Did you know that the current survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is less than 7%? Dramatically improve those odds with training that prepares participants to respond to a medical emergency. The combination of instructor, video-self instruction and hands-on training assures maximum skills retention.

Participants Will Learn To

  • To take action in a medical emergency

  • Assess the victim

  • Provide basic life support, including airway management, breathing and circulation

  • Use an AED

  • Learn the difference between standard CPR and CPR for a choking victim

Course Information

  • 4.0 hour class

  • Classes held on Saturday and Sundays

  • Class Times: 9am to 1pm

  • Meets ALL OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.51

Who Would Benefit

  • Emergency Response Teams

  • Lifeguards 

  • Teachers and Coaches

  • Babysitters and Nannies

  • Retirement Home Staff

  • General Public / Employees

Materials Included

  • Participant Guide

  • Access to the NSC online video library

  • Packets for classroom activities

  • Gloves for practice with preventing disease transmission

Course Lessons

  • Acting in an Emergency

  • Preventing Disease Transmission

  • Check the Victim

  • Recovery Position

  • Adult CPR 1-1 Rescuer to Victim

  • Adult CPR 2-1 Rescuers to Victim

  • Adult AED

  • Pediatric CPR 1-1 Rescuer to Victim

  • Pediatric AED

  • Choking (Adult & Pediatric)

You will be certified on BOTH Adult & Pediatric (toddler & infant) Victims.  


To ensure proper demonstration and student practice we invest in class hours as these are skills that can save the life of a family member, friend, or co-worker.

Course Cost

  • $30 Per Student​ 

  • Certification Card is good for 2 years

  • Issued by the National Safety Council

  • Minimum enrollment - 3 participants

  • Maximum enrollment - 10 participants

  • Eligible to enroll for FREE in the OptimumLife Partner-Return classes.  Follow us on Facebook for class announcements or visit our webpage on the 1st & 15th of each month for updates.