

 We can travel to you, ask us how!   
Learn how to respond and 
NOT react to an emergency!