First Aid Training in Kentucky
Regardless of what you do for a living, or how you spend your free time, our First Aid training in Kentucky 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 know that every type of class isn't perfect for every type of student. That's why we've developed courses in a number of formats – including in-person, online, and blended classes. For those of you who learn best in a traditional classroom setting, where you can ask questions, talk through subjects with your instructor and your classmates, and need a space where you can focus solely on the information at hand, our in-person first aid classes in Kentucky, may be your best option. They offer ample time for interaction, and allow you to ask questions well before your skills session, so you can learn to perform important first aid procedures with confidence. Find an in-person first aid class in your area.
The benefits of learning first aid go far beyond having the skills to respond during times of crisis (though that is certainly the biggest benefit, and often the most significant reason people sign up for first aid classes in Kentucky). In fact, your training can help you grow and develop in many ways. For instance, it can help you gain confidence, be better prepared as a parent, partner, neighbor, friend or co-worker, set yourself apart when applying for a job, inspire others to learn first aid, or even inspire you to delve deeper into medicine and volunteer for a new organization or change careers. Sign up for one of our first aid classes in Kentucky and discover what it can do for you.
In Kentucky, first aid recertification classes allow you to renew your skills, learn the latest techniques and can help keep your memory fresh – so you're prepared to help when it's needed most. Our abbreviated renewal courses are designed specifically for those with credentials that are valid but nearing their expiration. They take less time to complete than our standard first aid classes, but allow you to maintain your certification for an additional two years.
When you enroll in an American Red Cross first aid class in Kentucky, you'll learn how to provide important care to children and adults during times of crisis. From bleeding and burns to breathing and choking emergencies, our classes cover the most common types of care, as well as scene safety, procedures for responsive and unresponsive victims, and more. For details, explore the classes in your area and be prepared to help.
Note: Most first aid classes in Kentucky provide care information for infants, children and adults. If you're interested in learning about adult first aid only, a limited number of classes are available.
Whether you want to advance your career or simply enhance your life, the Red Cross offers classes that can help you do it all. With OSHA-compliant first aid training in Kentucky, plus courses and CEUs for medical professionals and first responders, AED classes, and more, no matter what age or stage of life you're in, we'll be there. Find a class in your area and gain knowledge and skills that can not only improve your life, but may even help you save a life.