Our first aid and CPR classes are fully compliant with current ECC standards and OSHA requirements. Every student works on their own CPR dummy. We continually add new dates, so check our schedule for current classes. Participants will learn how to recognize an emergency, act appropriately, and respond with current first aid and CPR protocols. The cost is $45. This class is taught in a six to eight hour format.
First aid cards are issued with a two year expiration date, in accordance with the 2015 global first aid standards updates.
Click here for First Aid training only (no CPR).
Why do we use National Safety Council as the certification agency? Take a look at this comparison of NSC First Aid to other providers.
- CPR certification for adult and pediatric victims
- Initial assessment and emergency response
- Controlling Bleeding
- Managing Shock
- Proper Movement Techniques
- Sudden Illness (Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetic Emergencies, Asthma, Allergies, and more)
- Injuries (Fractures, Sprains, Strains, and more)
- Handling Head and Spinal Injuries
- Heat Illness and Cold Injuries
- Proper Use of Bandages, Splints, and First Aid Supplies
- Making a First Aid Kit
- Lots of practice !
The certification agency is National Safety Council.
Colorado First Aid would like to schedule more classes. Do you want to host a session? To teach the standard first aid program we need 6 to 8 hours and will come to your location.
Note: We prefer this as a one or two session class…we have observed participants do not learn as well if this class is broken up into multiple sessions. Trust us on this one! Here is a page to ask a question or request a class for your group.