No Voice Assisted Manikins - All Classes are Live with an AHA Instructor
AHA CPR Training in San Francisco since 2010
Lowest price CPR classes Guaranteed!
Never a fee to reschedule
Receive your CPR Certification the same day!
We are now offering the fastest and most efficient way to receive your CPR/AED, BLS, or First Aid certification. Blended learning combines AHA eLearning at your home, or office with an engaging Hands-on Skills session with us.
Learn High-Quality, high performance CPR in a 1 hour skills session Vs. a three hr. class!
American Heart Association BLS Certification
BLS Provider (Healthcare)
BLS classes for Healthcare Professionals. This course satisfies the BLS training requirement for California hospitals and clinics.
Blended learning is a combination of Heartcode® BLS online and a BLS class instructor-led Hands-on skills session.
Receive Your AHA CPR Certification the same day. We are in SoMA when you look for a CPR class near me in San Francisco.
Great Savings, Group CPR Discounts
Guaranteed lowest price CPR certification in San Francisco! Save $26 compared to our competitors VAM (Voice Assisted Manikins)
AHA Instructor-led CPR classes, and BLS classes in San Francisco
Beware of our competition offering CPR skills with a voice assisted manikin without an instructor present. Saving lives is a team effort!
Scheduled CPR classes 3 to 4 days every week, including weekends.
Also, we travel anywhere in the SF Bay Area to provide a group CPR class at you location.
Discounts for Group CPR Classes up to 40% Off
Very practical tips, not just the things you can learn in a book or online. Efficient, focused learning and great experience."
San Francisco, CA
"Wonderfully painless and quick CPR class that gives you all the info in a fun and interactive format with lots of hands on practice. Roy is just great and makes the class stress free and fun. Highly recommended!!!"
San Francisco, CA
What is the difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest?
Frequently asked questions about CPR and using an AED explained here: