Breaking Records for Charities – CPR & AED Training Fundraiser

Breaking Records for Charities is sponsoring a Guinness Book of World Records™ record-breaking attempt to set a new world record for the, “Largest Circuit Fitness Training” event ever. We’re also using this wonderful event to raise money for local charities. Please join our CPR Fundraising event and help us raise more money for these terrific charities while increasing the number of people who are trained in life-saving CPR skills!

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Charity LogosBreaking Records for Charities is promoting and coordinating a Guinness Book of World Records™ attempt to steal the record for the single largest circuit training event. More importantly, we are raising money for some wonderful local organizations doing great work in our communities.

The Boys and Girls Club SWC, Conquer Chiari, Oak Grove Center and Rancho Damacitas will benefit from your participation and support in this fun and unique fundraising / record breaking event.

Breaking Records for Charities has partnered with to help raise funds for these charities, while increasing the number of people trained in life-saving CPR skills!

This truly is a win-win event for the entire community! The program involves online CPR & AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training. Training certifications are valid for 2 years from the date training is completed.

Your CPR training is modeled on the 2010 Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training guidelines. The very same guidelines used by The American Heart Association, The American Red Cross and every other training provider in the Country.

Training is equivalent to Bystander level training. This training is completed online. This training should not be completed if participants require Healthcare Provider level training or if required for employment in a licensed childcare facility as both require different levels of training.

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Authorized Training

National training providers such as the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association have no authority to certify any other providers training programs or curriculum other than their own local training centers.

There is no national training authorizing authority as it relates to the issuance of training programs or certifications.

No logos from any other national training provider will appear on's certificates of completion or training certification cards.

Training Standards 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. 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.


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.