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CPR Certification Online



Hey neighbors!

We have been considering some different courses that we would like the children to complete as extra-curricular activities.  CPR classes are definitely one of them!  I was browsing the website for CPR Certification 101.  This would be a great benefit for anyone to know.  For use at home, or should it ever be needed babysitting, or just out and about. They do point out on their website one very important point, knowing CPR and being certified are two different things.  If you are not certified, you can be held liable.

There are different levels of classes available on their site.  They have basic CPR or you can learn CPR for varying ages, and how to use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator).  Prices vary depending on which class you take.  They also offer First Aid Training online.  This is another course I would like everyone in the family to take.

There are major benefits to each of these courses.  Just being a parent justifies taking a course like this.  I ought to know having six children.  First aid is something we have used over the years.

Have any of my neighbors taken a course on CPR or First Aid?  How often have you had to put them in use?  Be sure to leave a comment and let us know!

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