The Best BLS, CPR Certification and Onsite Group Training

Front Range CPR Services


In this class you will learn the importance of proper patient assessment. Then after a thorough evaluation of the patient you will learn skills such as - bleeding control, immobilization of fractures, strains, and sprains, burn care, asthma, diabetics, seizures, anaphylactic shock, and many more. This class is approved by the Colorado Department of Human Services and Front Range instructors are approved vendors.

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Group Onsite and Corporate CPR Training

This class is for everyone that is not working in the medical field. Daycare providers, personal trainers, coaches, school teachers, construction etc. The skills in this class include: Opening airway, Rescue breathing, Choking for the conscious and unconscious victim, and CPR. This class is approved by the Colorado Department of Human Services and Front Range CPR instructors are approved vendors.

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Healthcare Provider and Basic Life support

This class is for anyone taking an AHA class for the first time or have an expired certification. This American Heart Association course is designed for anyone in the medical field requiring CPR training: Nurses physicians Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedics nursing assistants (CNA's) physical, respiratory therapists and others.

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Wilderness training

Are you looking to up your safety game? Need some help with different types of emergencies and wilderness emergency situations, then look no further than this training course. This course is an essential for climbers, mountain biking first aid, and wilderness first responder and first aid training.

Group BLS CPR Certification AED First Aid Services

The Best CPR Training and Certification

We know how to make your training experience as smooth and simple for you. We will manage the entire process from start, all the way through until it's time that we hand over those certificates!

Group CPR & BLS Training

Our group CPR training can help them to feel more confident in knowing how much control you have over an emergency situation when every employee has been trained together as one unit! You'll find many different courses on first aid available at our website now too.

Industries & Locations in Need of Certification

If you're required to have a certificate, then we can help! You might be interested in knowing that many industries require BLS and CPR training as well. A commonly seen requirement for these certificates come from those working with healthcare workers or children; but if your job includes any responsibility towards others' safety (like aged care), don't hesitate - contact us today for assistance finding what coursework is right up your alley. We'll make sure everything's explained clearly so there are no surprises along the way

Types of Classes Front Range CPR Offers

Wilderness First Aid.
Basic First Aid.
Combo Basic First Aid and Basic CPR.
Basic CPR- (Basic CPR for Adult, Child, and Infant/ AED).
BLS - Healthcare Provider CPR.

The students are training under the supervision of our instructor

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CPR Trainings for Professionals

The best way to learn how to save someone's life is by taking an online CPR course. An overwhelming majority of people don't think about it until they're in a situation where their knowledge and training come into play, but there are courses available that will teach you everything from recognizing when something goes wrong so Someone can receive immediate treatment right up through what should happen after all vital signs have been restored or lost due time pressure situations—thereby allowing them get back home safely with minimal fuss while giving help continue living productive lives

Professional level of CPR

It is the most effective way to keep someone alive until emergency services arrive. Professional level CPR involves providing rescue breaths and pressure while constantly checking their responsiveness by asking if they are okay or not understanding what has happened due to a head injury, among other things.

CPR for healthcare providers

CPR is a life-saving technique that can be used by healthcare providers in order to help their patients. The American Heart Association states effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation requires three key components: chest compressions, rescue breaths and the timing of when each are delivered during an emergency situation or medicine show down.  CPR credits require two hands so if one hand has been injured due say for example knuckle compression then they would not able perform any sort of basic lifesaving measure which includes putting pressure on certain parts oft he body like fingers etc., This leaves us with only being able to use our feet!

Group CPR & BLS Certification, AED, and Wilderness First Aid Trainings

This BLS, CPR certification and AED, Wilderness training program is tailored towards increasing self confidence while teaching valuable lifesaving techniques so individuals can be confident they'll never need help if ever faced by emergency situations

Benefits of Group CPR Training, onsite, at your location

Imagine a world where everyone is trained in CPR. This would provide peace of mind, security and safety for the whole company going out together or hosting events like parties! It's great to see how much value large corporations offer with their onsite training sessions - it really helps foster unity among staff members who have been through difficult experiences themselves at one point or another.

In particular there are plenty benefits from providing this type of class during work hours so employees can bond while learning life saving techniques that could save lives if need be (think: party) but also increase confidence by building self worth too; something we should all appreciate more these days

Topics covered for your BLS Certification, First Aid Training, and CPR Certification and Renewal

For BLS, CPR Training includes hands-on practice of Healthcare Provider level skills such as 2 person chest compressions with ventilation for people who are not breathing. In First Aid Training students will learn how to perform a basic casualty examination and use an AED machine while getting experience offering basic life support services in order help their patients get back on their feet quickly!

Professional Certificates and Training Compliance from OSHA through the Red Cross, American Heart Association, AHSI, & the National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR)

OSHA recommends that every workplace have one or more employees who are trained and certified in first aid, including CPR. The other option for employers is to rely on the reasonable proximity of an infirmary, clinic or hospital if they don't already provide this training themselves

OSHA strongly encourages private companies with 11+ workers near each other interact through some form of communication network like telephones so as not lose time responding immediately when there's a medical emergency at any location within your business groupings.

What is the difference in the classes: CPR, BLS, ACLS & PALS?

Basic life support courses are typically more in-depth and complex, with a focus on working as part of an emergency response team. They teach you about the basics for performing CPR on family members or co-workers who may need help at any time - from when it first starts happening until they've been rescued themselves!

In contrast to basic lifesaving training programs which usually have fewer hours devoted specifically towards learning how to use those skills outside an actual emergency situation (e Hence why this type is often referred as "basic"), deeper understanding behind what's going on during these longer duration events can make all the difference between success

While The primary difference between ACLS and PALS are the recipient of treatment. Adults require advanced life support, while children can be treated with fewer resources in an urgent care situation or emergency room setting.

CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

The CPR procedure is a life-saving technique that can be used when someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This may happen after any medical emergency, such as an electric shock, heart attack and drowning for example

CPR combines rescue breathing with chest compressions to keep you alive until help arrives in order prevent further damage from happening internally which could lead upping death if left untreated.

First Aid Training

First aid is the first and most important step in caring for any person who may be injured or ill. It should always be taken to prevent further injury, preserve life if possible by immediate attention from qualified medical professionals such as doctors, nurses etc., then focus on relieving pain while promoting recovery after an accident has occurred.

BLS - Basic Life Support - Heathcare Providers

Basic Life Support, or BLS for short is the foundational course in healthcare that offers a wide variety of skills to provide care for patients. It includes everything from handling basic emergencies like choking or respiratory arrest all way up through providing advanced treatment on cardiac problems when it comes time - this class covers them well!

ACLS - Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

The AHA’s ACLS course builds on the foundation of lifesaving BLS skills, emphasizing that continuous high-quality CPR is important to provide a stable heartbeat. Reflecting science and education from American Heart Association Guidelines Update for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CCPAS), 2014 & 2015 as well as ECC - Reflections On Science Education.

PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support

The Emergency Preparedness Kit is a valuable resource for healthcare providers who respond to emergencies in infants and children. For personnel on emergency response teams, it can provide information about how best practices should work during an unexpected event while also containing products such as masks or other protective gear that may be needed when dealing with victims of accidents at home.

CPR Certification Questions

What does CPR stand for?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure that can help save the life of someone experiencing cardiorespiratory arrest.  It's a life-saving technique that can be used if you notice signs of distress, like not breathing or showing any other responsiveness to your questions during an emergency situation The term 'cardiopulmonary resusciation' refers both on the process and outcome:  First part refers towards how one saves their own heart from stopping by delivering chest compression while simultaneously providing air ventilation through mouth breaths in order prolonging its function until professional help arrives at scene; second aspect deals with saving somebody else’s cardiac Arrest - which means inducing sudden Cardiac arrest usually caused due Non responder.

How long does a CPR certificate last?

You may wonder how long a CPR certificate will last you. The expiration date on your card should be treated like any other ID and should never leave the holder's sight to prevent loss or theft. Be sure it remains within close range at all times so as not incur an expensive replacement fee because these things happen!

Can I get my CPR certification renewal for free?

When you're looking to renew your certificate it's important that the person taking care of patients knows exactly what they need. We want them healthy and happy so why not help with everything from cover-ups through education on how best practices differ by state or province!

How do I renew my CPR online?

In order to renew your CPR certification, you can either register for a blended learning course which allows the student access online and in-person training. The other option is finding an instructor nearby who offers classes on appropriate times that work with their schedule so they don't have any trouble going through this process as smoothly as possible!