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American Red Cross (ARC) 2 year Certification Card:

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ARC is well known for the it's quality training and ability to respond to emergencies. The ARC brand is accepted by most occupational licensing boards, national associations, occupations and professions. Their program also meets OSHA occupational training requirements. It also is a great course for families of people who deal with cardiac risk factors (smokers, weight concerns, family histories of cardiac issues or other special needs).

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Basic Life Support (BLS), CPR, AED and  First Aid training programs are designed to allow individuals and organizations to receive education to meet regulatory and workplace requirements. 

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ARC Training Providers are experienced classroom instructors who combine their expertise with  excellent resources including student text, engaging videos, skill guides, and PowerPoint presentations to efficiently and effectively educate class participants.

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ARC courses are designed for out-of-hospital providers and are oriented to family /workplace environments. Programs are designed to focus on specific situations such as medical office and dental offices, school coaches, school nurses, public or private school students, child care facilities or in-home babysitters.


The ARC, HSI  and AHA are the three largest providers of  Certified CPR training in the U.S.
 

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Health & Safety Institute (HSI) 2 Year Certification Card:

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Training is available in all 50 states and meets the requirements of more than 7,000 state regulatory agencies, occupational licensing boards, national associations, commissions and councils representing more than 550 occupations and professions. The program also meets OSHA occupational training requirements.

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Basic Life Support (BLS), CPR, AED and First Aid training programs are designed to allow individuals and organizations to receive education to meet regulatory and workplace requirements. Since 1978, HSI training centers have certified nearly 35 million Americans. HSI also operates in 100 countries around the World. 

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HSI training centers and experienced classroom instructors combine their expertise with engaging videos, skill guides, and Power Point presentations to efficiently and effectively educate class participants.

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HSI courses are designed for out-of-hospital providers and are oriented for the workplace. Programs are appropriate for school bus drivers, warehouse or factory workers, small business employees, medical and dental offices and public or private school students. HSI offers the best workplace training.

 

The ARC, HSI and AHA the three largest providers of  Certified CPR training in the U.S.
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Learning Tree RGV (LT)   Certificate : 

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Eight years ago, I developed a Certificate course, "Seniors Saving a Life" for instruction in local retirement communities in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. More than 800 seniors have taken that course. We've allowed service volunteer groups such as CERT to teach this course as a fundraiser. My Motto: Volunteers are Magic - Don't mess with the Magic!

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The number of courses offered has grown to five. They are designed for people who do not require certification, but desire the knowledge and skills to save a life. People who may benefit include office manager and staff, activity directors, woodshop monitors, Neighborhood Watch participants and family groups.

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I support hands-only CPR training as it help prepare people who may witness a cardiac event, but most likely not be Certified in CPR / AED.  

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On Line CPR/AED Training - Get your Certification Card Today!

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The Internet offers many choices of online CPR training sites that offer certification without in-person skills verification. They claim to be nationally  accepted. This statement may be misleading: It is not correct for the many thousands of employers and occupations that require certification with in-person skills verification by a qualified instructor. It is only true for those that have no such requirements.
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Neither the AHA, ARC or HSI will accept these online courses, nor will they conduct in-person skills verification to make them valid.  Always check with your employer's requirements before enrolling in a CPR / AED or First Aid course.  You could loose your professional licenses if not genuinely certified!

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Understanding the types of learning may help you. Cognitive learning is available from these sites. For example, AHA, ARC and HSI offer online CPR Courses to provide cognitive knowledge. However, they require in-person demonstration of CPR skills. This is what we call ""Blended Learning" and it awards a 2 year Certification Card upon successful completion. Physical actions and performance of skills cannot be taught online.

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It's like taking an online course to learn how to drive a car. You can learn a great deal about laws and regulations, but you still need to demonstrate that you can actually drive the car before you are legally licensed to drive.

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