First Aid Classes in Cheyenne
Accidents happen – all the time – and at the American Red Cross, we can help you learn how to handle them. From cuts and scrapes to choking emergencies and poisonings, burns and asthma emergencies to head, neck and spinal injuries, our First Aid classes cover it all – and more. Find out how to sign up for First Aid training in Cheyenne, and learn how you can become a source of care and comfort during emergencies.
When it comes to first aid classes in Cheyenne, the Red Cross has a wide range of options – including in-person, online and blended Simulation Learning classes, which combine online coursework with an in-person skills session. For those who learn best in a traditional classroom setting, would like to have the opportunity to discuss topics with their instructor and their classmates, and generally learn better in a focused environment, our in-person classes are the best solution. Not only do they offer ample time for discussion, but during the skills session, you'll get personalized attention from your instructor who can help you perfect your skills and gain the confidence necessary for delivering care.
After taking one of our first aid classes in Cheyenne, you can download our free app, and have access to a wide range of information on delivering first aid, preventing injuries, preparing for emergencies, and more. Get details on all of the first aid classes available in your area, and find out how our classes – and our app – can help you prepare for the unexpected.
In addition to basic first aid classes, your local Red Cross also offers a wilderness first aid class in Cheyenne. Designed for scouts and scout leaders, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone who works or spends time in remote environments, our wilderness first aid certification course covers advanced skills, like primary and secondary assessments, head/brain, neck and spinal injuries, hypothermia, heat-related illness, altitude-related illness, burns, allergies and anaphylaxis, bone and joint injuries, wounds and wound infection, and more. Upon successful completion of the class, you'll receive a two-year certification.
Note: Course materials are based on the Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines, and align with OSHA's Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs.
As a business owner or manager, you know that keeping your workplace safe is vital to creating an environment where people can thrive. And along with HR policies that support all of your employees, having trained staff who can help when someone on your team suffers an illness or injury can go a long way toward creating a space that's safe. To that end, the Red Cross offers OSHA-compliant first aid classes in Cheyenne that can help your entire team (or just a few employees) learn how to provide care for someone suffering from cuts, burns, scrapes, sudden illness and more. These courses are available in person or in a blended format that combines online coursework with an in-person skills session – so finding a format that suits your staff is simple. For details on all of the OSHA-compliant training available in your area, review our newest class schedule.
Red Cross first aid certifications are valid for two years. If your certification is within 30 days of expiring, you can renew it by enrolling in one of our first aid renewal classes. These abbreviated courses allow you to learn the latest techniques and can help keep your memory fresh – so that during times of need, you're ready to respond. Once your first aid training in Cheyenne is complete, your certification will be valid for an additional two years. For more information on the first aid renewal classes available in your area, check our newest course schedule.
In addition to offering First Aid training in Cheyenne, the Red Cross also delivers a wide range of online, in-person, and blended Simulation Learning courses that can help you meet your personal and professional goals. From CPR classes to AED use, our local experts will be here for you when you're ready for more. Check our newest class schedule and discover even more ways to train.