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CPR + First Aid Classes

Which CPR certification is the best in the USA?

The AHA CPR Certification is more widely accepted by healthcare professionals as it is considered slightly more extensive as well as more challenging. While the Red Cross allows an 80% or higher on their exams as passing, the AHA requires a score of 84% or greater.

  • CPR is a lifesaving skill that consists of chest compressions with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation or artificial ventilation.
  • CPR training offers capabilities on rescue breathing to bring back victims who have stopped breathing. 
  • According to the American Heart Association research findings, close to 200,000 lives could be saved annually with effective CPR.
  • CPR-trained persons can give high-quality CPR where needed and save lives.
  • You don’t necessarily need formal training to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, but having some basic knowledge is important.
  • To save lives during cardiac emergencies, you don’t have to be medical personnel or healthcare providers.
  • Chest compressions only or hands-only CPR might not be able to restore a normal heartbeat.
  • Anyone can be trained in CPR. The training is not limited to medical professionals.

The Casper-Natrona County Health Department offers American Heart Association CPR and First Aid classes at our building, 475 S. Spruce.  You may register by clicking on the date of the class you would like to attend.

The fee for all classes is $50 and is due upon registration.  No refund will be given if you do not attend the class.

Please note: Healthcare Provider Classes will only be offered quarterly beginning in 2018

You may fill out the following form by clicking the link to be placed on the CPR Wait list. This will help us provide classes when they are needed.

For a class at your place of business, please contact 307-577-9725. We request at least 8 people for a class to be held offsite.