First Aid Training in Vermont
At the American Red Cross, we not only offer classes for those in every walk of life, but we also understand that everyone learns differently – which is why we deliver classes in a wide range of formats. This way, you can gain valuable skills and information in the way that suits you best. In fact, our Vermont First Aid training classes – and a wide range of other courses – can be taken in a traditional classroom setting, via online learning, or in our blended Simulation Learning format, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session. Check our newest course listing for details, and earn the certification you need your way.
If you're like many people, you have a first aid kit at home, in your car, and maybe even with your hiking/camping gear or your desk at work – but you might not know quite how to use it. When you sign up for a first aid class in Vermont from the American Red Cross, we'll teach you how to use what's (probably) already in your kit, and help you decide what you need to add to it. With expert instruction on caring for adults and children suffering from burns, bleeding, choking, breathing problems and other emergencies, you can be prepared to help – no matter where you are.
Whether you're a new parent, have young children or teens, or are a grandparent, understanding how to provide care to all of the kids in your life is critical. That's why, at the American Red Cross, we offer adult and pediatric first aid training in Vermont. By combining both adult care and pediatric techniques into our classes, we make it easy to learn how to help anyone – regardless of age – when they need it most.
Note: Some first aid classes focus specifically on delivering care to adults. If you're interested in receiving pediatric first aid training in Vermont look for a class that includes "pediatric" in the title.
Even completing your first aid training in Vermont, if you don't use your skills regularly, they're easy to lose. That's why we've created the Red Cross Refresher Center – a place where you can go to take interactive quizzes, play games, participate in learning activities and watch videos that will help you maintain the knowledge and skills you learned during class. They're free and easy to use – and accessing them every three months can help you stay prepared to help – even months after completing your certification.
If you coach children or adults in any sport, work as a trainer at a gym, are a yoga, Pilates or spin instructor, or generally work in fitness in any capacity, having your first aid certification in Vermont is critical to the well-being of your clients. After all, accidents happen – every day – and knowing how to respond to them can help you not only provide your clients with the support they need, but it can help you become an even more capable, trusted coach or trainer.
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 Vermont, 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.