In-Pulse CPR is now offering first aid and CPR classes in the Philadelphia metro area for both community and health care professionals
Online PR News – 13-June-2018 – Philadelphia, PA – In-Pulse CPR, a multi-state American Heart Training Center (TC), with classes in many communities across three different states is NOW offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes at several locations in the Philadelphia Pennsylvania metro area for both community and health care professionals. In-Pulse CPR has been proving classes in Central Pennsylvania for the past 8 years but now is also offering classes in the eastern part of the state, including, Valley Forge, Feasterville, Plymouth Meeting, Allentown, West Chester, and Philly. We are making a major investment in the region to offer up to 13 class locations. More will be added monthly. Soon we will be proving classes in Upper Darby, Media, and more sites within the Philadelphia city limits. "Ideally, our goal, is that a CPR class is within an 8 mile drive from anyone living in the Philadelphia area," says Troy Bowman. Troy is the business manager for In-Pulse CPR.
"Currently In-Pulse CPR offers the most commonly requested American Heart certifications people ask for." says Bowman. These certifications include Heartsaver CPR with AED. These courses teaches basic CPR to laymen. Layman include non medical employees such as day care staff, warehouse workers, babysitters, boy/girl scout leaders, grandparents, etc. Heartsaver First Aid is often taught along side the CPR certification and is taught to effectively recognize and treat adult, child and infant emergencies in the first 7 to 10 critical minutes before emergency help arrives. First Aid is primarily taken by daycare providers and office workers. "Our most popular certification," Bowman says, "is our BLS Provider, the CPR certification for Healthcare workers." BLS stand for Basic Life Support and is for health-care professionals including nurses, dental assistants or anyone who has a health related degree. The course teaches CPR skills to help health-care workers deal with cardiac arrest, choking, and heart attack for all ages. Most nurses, EMT's. dental workers, and nursing students are required to get "CPR Certified" by a qualified program such as through the American Heart. In-Pulse CPR is now offering Bloodborne Pathogens training. This course is for any non medical employee who could 'reasonably encounter bloodborne pathogens within their daily job responsibilities. This is an OSHA approved course. In-Pulse CPR also will also send an instructor to offer a private group class for 6 or more students. If you are unsure what class you need, their site has a Faq area with helpful advise.
Students successfully completing most courses receive a two-year certification from the American Heart Association. The fee for each course varies. Registration can be completed online by visiting the company's web site http://www.inpulsecpr.com.com/pennsylvania or by contacting them via phone at 215-515-8977.