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Offering CPR, AED and First Aid certification classes

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Minnesota – View public calendar
Twin Cities |St Cloud |Southern Minnesota | Minneapolis | St Paul | Albertville | Apple Valley | Bloomington | Burnsville | Brooklyn Park | Elk River | Inver Grove Heights | Maple Grove| Minnetonka | Mounds view | Oakdale | Plymouth | Shakopee | Stillwater | Albert Lea | Mankato | Rochester

Pennsylvania – View public calendar
Harrisburg area
| Central East PA | Carlisle | Gettysburg | Hershey | Lancaster | Reading | York | Camp Hill | Elizabethtown | King of Prussia | West Chester | Allentown | Pottstown

  • Offering public CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation), AED, and First Aid training classes in over 30 cities across Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia and Wisconsin.  Our public classes offer an American Heart certification good for up to 2 years.
  • Private classes for your workplace
  • AED Sales

What is CPR? Why do we need CPR training? Who needs to attend a Bloodborne Pathogens course?

What about AED‘s? Why do we need First Aid training?


  • Pressing the Speed Dial or 911 is Not Enough – Learn CPR Donna Ryan  Be Proactive – Sign Up for Heartsaver CPR You cannot just press “911” on you cell phone and hope for the best. Saving a life is much more crucial than that. Knowing CPR can avert a tragedy, and keep a person sustained until emergency help arrives. Therefore, anyone, any age, should make it a point to ...
  • Only 10 percent of victims survive without CPR Troy Bowman   Here is an interesting fact.  Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the U.S., affecting more than 1,000 people each day. On average only 10 percent of victims survive, but survival rates jump to 40 percent when victims are treated with CPR and defibrillators.  This percentage increases even more when immediate ...
  • More student reviews Troy BowmanAs Business manager with In-Pulse CPR, I see hundreds of reviews from students whom have attended our classes each and every month.  We rarely see a bad review.   Here are some recent reviews from some of our students:Best CPR class that I’ve ever taken! Instructors were fabulous!  Finally feel confident with what to do!  There were ...