An authorized provider is an organization that has an American Red Cross-trained instructor who can provide cost-effective health and safety programs in-house. By becoming an authorized provider, you can build your own training team to teach courses to employees of your business or members of your organization whenever and wherever you want.
As an authorized provider, you can focus on training. The Red Cross can issue certificates, process your orders for training materials and equipment, maintain records, provide you with training updates and help you promote courses in your community.
Red Cross courses reflect Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) guidelines and meet OSHA First Aid Guidelines. A broader range of training options and modular design allows you to build the first aid and safety programs that are right for your specific training needs.
- Adult, Child and Infant CPR
- Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
- Babysitter's Training
- First Aid
- Lifeguarding and Water Safety
- Sport Safety Training
- Businesses, nonprofits and government agencies
- Clubs, community groups and religious organizations
- Fire and rescue departments
- Recreational facilities including pools and water parks
Start saving lives today by entering into an authorized provider agreement with the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Red Cross. A detailed instructional process helps instructors, who must be at least 17 years of age, expand their teaching skills and technical expertise. For additional information please contact Joey Bombara at Joseph.Bombara@redcross.org or Willie Way at 702-369-2428.