In-Pulse CPR is now offering weekly American Heart CPR, First Aid, and AED certification classes at multiple locations in the Tampa Bay area. At In-Pulse CPR - 'You Can Learn A Lot From A CPR Dummy!'
Online PR News – 12-March-2011 – – 'I have been CPR certified for the past 15 years. This was by far the best CPR class I have ever attended.' says one recent student.
Did you know that In-Pulse CPR receives our highest marks 98% of the time by those who have attended our public classes. 'We use the latest CPR manikins and AED's available.' Says Troy Bowman, business manager for the company. 'Our CPR equipment sets us apart from others who may offer CPR classes in the area and makes an improved learning environment for our students' Says Bowman.
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Commonly asked questions that our students ask:
(Q) I am unsure what certification through the American Heart I need to take.
(A) Here are the three most common AHA certifications that are available and the career groups that take them. They are:
* BLS for Healthcare Professionals / Healthcare Provider: Nurses, dentists, hygienists, nursing students, dental students, emergency medical technicians, professional rescuer, or anyone in the health-care industry required to have CPR training.
* Heartsaver CPR or Heartsaver CPR/AED: All laypersons including daycare providers, warehouse staff, lifeguards, teachers, office staff, church staff, daycare providers, safety committee staff, yoga or fitness instructors, parents or grandparents, scout leaders, etc.
* Heartsaver CPR with First Aid: Anyone in the lists above who as is also required or feel it is important to have basic First-Aid training. Most daycare providers are required to take this qualifying first aid course at least once.
(Q) I have taken a Red Cross CPR certification course in the past. Why would I want to take an AHA (American Heart Assoc) certification course now?
(A) The biggest difference is an American Heart certification is good for two years and Red Cross requires you to renew your certification each year. There are a few differences on how the courses are taught but the basic fundamentals are very similar. Most employers, colleges, and organizations will accept the American Heart CPR certification but not all will accept the Red Cross. When in doubt, It is always best to check with your employer or organization. We teach and certify through the AHA.
(Q) Once I take the class, do I have to wait to receive the certification card? When do I receive my Certification card?
(A)You do not need to wait for the card. You will receive your American Heart certification card at the completion of the class on the day you attend.
(Q) What type of equipment do you train with?
(A) We use the latest in Laerdal, Simulaids, and Prestan CPR manikins that are available. We also have the most popular AED trainers to teach with. Visit our website to see why our CPR gear is better and can help improve your chances on learning effective CPR.
Our staff is here to help provide you with the best educational experience anywhere and is available during office hours (9am to 6pm M-F) at 813-343-4024 to answer your questions and help you find a class that is right for you.