BLS CPR & AED Classes in Laurel


American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR and AED Classes

Our American Heart Association (AHA) CPR classes in Laurel cover everything you need to know to effectively perform life-saving CPR, operate an AED, and use Basic Life Support (BLS) skills. Learn from skilled instructors who provide hands-on training and cover the 7 steps of CPR for adults, children, and infants.

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Laurel CPR Classes

With the proper training, you can learn the skills to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and help save lives. Our American Heart Association CPR classes in Laurel, Maryland teach you Basic Life Support (BLS) skills and proper resuscitation techniques. You’ll learn national healthcare standards from professional instructors, in an approachable format for people from all backgrounds.

In the CPR class you’ll learn:

  • Basic life support skills including how to use an AED
  • How to perform CPR on adults and infants
  • The proper technique and steps for CPR
  • How to provide choking relief

We’re passionate about teaching as many people as possible how to perform these life-saving methods. That’s why we provide high-quality AHA CPR classes at the best rates, to provide you and those around you with greater safety.

Our CPR Training Includes

  • Same Day CPR + First Aid Cards
  • Hands on Chest Compression Training
  • Rescue Breath Training
  • AED Usage for Infant, Child, and Adults
  • Friendly and Relaxed Environment
  • Professional Instructors

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Most cardiac arrest events occur outside the hospital, whether in homes, in public, or at nursing facilities. A healthcare professional won’t always be readily available to administer the time-sensitive care necessary for their health or survival. Bystanders and civilians trained in CPR can save lives by providing immediate resuscitation.

We’re excited you’re interested in our Laurel CPR classes and want to encourage you to take the next step. You’ll have the opportunity to practice in an easy-to-learn environment with all the resources and training to become confident performing CPR. We equip you with friendly, hands-on training so the technique sticks with you and can be applied when someone is in danger.

What is CPR?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a method for assisting someone who is in cardiac arrest and not breathing on their own by providing chest compressions and rescue breaths. The technique is crucial and must be adjusted based on the person’s age. CPR does not always restore a heartbeat, which is why an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is often used to apply electricity, stopping arrhythmia.

What to Expect in Your CPR BLS Classes

Our AHA CPR classes are designed to teach people from all backgrounds how to perform life-saving BLS and CPR techniques, and how to use an AED.

During the course you can expect to learn–

  • Chest compressions: hand position, body position, and rates
  • Rescue breaths: airway position, technique, time
  • The 7 Steps of CPR
  • Differences between adults and infants

With expert training from our instructors, you’ll be fully equipped and knowledgeable. You’ll have time to practice on a manikin and learn hands-on as if you were saving a person in real life. If you want to become First Aid certified, you can take a different First Aid and CPR class that covers both skills.

Why Train With Us?

  1. Our classes are AHA-certified and widely recognized as premium CPR courses approved by employers.
  2. You’ll be prepared to handle emergencies with life-saving methods thanks to the interactive, expert training our classes provide.
  3. Learn in a hands-on, small group environment with the personal attention of your expert instructor.
  4. You’ll receive your BLS CPR card on the same day you finish the class.


When can I take my CPR course?

You can sign up for one of our pre-scheduled courses at our Laurel facility, or contact us to arrange a group training at a time and location convenient for your organization.

How do I complete the CPR course?

To complete the CPR course, you must attend a class, undergo a skills checkoff, and pass a written examination. Each step is integrated into the class period so by the end of the day, you’ll have fulfilled all requirements to earn your certification.

When will my certification expire?

Your CPR certification expires after 2 years. To continue demonstrating the necessary skills for CPR or AED use, you must retake the class and undergo CPR certification renewal.

Where can I find CPR classes near me? Where can I find BLS classes near me?

You can find AHA BLS certification and CPR classes in Laurel, Maryland at our facility or you can schedule an onsite CPR class with us. Check our calendar for available dates and times, or contact us to discuss organizing a class for your group.

How long do the CPR classes last?

Class times are approximately 3 hrs.

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