Get CPR Certified with CPR Certification Cincinnati
CPR Certification Cincinnati provides the best Cincinnati BLS CPR Certification from an American Heart Association Certified Training Site. Book an AHA BLS CPR class today.CPR Classes CPR + First Aid Classes
Top Rated American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR Classes in Cincinnati, OH
CPR Certification Cincinnati proudly shares a premier education for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Basic Life Support (BLS), and First Aid. Our CPR courses are certified by the American Heart Association (AHA). Offering premier hands-on and in-person CPR training at the best rates, our team ensures that your employer or organization will accept this certification. You will be confident in using what you’ve learned when you need it most. Whether you’re a good samaritan or are completing the training for your job, you will walk away from the class with everything you need to respond when someone is in crisis. Join us at a time that is convenient for you at our Cincinnati training site — or schedule your on-site CPR class for medium to large groups in Cincinnati, Newport (Kentucky), Covington (Kentucky), Fort Thomas, Norwood, Finneytown, Edgewood, Erlanger, North College Hill, White Oak, Reading, Florence, Northbrook, Independence (Kentucky), Blue Ask, Montgomery, Dayton, Williamstown (Kentucky), Oxford, Dry Ridge, Mason, Hebron (Kentucky), Centerville, and Delhi (Ohio).
BLS CPR & AED Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification
Our CPR classes are certified by the American Heart Association (AHA). These courses equip you for Basic Life Saving (BLS) Healthcare Provider CPR and AED use.
BLS CPR, AED + First Aid Classes
American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Certification & First Aid Certification
The First Aid and CPR classes are the best emergency training you can receive. All of our CPR classes are American Heart Association (AHA) certified, so they are the official Healthcare Provider level certification that employers require.
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Cincinnati’s Best CPR Certification
Know CPR. Make a difference. Save a life.
According to heart.org, 70% of adults do not have the training needed to help someone going through a heart attack. Every year, thousands could be saved if more people were taught how to administer CPR.
Whether it’s a drowning or choking episode or an unfortunate heart event or stroke —there’s no way to know when you will witness a life-changing event.
This training gives you confidence in a crisis while waiting for first responders. Whether you need to be certified for a job or simply want to understand this priceless information, we can give you the best training to help save a life.
- You will likely use your training on someone you know personally.
- Many victims of heart events appear healthy, with no signs of heart disease.
- Four out of five cardiac arrest episodes happen at home.
- Unintentional injury is the third leading cause of death in the US.
CPR Certification Cincinnati loves getting to provide American Heart Association CPR and BLS classes for our friends and neighbors at our facility. We also offer on-site CPR training for medium to large groups in Covington, Montgomery, Madeira, Blue Ash, Wyoming, and more.
We are incredibly excited to help you certify or renew your CPR or First Aid training.
What is CPR?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving procedure that combines rescue breathing with chest compressions to revive a heartbeat. This act dramatically raises the probability of survival after experiencing cardiac arrest.
What to Expect in Your CPR Course
Our education covers every step of CPR for adults, children, and infants. We deliver the most thorough training, ensuring that you’re able to help save a life.
CPR Certification Cincinnati meets OSHA requirements and is accepted by all employers and organizations, including —
- Nurses, RNs, and CNAs
- Nursing schools and All Other College Programs
- Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
- Daycare and Other Caretakers
- Schools (Private and Public)
- Hospitality Industry
- Construction Sites
- EMT/Paramedic Companies
- Home Health Aides
- Nonprofits like the Boy and Girl Scouts of America
- Firefighting and Other Municipalities
Why Train With Us?
- Confidence. Boldly use your skills no matter the situation.
- Experience. Trust our organization that has successfully trained over 100,000 students at locations throughout the USA.
- Certification. Get the most widely accepted and employer-approved BLS Certification.
- Simplicity. Enjoy our smaller group sizes, hands-on style, and streamlined classes.
- Convenience. Leave with your AHA-certified BLS CPR card or your CPR Certification Cincinnati First Aid card that same day.
What do I have to do to qualify for the CPR card?
To qualify for a CPR card, you will —
- Complete your skills check-off
- Finish a certification test
You will be tested on your knowledge and receive your AHA BLS CPR card during the in-person class. All certification steps are included in the basic purchase. There are no hidden fees like you may find with other CPR options.
Can anyone take these courses?
You are welcome to become CPR certified at any age!
When will my certification expire, and how can I renew my certification?
CPR AED Certification and CPR Training requirements state that all CPR-certified individuals must renew their training once every two years.
Select any of our sessions for initial certification or recertification — simply sign up on our website for a time that works for you.
How much does it cost to become CPR Certified?
- Our CPR class costs $59.95.
- Our CPR + First Aid class costs $79.95.
All courses include:
- Training and materials
- Skills check-off
- Certification card
Be careful while exploring other CPR training options — they may have hidden fees in the process.
How long do the CPR classes last?
Class times are approximately 3 hrs.
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