Why Take a CPR Class?
Including First Aid, BLS, ACLS, and PALS Certification and Recertification Courses
You’re probably wondering why would you ever need to take a CPR class? Whether you’re in the medical field, who may need an AHA certification to work in the hospital, clinic, or other healthcare setting; you’re a personal trainer requiring an AHA certification to help physically transform your clients; you’re a lifeguard who might need to resuscitate someone who drowns in the swimming pool; parent who finds their child or infant unresponsive; you’re involved in an unfortunate motor vehicle accident and need to assist a person who is not breathing and/or do not have a pulse; you’re a Good Samaritan who just happens to be in a scene where a person has passed out; or you’re an individual who has no medical training or education whatsoever and want to help an individual you care about, you should know that every year there are approximately 383,000 out of hospital cardiac pulmonary arrest. That’s more than 1,000 a day! This fact alone is enough for anyone to understand that taking a CPR class is indispensable and desirable in any medical emergency that may or may not happen at all. However, with at least 1,000 people per day having a cardiac pulmonary arrest, there’s a small chance that your CPR training can make a significant difference.
You don’t have to be advanced healthcare provider to take an AHA course that teaches you how to call help right away, try to revive someone with chest compressions and/or ventilations and then use an automated external defibrillator (AED) to save someone’s life in cardiac pulmonary arrest. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
Palm Desert Resuscitation offers CPR, First-Aid classes, BLS, ACLS, and PALS Certification and Recertification Courses, and more, and is among Southern California’s best and frontrunner in American Heart Association (AHA) classroom-based and online education, up-to-date news and information delivery.
We want to advance our mission of promoting healthier lives and assist in reducing the morbidity and mortality of cardiovascular diseases and stroke through evidenced-based learning and professional education as per the most current AHA guidelines and recommendations.
Staffed by a dedicated team of highly qualified professional educators and stellar personnel with diverse and experienced healthcare backgrounds, PDRE offers education and training in AHA courses and/or certification(s) for healthcare professionals, allied health professionals and other non-healthcare providers or novice laypersons.
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