CPR & First Aid Certification
CPR and First Aid Classes in Georgia and South Carolina
At First Response, we believe people learn best when they are relaxed. Our engaging instructors strive to make the class informative and relevant for each unique audience. Practice makes perfect, so we have lots of manikins available to make sure everyone has adequate practice time to feel confident with the skills learned.
Our course meets Bright From the Start requirements in Georgia and Endeavors guidelines in South Carolina.
With over 22 years of experience, First Response knows how to tailor the training for your group.
How to Get CPR Certified
We come to your facility and train your staff at your convenience.
In metro Atlanta or Augusta, we do ask for a minimum of 8 during the week and 12 on Saturday. For other areas, view our minimum page to learn more.
Participants earn a 2 year CPR & First Aid certification. This meets Bright From the Start requirements in Georgia and Endeavors guidelines in South Carolina.
$25 per person
Blended Online Training
Due to Covid, many offices are opting to do blended online training. This also works great if you do not have enough for the minimum.
- Classes are done online in a Live Zoom Training with an Instructor.
- After completing the online class, they will receive a 45-day certificate until participants complete a hands-on skills check.
- The hands-on portion is done in small groups and takes about 15 minutes per group.
- Participants earn a 2 year CPR & First Aid certification after skills check. This meets Bright From the Start requirements in Georgia and South Carolina Endeavors guidelines.
$25 a person. No minimum is required.
After completing your online training, you will need to do an in-person CPR skills check. We have locations across Georgia and South Carolina.
This is usually done outside in small, socially distanced groups.
If you would like to host an on-site skills check, there is a $50 fee (total); this is waived if you have 6 or more people. You can request one here.
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