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Developed for those who learn best in a traditional classroom setting, our in-person CPR Training in Arizona gives you access to knowledgeable instructors who will guide you every step of the way. With lecture and hands-on skills sessions, these classes give you ample time to ask questions and become comfortable with the latest techniques.
Simulation Learning courses use a combination of self-paced, interactive online classes and in-person skill sessions. This not only allows you to learn at your own pace online, but gives you the ability to demonstrate your skills at one of the Arizona CPR training classes near you. Once you successfully complete both the online and in-person portions of your class you'll receive full certification.
After you've received your CPR certification, we make it easy to maintain your skills and be ready to help at a moment's notice. With our online refresher activities, which include quizzes, games, and videos, you can keep your skills sharp and your memory fresh long after your CPR training in Arizona has ended.
Stay abreast of the latest protocols for non-invasive treatments, like CPR (one- and two-rescuer), AED, ventilations (including BVM), choking (conscious and unconscious) – and provide the care your patients need, when they need it. All of our Arizona CPR classes for healthcare providers are available in person and via our blended Simulation Learning, which gives you the flexibility to complete coursework online, then demonstrate your skills to a certified instructor. Both types of courses offer full certification that's valid for two years.
After successfully completing your CPR training in Arizona your certification will be good for two years. In order to help you maintain your certification, we offer abbreviated CPR and First Aid renewal classes not only allow you to stay up to date on the latest techniques, but once complete they allow you to extend your certification by two additional years.
All Red Cross classes, including our CPR training in Arizona, are developed under the guidance of and reviewed by the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council. This 50+ member panel is comprised of nationally-recognized medical, scientific, and academic experts who ensure that Red Cross programs are based on the best science available. In addition, they work to empower people to help by providing best practices are not only effective, but easy to understand.