First Aid Classes in Long Beach
At the Red Cross, we want your training to be interesting and informative – and to easily fit into your schedule. That's why in Long Beach, our first aid classes are offered at a variety of convenient times and locations. Delivered by experts in a relaxed setting, they take just a few short hours to complete but still offer ample time for questions and personalized instruction on the techniques used when providing care.
At the Red Cross, we offer first aid training in Long Beach that's designed to suit your schedule and your learning style. Classes can be taken entirely in person, or via our blended Simulation Learning experience, which combines online coursework with a hands-on skills session. Both options allow you to earn full certification that's valid for two years.
After completing your first aid training in Long Beach, you can use our fun, free refreshers to maintain your skills. Designed to be taken on your own schedule, our online refresher materials include quizzes, interactive games, activities and videos that can help you remember how to provide care when it's needed most. In order to keep your skills sharp, we recommend that you complete at least one refresher activity every three months throughout your two-year certification period.
Whether being certified in first aid is critical to your job or you're simply a good samaritan, it's important to know that your Red Cross certification is only valid for two years from its award date. However, with our convenient, abbreviated recertification classes, it's easy to renew your skills, refresh your memory, and maintain your credentials. Explore all of the Long Beach first aid training courses available in your area.
Because children and infants require special care during times of crisis, our first aid classes in Long Beach include detailed information on helping kids who are sick or injured. This way, you can provide children with the care they need in a way that won't cause further damage to their growing bodies.
When it comes to first aid, it's important to know how to treat both kids and adults. That's why, in our Long Beach first aid classes, we'll review the procedures for caring for adults separately from those that are applicable to kids. By doing so, our instructors make it easy to understand the differences when providing care so that you can help each person according to his or her needs.
At the Red Cross, we work to empower you with the most accurate, up-to-date information available. In order to ensure that you receive the best possible training, all of our courses and materials are developed under the guidance of, and reviewed by, the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council. This means that whether you've signed up for first aid training in Long Beach, want to take the class online, or are traveling with a group to take the class in another city, you'll get the same accurate, proven information.