CPR Training

Updated on April 19, 2010
S.C. asks from Forney, TX
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My husband and I are both CPR certified, but need to have my two teen daughters certified. When we were certified we didn't have to pay. I am looking for a place that would teach my daughter's infant, child and adult CPR without charging us an arm and leg. Thank you in advance!

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A.H.

answers from Tulsa on

I would try checking with local hospitals. They usually have some kind of courses going on throughout the year. I got certified through a babysitting course the hospital offered for teenagers.

L.A.

answers from Austin on

You may want to speak with your neighborhood fire station. One of my cousins was offering CPR lessons about a year ago. He says their fire dept. offers these courses for not very much money per person.

Maybe you all could put together a class from your daughters schools or church, it is a great certificate to have on their resumes for all sorts of babysitting and other jobs even as teens.

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A.R.

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I'm a foster parent, my family took a class through West Coast CPR Training and I would recommend anyone to them. The instructor Tara is also a firefighter, she came to our house and it was so convenient. My 6 and 8 year old kids sat in on the class even though they did'nt need a certification. Tara made the class fun and simple, personalizing the training for us. She really knows her stuff, we all learned something new. Best of all, after shopping around I found her prices to be reasonable and it was definitely worth it. I'll never go anywhere else for recertification! You should try West Coast CPR Training, you won't be disapointed

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B.H.

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usually the red cross offers it, and its 25 dollars each person.
But check your local hospital and or fire station

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C.B.

answers from Dallas on

Robert Coburn, Mobile Test -- ###-###-####
[email protected]____.com

Very good, very reasonable. We send our new employees to him as well as having him come to us for group CPR & First Aid once a year. I work at a childcare center.

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