CPR / AED certification


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.  These classes fulfill all requirements for those certified as Foster Parents, Group Homes, Child Cares, Day cares, and Elder Care facilities

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Front Range CPR

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CPR Training For Parents

CPR training for parents is essential. The life-saving procedure can be used in an emergency situation where someone has stopped breathing and their heart doesn't beat anymore, or it could also help to save you from choking on food particles if there are any lodged between your teeth that will not go away with spitting out excess saliva (which does nothing). What's more important now than ever before? Getting this skill set so we're prepared!

Infant CPR classes for new parents

It can be challenging to learn how to CPR for the first time but luckily we offer infant classes. These will help parents understand what's happening in an emergency situation so that your baby is less stressed and more likely have a good outcome if it were ever needed!

CPR for friends and family

It's no secret that people are prone to emergencies, and your friends can also be at risk. Here is how you could help them in the event of an emergency: The "CPR for Friends & Family" lesson plan will teach those close with what they need so when faced with a sudden cardiac arrest it won’t feel terrifying or unfamiliar because we have all been trained on basic life saving skills!