We are a large Seniors RV Resort and like many Communities, we have a volunteer Responder Team.   We contacted Learning Tree to train our responders to identify and care for Cardiac Emergencies, until EMS arrives. They trained 30 volunteers over the last 20 days and we are confident we can now respond with appropriate care (First Aid Basics,
Hands Only CPR and the use of the AED) to save a life. We plan to take the Community Responder: Sudden Injuries, Choking & Poison class in the near future. 

Our Adult Care Facility needed to have four of our employees take CPR and AED training to meet State and occupational requirements.  We contacted the Learning Tree and quickly arranged for them to come to our place to teach the course.  The price was very reasonable and the class was very effective.  We plan to use them again!

The Learning Tree recently taught the "Instructor Development Course" (IDC) to 4 New ASHI Instructors. 3 of them are now teaching CPR, AED and Basic First Aid for a sister ASHI Training Center and 1 (RN & ARNP) is now employed with the Learning Tree to extend our courses to include Bloodborne Pathogens, Bleeding Control and Advanced Life Support  . Great course - will Travel to your location - reasonable price..

Our Home Owners Association voted that our employees should be CPR and AED Certified. We also included Advanced Bleeding Control in our request because of our work shop and woodworkers shop.  The Learning Tree taught both courses on the same afternoon and now our Senior residents have one more way to get help in an emergency, Cardiac, Choking or Bleeding!  We have plans to have Learning Tree teach Certified Basic First Aid in the coming months. We strongly recommend them for CPR, AED & First Aid  training that you may need.

The Learning Tree taught the ASHI Basic Life Support course to my office staff and me, resulting in certification for 2 years.  We all enjoyed the class and the way Learning Tree tailored the class to fit our office environment    Dental Office.

The Learning Tree taught 40 employees and management, the"Basic First Aid and CPR/AED" classe. My Warehousing and Storage personnel are much more aware of responding to injuries and cardiac situations.  The  classes have resulted in our upgrading our First Aid kits to include bleeding control – tourniquets etc.  We are also purchasing an AED to be made readily available for emergency use.  Moving and Storage.


Learning Tree taught a “Scout First Aid class” to 25 Explorer Scouts. They learned valuable skills that allow them to compete favorable in regional competitions. They class was well presented and enjoyed by all.

PD, Explorer Scouts coordinator

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John, working with CERT has taught  CPR, AED, and Pediatric First Aid to our teachers and nursery workers over the last 8 years. He was always a creative instructor and addresses our special student needs. I recommend him to teach in similar environments that require Pediatric Certification.  a school of choice - HCISD

John Combs has been teaching CPR/AED and First Aid for Harlingen CERT for over 10 years and he has been a very huge asset to the Program.  His is an excellent instructor and has a lot of knowledge on the subject. He also developed the "Citizens - Saving a life",Hands only CPR course that we have used for fund raising over the
past 6 years. Team Leader, Harlingen CERT

​John Combs has taught or assisted in teaching the American Heart Association, Basic Life Support (BLS) classes to 50 Harlingen Fire Department personnel.  John also taught or assisted the HFD in teaching AHA CPR, AED & First Aid to more than 60 Harlingen Police Offices and 24 Harlingen Police Academy Cadets. He performed his duty in an effective manner that led to re-certification of these Firemen, Police Officers, and Police Cadets.  HFD

John Combs has taught “Shelter Operations” to more than 90 Harlingen firemen and City employees each year over the last 2 years. Because of his efforts and teaching abilities, the Harlingen Fire Department is  confident and prepared to operate shelters during emergencies.  HFD

Our Charity Giving recommendation is Wreaths Across America. You may click icon  to volunteer or donate to the Veterans Memorial Project Committee, 
WAA-Harlingen  Chapter. They place wreaths on the graves sites of Veterans in participating Cemeteries, on Saturday,  December 19th, 2020.  Thank You

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