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Now Serving All of Wisconsin!

Heartsaver CPR Courses Milwaukee

CPR Classes and other First Aid Courses

Below are the preventative and first response courses currently offered by our certified Milwaukee CPR training instructors. View the course descriptions for more information and see our CPR course availbility calendar to schedule your class. We now serve all of Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, Waukesha and Racine!

CPR Courses Now Available in Spanish: ¡Se Habla Español!  We offer each of our Milwaukee CPR courses in Spanish.

Get CPR Certified, Schedule Your Milwaukee CPR, FIRST AID, and AED Classes Today!

COURSE OFFERINGS:

Heartsaver Milwaukee CPR, AED, and First Aid Course

This course is the most comprehensive and most popular Milwaukee Heartsaver Certification CourseHeartsaver course taught to the general public that is not involved in healthcare.  This is an excellent course for anyone with limited or no medical training and the certification meets job, regulatory, and other requirements for workplace safety. It teaches students how to respond and manage different situations until EMS can respond to the scene by covering the key changes in the new 2010 AHA guidelines and:

  • First aid basics – bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock, and other first aid emergencies
  • Medical, injury, and environmental emergencies
  • Adult CPR and AED
  • Child/Infant CPR and AED (OPTIONAL)

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid, AED, and CPR Training in Milwaukee

The Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid course was designed by the American Heart Association to meet the regulatory and credentialing requirements for all child care workers. More specifically, this course is intended for:

  • Child care workers
  • Teachers
  • Coaches
  • Camp counselors
  • Youth group leaders
  • Anyone else responsible for children

This course is taught in addition to the Heartsaver CPR and AED course that covers adults, children, and infants. The content for this course covers several topics. These topics include:

  • Adult, child, and infant first aid, CPR, and AED
  • Pediatric first aid basics
  • Pediatric medical, injury, and environmental emergencies
  • Pediatric first aid topics including eye injuries, fever, suspected abuse, and bites (OPTIONAL)
  • Asthma care training (OPTIONAL)

Milwaukee Heartsaver CPR and AED

This course is again for anyone with little to no medical training, but it excludes the first aid portion of the training.  Students will cover the key changes in the new 2010 AHA guidlines and:

  • Adult CPR and AED
  • Child/Infant CPR and AED as well as child/infant choking (OPTIONAL)

Heartsaver First Aid Class in Milwaukee

This course is meant for students who need to satisfy school and/or license requirements for first aid certification only.  There is no CPR or AED training taught with this course.

Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens

The purpose of this course is to teach the proper way to protect yourself and others from being exposed to bloodborne pathogens.  Per the AHA, this course meets the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when pared with site-specific instruction.

This course is designed for anyone that may come in contact with bloodborne pathogens during the course of their work.  Some of those groups include:

  • Protective services
  • Gym staff
  • Anyone involved in childcare
  • Cleaning staff - hotels, schools, etc
  • Business/Factory safety crews

This AHA course uses the acronym PACT, which stands for protect, act clean, and tell.  Students will learn how to:

  • Protect themselves from exposure to bloodborne pathogens
  • Act when exposed to blood or blood-containing materials in the workplace
  • Clean themselves and the area when exposed to blood or blood-containing materials
  • Tell or report any exposure to blood or blood-containing materials in the workplace
Are you ready to be a hero? Protect your loved ones: contact Healthline First Aid today for Milwaukee CPR Classes. CALL 414-282-4532.

View our Course Calendar for more information about scheduled CPR Classes in Milwaukee. On site courses for groups 5 or more are available:

Counties Cities
Milwaukee
Winnebago New Berlin West Bend
Dane Rock Milwaukee Brookfield
Waukesha Washington Madison West Allis
Brown Sheboygan Green Bay
Wauwatosa
Kenosha Walworth Racine Beloit
Racine Fond Du Lac
Kenosha Franklin
Ozaukee Dodge Oshkosh Oak Creek
Jefferson Calumet Janesville Racine
Other locations for certification or recertification/renewal please contact our Milwaukee CPR training instructors to inquire.

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All of Wisconsin

Milwaukee CPR

From Our Training Site in Milwaukee

Why the change?

The AHA states that in the A-B-C sequence, chest compressions are often delayed while opening the airway, retrieving a barrier device, or gathering equipment. By changing the CPR sequence, chest compressions will be initiated sooner with a minimal delay in ventilations.