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Free Student CPR: What’s the catch?

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CPR certification cards can cost schools anywhere from $2-$50/student. Some schools offer certification cards but require students to foot the bill, creating a financial gap of unequal opportunity. Student CPR is able to provide schools with the following, all at no cost: Teacher training to become Skill Evaluators Online student curriculum Online dashboard (student management and grading) 2 year certification …

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State of Oregon working toward making CPR Mandatory for High School Graduation

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While it’s still early, the State of Oregon has been working toward making CPR a mandatory requirement for high school graduation.  If they pass it, they’ll join Washington, Texas and Arizona, who are all very close to having mandatory CPR training in their high schools. In Oregon, Senate Bill 275 would require students to receive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and …

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CPR Required for High School Graduation

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Are you a high school student in Iowa, Alabama, Tennessee, Minnesota or North Carolina? If so, that means you are required to learn CPR before graduating high school. But don’t worry, it’s FUN! Especially if your school uses our Student CPR program. The program is easy to implement and quick to execute. You simply register online and watch our online …

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Student CPR Mile-Marker!

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We’ve hit a mile-marker! We have 30+ schools from five different states either already using our free Student CPR program or in the process of implementing it. And that number is growing daily! WOOT WOOT! You can help us reach our next mile-marker: 50 schools! Get the word out about this program: tell your friends, share it with your family …