CPR for Adults, Children, & Infants 

Are you prepared to respond to the most serious emergencies?


Your Mission: Learn the skills to resuscitate Adults, Children, & Infants in the event of life-threatening situations such as cardiac arrest, stroke, drowning, electrocution, trauma, and more.

CPR, Choking Relief, as well as Narcan and AED are all covered in this highly-experiential course so you can skillfully respond to the most acute situations.

CPR is for all people and is commonly taken by teachers, camp counselors, nature-based leaders, ski patrollers, utility workers, and parents.


Why Take CPR?

Taking CPR prepares you for the most serious emergencies a person can face. You will learn what to do when your patient is not breathing. This could be from cardiac arrest, stroke, drowning, electrocution, trauma, opioid use, choking, and more.

Topics we cover include:

  • CPR for Adults, Children, & Infants (compressions and breaths)
  • Choking Relief for Various Parties Including: infants, people who are pregnant, someone much larger than you, someone who uses a wheelchair, and of course, yourself!
  • AED (Automated External Defibrillator) 
  • Narcan/Naloxone Administration

Choose the format right for you.


Our highly immersive experience combines experiential learning games, realistic scenarios, lectures rich with meaningful stories, and opportunity for Q&A. 


2 Hours

Certification Period:

2 Years

Your cost:

CPR $57/person

We will teach on-site for a minimum of 10 people or $570.

Discounts are available for large groups.

Contact us to host.


Online CPR

Look forward to engaging, dynamic videos, actions, and quizzes. After you register, you will receive immediate access to your course on our learning platform. Once the coursework is complete, you will join us for a live online Skills Lab to crystallize your learning and get your questions answered.


1.5 Hours Online Coursework
.5 Hours Online Skills Lab

Certification Period:

2 Years

Your cost:

CPR $57

You have access to the course content for one year.