Onsite Group CPR Classes in the Western NY Area
CPR is a valuable life-saving skill that can be used in an emergency situation. It’s critically important to know what to do when someone has stopped breathing, and their heart has stopped beating. For every minute that passes without CPR and defibrillation, the chances of survival decrease by 7–10%
The best way to prepare for this type of emergency is by scheduling onsite CPR classes in Western NY. Our CPR courses teach you how to perform chest compressions, rescue breaths, use an AED as well as provide care for other injuries like bleeding or broken bones until paramedics arrive on the scene.
EMC offers onsite and blended learning classes designed to give your staff the skills and confidence they need in the event of a medical emergency.
Our onsite classes are available throughout Western NY, including in the Buffalo, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Bativia, Lockport, North Tonawanda, Genevia, Jamestown, and Elmira areas. Our blend of traditional instruction with hands-on practice addresses the needs of your team and is beneficial throughout a variety of professions, including those in information technology, natural resources and mining, education and health services, construction, financial services, travel and leisure, government, and other groups in need of onsite CPR certification.
We have many years of experience in designing customized training programs that fit our client’s needs and serve clients who want to schedule a group training for 8 or more people.
- Full-Length Standard training – Hands-on instruction with a variety of delivery methods, including video, lecture and instructor lead practice.
- Blended learning – Classroom-based combined with online features such as practice tests and video instruction.
Onsite CPR and AED Training and Certification in Western NY
Our training courses are designed to teach participants everything they need to know about cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. Our CPR course will teach you and your staff the core skills needed to save someone’s life in a real-world or workplace scenario, such as choking, drowning, and other emergencies where breathing and/or circulation has stopped. When CPR is administered during a medical emergency, the victim has a better chance of surviving until he or she can reach medical help.
The AED portion teaches people how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). In the event of a medical emergency, this device can provide lifesaving shocks prior to EMS arrival.
The American Heart Association cites a handful of reasons for getting your staff CPR certified. These include:
– To be prepared in the event that you have a heart attack and need someone else’s help.
– To improve relationships at work by being able to offer valuable assistance to those around you if they need it.
– For medical professionals – CPR certification is required for many jobs in the medical field, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, and many more.