cpr in the classroomPart of your duty as a teacher and school administrator is to promote student safety and health. Safety and security mandates like mock fire alarm drills and discussing safety plans are a few state-enforced ways staff can practice emergency response protocols during high pressure situations. But how does your administration handle the more common emergency situations like choking, seizures or sporting injuries?

In some cases, your state requires CPR or first aid training. Although, according to School CPR, states like Pennsylvania do not mandate CPR for all teachers and educational administrators.

We are always happy to share CPR & safety training success stories, however we usually find that these outcomes are positive because someone on site was properly trained. Whether the state requires your teachers to have a valid CPR certification or not, training your staff offers invaluable, hands on practice that will allow them to react fast in an emergency situation.

Why work with us:

  • Group trainings are an excellent way to keep teachers and administrators up-to-date on training protocols.
  • Instructors come to your school at a time that’s convenient for you — even nights and weekends.
  • All participants will receive a certification card that specifies CPR and first aid.
  • Trainings meet the necessary state requirements.

CPR Certification for Teachers

We believe in a training atmosphere that allows teachers and staff to engage in a way that instills the confidence to react if an emergency were to arise. Our instructors schedules are flexible because we understand that coordinating a training session for your staff can be stressful.

Learn more about us by browsing our list of satisfied clients and reading our reviews. We have worked with over 1,000 businesses throughout Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.

In addition to school CPR training, we provide childcare CPR training and more! Use the link below to request a quote or give us a call for more information.