||Rancho Cordova AHA CPR/AED Description
This CPR training teaches how to use an automated external defibrillator, CPR techniques on babies, toddlers, and adults, and how to relieve an object if someone is choking.
Course Name: Heartsaver CPR/AED
Course Length: 3 hours
Cost: $70 (cash or check made to STS, no cards)
Card valid: 2 years, receive card on day of class
Certification: American Heart Association
Prerequisite: None. This is for renewal or initial
Location: Hyatt: 10744 Gold Center Drive, Rancho Cordova
Professions that require this course
This CPR course is for babysitters who are over ten years old, parents, grandparents, social workers, foster care parents, health club instructors, teachers, coaches, & construction workers.
DO NOT take this training
If you are in the medical or health care profession, the class you need is BLS. We teach that one also. Also do not take this course if you need EMSA certification for Child Care providers. You must take this course: http://www.sacramentocprcertification.com/course-catalog/pediatric-first-aid-cpr/
Safety Training Seminars is an AHA Training Center which allows us to give out the certification cards after course completion. We have an A-plus rating with the Rancho Cordova Better Business Bureau and have been providing classes since 1989.
After you register, we will email you a quick confirmation letter.
The Seminar Cancellation Policy
We allow students to cancel their class at any time for any reason with no penalty. I don’t think it is fair that other CPR schools charge students who cancel their course. But please email us if you cannot make it to class, so we can give the spot to someone else.
CPR Classroom Location
Hyatt Place in Rancho Cordova
Lots of free parking
10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Over the past few years, a bunch of online CPR class scams have crept onto the internet. If you are required to have an official certification card for work, the online CPR classes are not accepted for any job in the Sacramento area. The reason is online CPR classes have been set up as a scam. Basically, people to one these websites and pay about $50. Then print out a card from a home computer. Do you think a real CPR class can be completed in 5 minutes with no practice on mannequins, no test, no instructor, no reading, no videos, etc? Of course not. Do not get scammed. Make sure you take an official AHA course.
Manual from the AHA
Pick up your book after the course.
English as a Second Language
These courses are video driven and very stress-free.