Welcome to CPR School in Alpharetta, GA
We provide CPR/AED and First Aid training on a regular schedule. Also, we offer BLS for the Health Care Provider. We train individuals and Groups and we are happy to come to your location and train. Please fill out a request form or call us at
678-540-4450 with any questions.
CPR School in Alpharetta is dedicated to improving the health and safety of all people, whether at home, work, or school. At CPR School in Alpharetta , we strive to be a complete resource for CPR and First Aid certification training and certification compliance.
CPR School started out offering CPR, AED & First Aid training classes in the Alpharetta area, but has quickly expanded. We now offer AED training and CPR first responder program management services to schools, businesses, healthcare facilities, fitness centers, and a variety of other organizations in the Alpharetta area.
Classes are adapted to the needs of each and every customer. CPR Trainings goal is to ensure that everyone leaves its CPR, AED, and First Aid certification courses feeling confident in their ability to respond in a real-life emergency, no matter the situation or setting.
CPR certifications are valid for two years. If your are required to have you CPR certified, renewal is every 2 years. American Heart Association provides 2 year certification for CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, Bloodborne Pathogens and the Friends and Family CPR training program at CPR School in Alpharetta .
American Heart requires that the renewal is every two years, however it is best to go ahead and renew yearly. Your certification expires the last day of the expiration month and year. After two years it’s time for renewal your CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS classes.
Employees are often required to maintain a CPR certification and we know that it take more then one class to stay fresh on CPR certification so many First Responder classes practice CPR on a bi-monthly or quarterly basis. Always consider a renewal at CPR School in Alpharetta if you feel you are not sure what to do in case of emergency.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has leads the way for keeping CPR performance standards and guidelines as up-to-date as possible. Current research explains that CPR practices should be refreshed, improved and practiced on a regular basis. This information is included in all courses at CPR School in Alpharetta moving forward for certification for CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, Bloodborne Pathogens and the Friends and Family CPR training.