Training & Certification Classes

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Find a Class

The American Red Cross provides lifesaving training to thousands of Southern Arizona residents each year in numerous topic areas including, First Aid, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), AED (automated external defibrillator), Babysitting and becoming a Lifesaving Instructor. Visit the Take a Class page to find a class near you.

Instructor Training

Training for Business and Groups

The American Red Cross offers businesses and organizations a variety of training programs in CPR/AED, First Aid, Emergency Response, and Blood borne pathogens training. The Red Cross translates scientific and medical research into training that can provide everyday people with the skills that may help them one day save a life. Classes can be scheduled seven days a week, 24 hours a day and can be held at your facility or the nearest Red Cross location. A certified instructor brings all training materials needed to certify those who meet the course objectives. The training is provided at reasonable rates and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your needs.


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Aquatics

American Red Cross teaches people of all ages and various abilities how to swim and be safe around the water. Our courses combine the best in swim instruction with a strong emphasis on drowning prevention and water safety.


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International

Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL) raises awareness among Red Cross representatives and general audiences about the Geneva Conventions, the basic rules of international humanitarian law, and the role of the Red Cross during armed conflict to implement IHL. Through a hands-on approach utilizing group activities, class discussion and multiple audiovisual aids, this newly-updated course invites participants to reflect on their images and perceptions of armed conflict and explore the powerful and fundamental concept of human dignity even in the midst of the excesses of war. Click here to register or contact Elissa Maish at (520) 318-6861.