I am sorry to say that due to the AHA course material price increase, i have to also increase the price of the course. I know that this may impact your decision to register and continue to use Health First as your CPR center. Please understand that i have not increased my prices for many […]
I am very excited to announce that i have moved my business to a new Training Center. This location has two training rooms and will allow me to accommodate larger groups. To celebrate, i’m offering a 20% discount on all my classes. Just enter the Promo code CPRASAP when you register online. Thank you for […]
An estimated 92% of all pets will experience some type of severe medical emergency situation over the course of their lifetime. Pet Parents aren’t aware of the many dangers that exist for their four-legged family members, that’s why it’s so important to be trained and current in Pet CPR, First Aid & Care
1. CPR saves lives. More than 300,000 people have cardiac arrests in the United States every year. 2. CPR is not performed enough. Bystander CPR is done is less than half of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrests. 3. You don’t have to do mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Another reason people say they do not perform CPR is because they don’t want […]
Preparing for a medical emergency involving your pet is always best accomplished before the event takes place. This course is designed to help guide you through the important decisions about first aid, as well as how and when to transport your pet quickly and safely to a veterinary hospital or emergency facility.
In a HURRY, don’t have time to sit through a class? Take the on Line (E-Learn) CPR Course, Followed by the skills session with a Health First instructor.
A skills session is the hands-on portion of an AHA eLearning course and includes Parts 2 and 3 – skills practice and testing. It is conducted in-person after a student completes Part 1 online. Skills sessions are conducted by AHA BLS Instructors. Go to http://www.onlineaha.org Sign up for the course you are looking for. Complete […]
The second worst thing that can happen to your pet is for him to get sick or hurt; the truly worst thing is for you as the pet owner to be totally unprepared when accident or misfortune strikes.
This course covers all the basics of first aid care for dogs and cats, from cuts and bee stings to convulsions, choking, and traumatic, life-threatening injuries. Steps to take in any given situation are taught one at a time, and a number of very helpful hands on practice make all of the information as direct […]