American Red Cross Two-Year Certification Classes
For the Workplace, Schools and Individuals
Do you know what to do in a cardiac, breathing or first aid emergency?
Now you can help save a life. With an emphasis on hands-on learning, our American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED courses give you the skills to save a life.
All course options align with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs and are available in both classroom and blended learning formats. Certification is issued upon successful completion.
Free online refreshers are available with all course options.
Course length: From two-to five hours, depending on course option selected.
Two-year certification issued upon successful completion.
Course options: You can mix and match various courses to suit you and/or
your organization’s needs.
Courses are available for adult CPR and/or child CPR…first
aid separately or combined with CPR.
Learn how to respond to common first aid emergencies,
including burns; cuts; head, neck and back injuries and
more. Pediatric option available.
Learn how to respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies in adults, including the use of automated external
defibrillators (AED). Adult and pediatric options are available.
Group Class Fee:
$120 (Limited Seating)
Pre-registration and advance payment is required.
Private individual and group classes available on demand for additional charge. Call 203-947-4327 or email:
Group Class Dates:
April 3, Saturday, 10:30 am
June 17, Thursday, 6:30 pm
To Register for HF LearnSafety Basic Pistol Safety Classes:
Via Telephone: 203-947-4327
Via email: LearnSafety@gmail.com
HF LearnSafety Cancellation Policy: No refunds are available. If you are unable to attend a pre-registered class, you may reschedule by contacting us no later than three days prior to the class date. You may only reschedule once and must take the rescheduled class within a two-month period. Class registration is transferable to another person. HF LearnSafety reserves the right to cancel and reschedule any class due to low enrollment.