CPR Training in Tennessee
CPR is a life-saving skill that anyone can, and should, learn to perform. That's why, at the American Red Cross, we offer a wide range of CPR classes in Tennessee that are designed to suit everyone's schedule and learning style. With classes available during the day, evening and on weekends, in-person courses, online-only trainings, and blended Simulation Learning classes that combine online coursework with an in-person skills session, we can help you gain the skills and confidence to help when it's needed most. Check our newest course listing for details, and earn your CPR certification your way.
At the Red Cross, we want to empower you to help when, where, and how it's needed most. That's why we offer combined adult and pediatric CPR classes in Tennessee. This way, you can learn the proper techniques for performing CPR on infants, children and adults in one convenient class. Find a class in your area and gain the skills and confidence needed to help during times of crisis.
Please be aware that the Red Cross does offer some Adult Only CPR classes in Tennessee.
If your job, volunteer position, or your own personal goals don't require you to achieve full, OSHA-compliant CPR certification, then taking CPR classes online in Tennessee may be just what you're looking for. Online courses deliver the same information you'll get in our in-person and blended Simulation Learning classes, but you won't be required to complete an in-person skills session. Instead, the class uses a series of interactive activities designed to put your skills to the test. And while the certification you'll receive won't be OSHA compliant, it won't mean that you're any less prepared to help. Find the latest information on the online CPR classes available in your area.
CPR can save a life, but if you don't use the skills learned in your Tennessee CPR certification class, they're easy to lose. In fact, skill retention begins to decline within a few months after CPR training is complete, and progressively decreases for about a year. So, we've developed quick and easy online refresher materials that can help you keep your skills at the ready. With games, quizzes, interactivities and more, our infant, child, and adult CPR refresher materials can help you maintain your skills and provide help when it's needed most.
In Tennessee, CPR renewals take just a few short hours. Designed for those whose credentials are still valid but near expiration, our abbreviated CPR renewal courses allow you to refresh your skills, stay up to date on the latest techniques, and maintain certification for two additional years. If your CPR certification has already expired, you may be required to take a full course in order to earn your recertification.
Although our Tennessee CPR certification classes take just a few short hours to complete, they can help you gain the skills and confidence to help during times of crisis. However, like anything, if you don't use your skills regularly, it's easy to forget key points or simply lose the knowledge you gained in class. That's why we offer all of our CPR course participants access to free online refresher materials. With our quick and easy online activities, including interactive quizzes, games, learning activities, videos and more to keep, you can keep your skills sharp between certifications and stay ready to help at a moment's notice.