Assisted Living Group CPR Training in Melbourne & Beyond
Do you need CPR classes for assisted living staff? Do you have at least five employees needing a class?
We Are approved Melbourne AHA BLS Training vendors with Brookdale and many other Assisted Living Facilities.
CPR classes for assisted living staff are easy to schedule when you work with CardioCare CPR Training and Certification. We work with independent and corporate ALFs around Florida, providing a consistent, concise training class that generates many compliments.
Our standard practice is to bring enough mannequins so that everyone in attendance has their own. This helps the class go faster and allows each student additional uninterrupted practice time on the critical life-saving skills that we practice. Specifically, opening blocked airways of choking victims and performing CPR on elderly adults.
Our hands-on demonstration of our Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) will instill confidence in your staff, and have them feeling able to help out in a cardiac arrest situation. Additionally, we always perform a readiness check on the AED in your facility. We make sure the batteries and pads are within their usable dates. As national distributors for all the makes and models of AEDs, we can pass through additional savings on new AEDs, pads, batteries, or any other AED-related accessories you may want for your location.
If you have a group of at least five, we will come to your facility to teach your group. Or, you can choose to come to our classroom at the Melbourne Square Mall.
We can teach either the American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Training in Melbourne, or the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) version. The AHA version is more in-depth and takes up to three hours to complete, including the written test. The ASHI version is shorter. Contact us to discuss which certification is best for your facility.
Call or text us at 321-749-9945 to schedule your group’s instruction in CPR BLS.
*CPR BLS course completion certificates are issued by either The American Heart Association (AHA) or The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI), both of which are accepted by CAPCE and AHCA.