Since the company’s founding in 2015, Attentive Safety CPR and Safety Training have trained over 400,000 students around the United States of America.
Group CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid Training (ASHI)
5-9 people, $65.00 per person 10-19 people, $55.00 per person 20+ people, $45.00 per person
Group First Aid CPR AED Training (AHA)
5-9 people, $75.00 per person 10-19 people, $65.00 per person 20+ people, $55.00 per person
Group Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Training Rates (ARC)
5-9 people $85.00 per person 10-19 people $75.00 per person 20+ people $65.00 per person
Group BLS Training
Group BLS Training, 5-9 people, $75.00 per person Group BLS Training, 10-19 people, $65.00 per person Group BLS Training, 20+ people, $55.00 per person
Group BLS Renewal
Group BLS Renewal, 5-9 people, $55.00 per person Group BLS Renewal, 10-19 people, $45.00 per person Group BLS Renewal, 20+ people, $35.00 per person
Group Bloodborne Pathogens Training
5-9 people, $25.00 per person 10-19 people, $20.00 per person 20+ people, $15.00 per person
Attentive Safety® teaches individual and group CPR, First Aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS and Safety training classes. You can come to our location for an individual class or we can come to you.
Benefits of Attentive Safety CPR and Safety Training
American Heart Association, American Red Cross and ASHI certification CPR classes
1 to 1 manikin ratio reduces class time saving you time and time is money
Instructors are fully licensed and insured
Single point of contact & set pricing for all of your locations
Online CPR class scheduling available 24/7/365
Open to anyone - nurses, babysitters, doctors, educators, business owners, EMS, etc.
On-site training at your home, business, medical office, church, or school
CPR classes held day and night to accommodate your busy schedule
CPR classes are stress-free and fun, incorporating real-life scenarios
Our pricing is fair and does not include any hidden charges.
Attentive Safety Instructors are all experts with direct current experience in the field of emergency intervention. They provide real-world insight, but they also guide a learning experience that’s focused on you, not them. You need to gain the skills and confidence to act in a crisis, which means you should learn to feel comfortable with the techniques. We encourage an open discussion format designed to answer all your questions so you can engage with the material on your own terms. Additionally, we enforce a strict one-to-one manikin-to-student ratio, giving you all the time and hands-on experience you need to feel at ease with the simple steps needed to save someone’s life.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including heart attack or near drowning, in which someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. The American Heart Association recommends that everyone — untrained bystanders and medical personnel alike — begin CPR with chest compressions.
It's far better to do something than to do nothing at all if you're fearful that your knowledge or abilities aren't 100 percent complete. Remember, the difference between you doing something and doing nothing could be someone's life.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, with hundreds of thousands of Americans dying every year from sudden cardiac events. Although on-the-spot care can triple the victim’s chance of survival, it’s administered in less than a third of cases. The majority of Americans – about 70% – have no idea what to do when a medical crisis strikes. CPR training can change that, and the right CPR classes can give everyone the skills and the confidence they need to react effectively.
American Heart Association® Disclaimer: The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all American Heart Association courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for American Heart Association course materials, do not represent income to the American Heart Association.
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