CPR, AED, & First Aid

Adult Only

This course is a combined CPR, AED, & first aid training class focusing on care for ADULTS ONLY.
This certification course is designed specifically for the first aid provider at work and follows the workplace safety OSHA guidelines for CPR administration, AED use, and providing first aid for both medical emergencies and injuries.

This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees. BasicPlus conforms to the most current American Heart Association Guidelines Update (2020).

Perfect For:
Individuals who are required to obtain a CPR/First Aid certification for their employer, OR for those who desire to take CPR/First aid for their own personal knowledge.
This includes but is not limited to: Logging, construction, security, linemen, utility, office, brewery, etc.

Certification is issued through HSI (Health & Safety Institute) and will be supplied in digital format via email.


How Blended Learning Works:

Within 24 hours of signing up for a course, you will be enrolled in an online portal for the blended portion of the class. This is about 3 hours of informational videos and quizlets, broken up into 5-15 minute sections. The portal saves your progress so you do not have to do it in one sitting.
Before being enrolled, you may be contacted via email to ensure you signed up for the right course.
After completing the online portion of the class, you will attend the in-person skills portion with one of our certified instructors. This could be one on one or have up to 8 people in it. The skills portion takes one to two hours, where you will be provided with hands on learning and experience with our mannequins and equipment, and get to ask your instructor any questions you may have.
After completion of BOTH the online and the in person learning, you will be emailed your certificate, good for two years from the date of completion.


Certification Period

2 Years

Course Length

4 – 5 Hours

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