CPR Required for High School Graduation

by Katrina -

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 video training and take the online test. (And don’t worry, you can take the test as many times as you need to in order to pass.) 

Then, if your school decides to, you have the opportunity to demonstrate what you’ve learned by doing the chest compressions and rescue breaths on a mannequin and by using the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) to show that you know how to save someone’s life.

And the best part is: you get to do it with your friends!

It’s a fun, collaborative learning course that really helps solidify the skills or basic knowledge that you may already have.  And if you’ve never taken a CPR class before, it’s a great way to learn everything you need to know to step in and save someone’s life at a moment’s notice.

After completing our course, you will feel CONFIDENT in your ability to do just that — save a life.

For more information on how to get YOUR school signed up for our Free Student CPR Program, please go to http://www.studentcpr.com.

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