AED Certification in Hawaii
During a cardiac event every moment counts. In fact, each minute that defibrillation is delayed reduces someone's chances of survival by 10%, and with response times of first responders averaging 8 to 12 minutes after 911 is called, it's easy to see why AED classes are vital for members of the community. By participating in American Red Cross AED training in Hawaii, you can gain the skills to deliver care for sudden cardiac arrest until medical professionals arrive.
At the Red Cross, you'll find in-person, online and blended Simulation Learning opportunities for AED training in Hawaii. These courses can help you learn how and when to use an automated external defibrillator – and can help you save lives at home, at work, and everywhere in between. Although successful completion of any of our AED classes will result in a two-year certification, online-only courses do not allow you to demonstrate your skills to a certified instructor, and therefore may not meet the requirements for workplace safety certification.
We know how important it is to create a safe environment for your students and your faculty. That's why we've developed a training program just for schools. With our specially designed program, your school's educators and administrators can learn to teach Hawaii AED certification classes, then deliver training to students and faculty. This way, you can create an on-campus community that will be ready to help when it's needed most.
Even after you've earned your Hawaii AED certification, it's important to keep your skills fresh. That's why we've developed a wide range of online training resources and manuals that can help you remember how and when to deliver care. From interactive quizzes and quick, simple games to step-by-step instructions that you can print and review at any time, we offer easy ways to maintain your skills between certifications.
Your certification credentials will be valid for two years, and during this time you'll have access to online refresher materials, and as your certification's expiration date nears, you'll have the option to take an abbreviated AED renewal class. This way, you can stay up to date on the latest information and techniques, and extend your certification by two more years.
At the Red Cross we believe in empowering you to provide care when it's needed most. In order to make sure that you receive the training you need to confidently help during times of crisis, all Red Cross classes, including our AED classes in Hawaii, are developed under the guidance of, and reviewed by, the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council. Comprised of more than 50 nationally-recognized medical, scientific, and academic experts, the Council works to ensure that Red Cross programs and materials are not only based on the best science available, but that they're also effective and easy to understand.