Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
HF4MW iNC. offers certified CPR classes for CPR Plus that includes: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training and CPR/AED training.
CPR Certification is a group of problem-solving medical procedures and techniques designed to provide urgent treatment of life threatening cardiac emergencies such as cardiac arrest and stroke.
CPR Certification Classes
Health & Fitness 4 Minority Women Inc offers CPR certification for those who are required to be certified by their employer or organization, and anyone who is concerned about knowing how to save a life.
HF4MW INC. CPR classes are taught by certified trained American Red Cross Instructors Training is made easy and engaging.
All of HF4MW INC. Training’s CPR certifications are OSHA compliant. Classes are offered locally in the Bay area of California, but HF4MW INC is not limited from traveling extended distances to teach classes.
This page will talk about who needs a CPR certification, what topics are covered in a CPR class, the process of getting a CPR certification, and what can be expected when taking CPR classes.
To get your CPR certification from HF4MW INC. you must register below for planned dates:
The Classes include:
- 1:10 Instructor:Student Ratio
- 2yr Certification2:1 Student:Manikin Ratio
- 2.5 - 5 Hour Class (depending on instructor)
CPR AED is a course that teaches adults CPR & AED use, as well as how to relieve choking on an adult. This course also teaches optional sections in child CPR & AED use and infant CPR, including child and infant choking.
Class Certification: AHA CPR AED Course Certification Card is valid for two years. Your Card is issued immediately following course completion.
2019 CLASS SCHEDULE
(PLEASE REGISTER EARLY TO GET WITHIN THE CLASS, 12 ONLY)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 2019 10AM - 2:30PMCPR PLUS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 10AM - 2:30PM CPR PLUS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2019 10AM - 2:30PM CPR PLUS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2019 4:30PM - 8:00PM CPR/FIRST AID
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019 4:00PM -7:30PM CPR PLUS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2019 5:30 - 7:00PM CPR/AED
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019 10AM - 2:30PM CPR PLUS
TUES, NOVEMBER 12, 2019 5:00PM - 6:30PM CPR/AED
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2019 10AM - 2:30PM CPR PLUS
$125 per person CPR PLUS
$95 per person CPR/AED
(10% discount for non-profit organizations)
Who needs CPR certification?
CPR and AED certification is generally required by an employer or an organization. Certifications are required due to regulations from OSHA, state licensing boards, or an organization’s personal policy. . The following are examples of industries that require a current non-healthcare CPR & AED certification.
- K-12 Schools
- Foster Agencies
- Daycare centers
- Fitness Trainers
- Boy Scouts
- Recreation and sport centers
- Any organization that owns an AED
Aside from the above list, many people voluntarily choose to be CPR & AED certified because they want to be prepared for an emergency. Most commonly, non-required groups that take CPR classes are:
- New parents
- Proactive employers
- Social clubs
Anyone can and should take a CPR class. The skills are invaluable, and people often take the opportunity for granted until faced with a crisis.
Are you ready to take a CPR class?
or Mail payment to:
HF4MW INC. 7118 ORRAL ST.#A; OAKLAND, CA 94621
What is taught in a CPR class?
A CPR class is broken down into three modules: Adult, Child, and Infant CPR. Adult CPR is a required module, however the Child and Infant modules are optional add-ons. This different than the CPR for Healthcare Providers class which requires all three modules be taught without exception.
All three modules of the CPR certification teach the same skill with a few key differences. Below are the CPR steps students will learn in all three modules:
- Recognizing cardiac arrest and call 9-1-1
- How to perform high quality compressions
- Giving breaths mouth-to-mouth and with a barrier device like a CPR mask
- Proper use of an AED (automated external defibrillator)
- How to help responsive and unresponsive chocking victims
- Using Naloxone (Narcan) for opioid overdose emergencies
CPR guidelines change every five years (e.g. 2010, 2015, 2020, etc). The American Heart Association sets the guidelines and all other major agencies such as the American Red Cross adopt the guidelines and update their curriculum. Some American Heart Association CPR guideline changes are bigger than others, but it’s all evidence-based research that has been gathered from around the world.
It’s important that students remain life-long learners.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
7118 Orral Street
Oakland, CA 94621
Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM
Sat: 10AM - 5PM