When children want to learn how to save a life, teens want to become certified babysitters, a new parent has to learn infant CPR, or employees need to get certified, Red Cross volunteers are prepared to teach.
More than 65,000 people a year turn to the Red Cross to learn critical health and safety skills. As one of our region’s largest educational providers, the American Red Cross trains residents in lifesaving skills through multi-language online, community and workplace courses. Classes are offered in aquatics, babysitting, nurse assistant training, BLS/CPR, first aid, AED, OSHA, and more.
Behind every American Red Cross health and safety training program stands a team of experts ensuring what is taught is based on the latest and best in emergency science.