Here is a list of professions whom require HeartSaver CPR, AED & First Aid training:

  • Massage Therapist
  • Childcare provider
  • Construction worker
  • Acupuncturist
  • Foster Care Parent
  • Security Guard
  • Law Enforcement
  • Boy/Girl Scout leader

HeartSaver (Adult, Child and Infant CPR), AED & First Aid Certification

  • HeartSaver (Adult, Child and Infant CPR), AED & First Aid Certification $60
  • HeartSaver (Adult, Child and Infant CPR) & AED Certification (Heartsaver) $40

HeartSaver CPR & AED $40

AHA CPR & AED classes train in adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation and AED.

  • American Heart Association 2 year certification.
  • 90% of students also require first aid training. See below.

HeartSaver CPR, AED & First Aid $60

This certification in HeartSaver CPR, AED (defibrillator) and first aid. Most people need this course. The book purchase in this course is mandatory.

Training covers adult, child and infant CPR, use of the defibrillator and the recognition and treatment of seizures, diabetic emergencies, wound care, shock, burns, hot/cold weather emergencies, asthma, allergic reactions, poisoning and bleeding control.

  • Meets OSHA requirements.
  • American Heart 2 year certification.
  • Most employers require this training.

Frequently asked questions for HeartSaver CPR, AED & First Aid:

CPR Certification is a course to learn how to react to a cardiac and/or respiratory arrest. A certification is issued after you have demonstrated proper knowledge of this technique.

To put it simply, you learn how to keep someone alive when they have stopped breathing and their heart stopped beating (normally).

CPR was created in multiple stages. In the 1700s billows were used for breathing.

Mouth to Mouth was proven to be an effective resuscitation effort by Dr. Safar in 1956.

By 1957 the first external defibrillator was in prototype from three doctors at John Hopkins.

But it wasn’t until 1960 when Dr. Safar and the team from John Hopkins combined mouth to mouth with chest compressions to create modern-day CPR.


Yes and No. Typically, these organizations will organize a once-a-year event in which they train the public on Hands-Free CPR. If you are trying to get certified for your profession, this class will not meet the requirements…

CPR training takes 2 hours. AED training takes 1 hour. First Aid training takes 2 hours. A total class time for CPR, AED and First Aid is 6 hours (5 hours of training and 1 hour of breaks).

You must be certified in person at this level. We can come to your office or you may come to our location. We hold these type of classes often on the weekends. See our class schedule for details.

Not for the lay public. Because you’re not using this on a everyday basis, American Heart requires a full class each certification.

Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend your registered class, a 24-hour written notice (emailed to is required for BLS, HSFA, HS AED and First Aid Classes.  For ACLS and PALS, a 7-day written notice is required (emailed to and a $25 fee may apply.  Refunds/rescheduling will not be given if you register for the wrong class or do not show up for class.  If you are not sure which class you need, please call 505-281-4110.