First Aid Training in Alaska
Regardless of what you do for a living, or how you spend your free time, our first aid training in Alaska can help you gain important skills. By learning how to provide care to infants, children and adults, our classes can help you become a more capable co-worker, family member, friend, neighbor and citizen. To sign up for a class in your area, check our newest course schedule.
At the Red Cross, we believe that being prepared to help is important for everyone. That's why we offer first aid classes in Alaska that deliver the latest in science-based learning in a wide range of formats (online, in-person, and blended Simulation Learning). But we also know that if you don't use your skills regularly, they're easy to lose – which is why we not only offer online refresher materials with interactive activities that can help you sharpen your skills – but we also offer a free app that gives you instant access to information on handling the most common first aid emergencies. This way, you can review important first aid steps any time, and quickly look up how to provide care if you're unsure about what to do during an emergency.
Whether you're a new parent, have young children or teens, or are a grandparent, understanding how to provide care to all of the kids in your life is critical. That's why, at the American Red Cross, we offer adult and pediatric first aid training in Alaska. By combining both adult care and pediatric techniques into our classes, we make it easy to learn how to help anyone – regardless of age – when they need it most.
Note: Some first aid classes focus specifically on delivering care to adults. If you're interested in receiving pediatric first aid training in Alaska look for a class that includes "pediatric" in the title.
If you coach children or adults in any sport, work as a trainer at a gym, are a yoga, Pilates or spin instructor, or generally work in fitness in any capacity, having your first aid certification in Alaska is critical to the well-being of your clients. After all, accidents happen – every day – and knowing how to respond to them can help you not only provide your clients with the support they need, but it can help you become an even more capable, trusted coach or trainer.
When you train with the American Red Cross, keeping track of your first aid certification in Alaska is simple. With Red Cross Digital Certificates, you'll get anytime, online access to all of your certificates, plus the power to print, share, and download them whenever you need to. You can even provide your current or potential employer, or a volunteer organization, with a QR code that allows them to easily confirm that your certificate is valid. For more information on how Red Cross Digital Certificates work, visit https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/digital-certificate or, to start earning a certificate, check out our newest course catalog.