Red Cross Training in North Dakota
In North Dakota, Red Cross training classes are taught by experts, and include only proven, vetted procedures. All of our programs are based on the latest science, standards and regulations, and are overseen by the Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council – a panel of nationally recognized experts from scientific, medical, and academic disciplines. With the Council's guidance, we're able to ensure that Red Cross training in North Dakota, and throughout the country, aligns with the latest evidence-based knowledge in science and medicine, and adheres to relevant industry standards and guidelines.
Part of keeping our schools safe for everyone includes ensuring that those on campus can provide care when it's needed most. To that end, we offer CPR training in North Dakota that not only delivers important training to educators, administrators and other school staff, but allows those who undergo our training to become instructors who can help other faculty members and students earn their own CPR certification. For more information on these special CPR classes, visit https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/cpr/cpr-training/cpr-programs-for-schools.
If you've already taken CPR classes in North Dakota and earned your certification, you can use refresher materials from the Red Cross to help maintain your skills. And although it might sound like an unnecessary step, according to a research review conducted by the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council, CPR skill retention begins to decline within a few months of training - and less than half of course participants can pass a skills test one year later. So, in order to help you keep your skills sharp, we've developed a number of refresher materials that take just a few short minutes to complete online, but can make all the difference when help is needed.
Whether you need full, OSHA-compliant certification or simply want to gain the skills and confidence necessary to help save a life, we offer a variety of North Dakota AED classes that can help you get the training you need. With courses available during the day, evening, and on weekends, and available online, in person, or via our blended Simulation Learning experience, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session, you can earn your North Dakota AED certification, and learn how to provide critical care during sudden cardiac arrest.
Note: If you need OSHA-compliant certification, only in-person and Simulation Learning courses satisfy the requirements for full certification.
After completing your Red Cross AED training in North Dakota, our refresher materials can help you maintain your skills so that you can respond appropriately and confidently during times of crisis. Refresher materials take just a few short minutes to use, but by keeping your memory (and your skills) sharp, they can mean all the difference to someone in need.
At the Red Cross, you can not only earn your North Dakota lifeguard certification, but you can also become certified in two additional types of lifeguarding: shallow water and aquatic attraction. Each of these three training options can be customized via add-on modules that allow you to gain experience in a variety of facets of lifeguarding. Explore all of the lifeguard training available in North Dakota, and find the right classes for all that you hope to accomplish.
After your lifeguard training in North Dakota is complete, you need to use your skills to keep them sharp. So during the off season, or any time you need (or want) to check in and test yourself, we offer quick online access to a range of refresher materials specific to lifeguarding, as well as first aid, CPR and AED refreshers. This way, you can practice the skills that are critical to your job and be prepared to help in any scenario.
Designed for those who are 11 or older, our Babysitting Basics class delivers important information for anyone interested in starting a babysitting business. Available online only, it takes approximately four hours to complete, and includes science-based information on providing first aid, understanding child behavior, caring for children and infants, starting a babysitting business and more. After completing Babysitting Basics, you can take our other babysitting classes in North Dakota, like Babysitter's Training or Advanced Child Care. You may also consider becoming certified in first aid and CPR - which can help you provide parents with greater peace of mind, and deliver even greater care to the children in your neighborhood.
Note: None of our North Dakota babysitter training opportunities are intended as certification for state-licensed childcare providers and does not meet all state requirements for such certification.
If you've chosen to complement your babysitter training in North Dakota, and become certified in first aid and CPR, you can use our refresher materials to help keep those skills sharp and the information fresh in your memory. After all, according to a research review conducted by the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council, CPR skill retention progressively decreases for about a year after training, and less than half of CPR course participants can pass a skills test just 12 months later. All of our refresher materials are free to Red Cross certificate holders, and can be completed online in just a few short minutes. However, because they can help you respond appropriately - and without delay - they can make all the difference to someone in need.
At the Red Cross, first aid training in North Dakota is available in three ways - online, in-person, and via our Simulation Learning experience, which combines online coursework with in-person skills sessions. This way, you can learn your way - and take classes that suit your schedule. If you need an OSHA-compliant certification, only in-person and Simulation Learning courses satisfy OSHA requirements. However, if full-certification isn't required by your job or a volunteer organization, online-only courses may suit your needs. Find more information on the current North Dakota first aid classes available.
By empowering you to provide care for infants, children and adults, you can truly be prepared to help - no matter who needs your assistance. That's why, in North Dakota, pediatric first aid is included along with our adult care instructions. After all, small bodies with developing bones and organs do tend to be more delicate than those of adults, so precautions and/or actions will, and should, vary based on the age of the person who needs your assistance. Find complete details on the adult and pediatric first aid training available in North Dakota.