CPR Training in Nevada
American Red Cross first aid and CPR classes in Nevada can give you the skills you need to help adults, and children during medical, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Available online, in person and via our blended Simulation Learning experience, it's easy to find first aid and CPR training in Nevada that suits your schedule and your learning style.
In Nevada, CPR classes are available in person, online, and via our blended Simulation Learning experience, which combines online coursework with in-person skills sessions. Although successful completion of any of our CPR classes results 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.
Keeping your students safe is everyone's job. That's why we offer first aid and CPR classes in Nevada that are designed specifically for schools. Our program allows educators, administrators and other staff members to become instructors who can then deliver training to students and faculty. This way, you can easily build a campus community that's prepared to help during times of need.
Although you may have recently taken one of our first aid and CPR classes in Nevada, if you don't use your skills, they can fade from memory. In order to help keep them fresh in your mind so that you can help those in need, we've created a simple step-by-step guide that you can print up and place on your refrigerator, in your car, in your bag or at your desk.
After successfully completing your CPR and first aid training in Nevada your certification will be good for two years. In order to help you maintain your certification, we offer abbreviated CPR and first aid renewal classes not only allow you to stay up to date on the latest techniques, but once complete they allow you to extend your certification by two additional years.
All Red Cross classes, including our CPR training in Nevada, are developed under the guidance of and reviewed by the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council. This 50+ member panel is comprised of nationally-recognized medical, scientific, and academic experts who ensure that Red Cross programs are based on the best science available. In addition, they work to empower people to help by providing best practices are not only effective, but easy to understand.