Red Cross Training in Michigan
In Michigan, Red Cross training is designed to meet the needs of our communities and help those who live here learn new skills and prepare for emergencies of every size. Whether you're a parent or teacher, a teenager or senior citizen, concerned citizen or healthcare professional you'll find Red Cross training in Michigan that's designed to suit your needs and your learning style.
When you choose in-person AED, First-Aid and CPR classes in Michigan from the American Red Cross, you'll join others from across the area for training from experienced, licensed professionals. Part lecture, part hands-on skills session, our in-person classes give you plenty of time to ask questions and become comfortable with the processes and procedures involved when providing care.
When you sign up for an online-only CPR class in Michigan from the American Red Cross, you'll get up-to-date information on how and when to perform CPR, and access to activities that will challenge your decision-making abilities. Created by experts in the field, our online CPR training can help you gain the skills and confidence needed to provide care during times of crisis.
Note: Online-only CPR classes do not result in full, OSHA-compliant certification.
At the Red Cross, our Basic Life Support (BLS) classes in Michigan are taught by experienced professionals who can help you deliver high-quality care in an emergency. And with dozens of Michigan BLS training sites, chances are good you'll find a location that's convenient to wherever it is you call home. Explore our list of available classes and earn your Michigan BLS certification from the American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross gives first-responders the option to take Basic Life Support (BLS) classes in Michigan via our innovative blended Simulation Learning experience. With the ability to review course materials and "virtually" respond to emergencies in a variety of healthcare and public safety settings, this course allows you to learn at your own pace. Once you've completed the online portion of the course, you can attend a local in-person skills session, where you'll demonstrate your abilities to a licensed instructor. Once both portions of the course have been successfully completed, you'll receive full certification that's valid for two years.
When you take AED classes in Michigan, you'll not only learn what an automated external defibrillator (AED) is, but you'll also learn how you can use one to help someone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. By analyzing the person's heart rhythm and allowing you to delivering the appropriate type of electronic stimulation, an AED can help you provide care during times of crisis – and help return the person's heart to a normal rhythm.
AED training in Michigan takes just a few short hours to complete, but can help save a life when every minute counts. With in-person, online, and our blended Simulation Learning, which combines online coursework with in-person skills sessions, you can train the way that suits you best, and get the experience you need to deliver care during times of crisis.
Babysitting training in Michigan from the American Red Cross can help you better understand and care for children of any age. With information on first aid, child behavior, planning age-appropriate activities and more, our babysitting classes allow you to develop the skills and confidence needed to provide high-quality care.
Take babysitting classes in Michigan from the nation's leader in babysitting and child care training. With best-in-class in-person and online courses designed to help you keep kids safe, our experts can help you become one of the most in-demand babysitters in your neighborhood.
At the Red Cross, we offer First Aid classes in Michigan that are convenient and accessible. With training opportunities available in dozens of communities and online, you can easily find a class that's not only near your home, school or office, but also works with your schedule. Explore the most up-to-date list of Michigan First Aid certification courses from the American Red Cross.
One of the ways that we offer First Aid training in Michigan is via our innovative blended learning courses. These classes allow you to learn at your own pace online, then receive hands-on training with a Red Cross instructor. By giving you the flexibility you need to complete the coursework, then demonstrate your skills to an instructor, these classes make it easier than ever to receive full certification on your schedule.