Adult, Child & Infant Community CPR & AED – Cub Scout Pack #251

Welcome to Cub Scout Pack #251’s CPR Fundraising program! The Cub Scout motto is, “Do Your Best”, and we believe learning CPR and AED skills will help ensure that you can, “Do Your Best” should someone need care during a medical emergency.

Help us raise money and awareness about the importance of CPR training!

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Performing CPRWelcome to your Adult, Child & Infant Community CPR & AED training presented by CPRfundraising.com. We’re so happy you’ve chosen to support community organizations and to help raise awareness and training in life-saving CPR skills.

 

Your course includes Adult, Child & Infant CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training.  Your certifications are valid for two (2) years from the date you complete and pass your course completion quiz.

 

At the conclusion of your course you will be required to complete and pass a 25 question certification quiz. If for some reason it’s needed, you have three (3) additional opportunities to retake the quiz.

 

You will be completing Bystander / Community level CPR training which is the most popular level of CPR training taken by people across the Country. CPRfundraising.com has modeled its’ training programs after the Emergency Cardiovascular Care national training guidelines just like the American Red Cross (ARC), the American Heart Association (AHA) and every other national training provider has modeled their training programs to these guidelines. Your training is OSHA, ILCOR (International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation) and the Heart and Stroke Foundation compliant.

 

Your training includes the following lessons:

Before You Provide Care; Rescue Breathing; Conscious Choking Adults, Children and Infants; Cardiac Emergencies; Adult CPR for the Single Rescuer; Child CPR for the Single Rescuer; Infant CPR for the Single Rescuer; Hands Only CPR; Unconscious Choking Adults, Children and Infants; AED (Automated External Defibrillator); Recognizing and Caring for Shock; Recognizing and Caring for Strokes; Course Certification Quiz.

 

To begin your course, click the, “Start Course” button in the upper right corner. You may stop your course at any time. Simply return to CPRfundraisers.com and log into your account. You will be able to continue your training from the point where you left off. Upon completion of your CPR training, you may return for a refresher training as frequently as you’d like for the duration of your CPR certification.

 

 

 

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  • $20.00
  • 2 months
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Training Standards

CPRfundraising.com training programs have been modeled after the Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) national guidelines for Bystander or Community level CPR training.

All training is OSHA compliant. Requirements for CPR training are issued by individual employers and educational institutions. CPRfundraising.com training certification's should not be used for Healthcare Provider Level training requirements or if you will be working as a childcare provider.

Participants are required to verify that our training standards are acceptable for their needs. If you require a certification card instead of a certificate of completion, please select that option during your checkout.

Disclaimer

Online training participants may find it useful or beneficial to participate in a hands-on skill review session, at the conclusion of their online training, to reinforce presented skills. However, there is no legal requirement to do so. Some employers or schools may have individual policies preferring or requiring hands-on skills practice.

Completing CPR training in an online or classroom environment does not guarantee that your resuscitation efforts will be effective if performed in an emergency environment.

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