FIRST AID & CPR CLASSES IN SACRAMENTO, STOCKTON AND MODESTO
WEEKLY CPR CLASSES
Certified, Hands-On CPR Classes open to the public for ALL provider levels. Professional CPR hosts weekly CPR classes at our three training locations in Sacramento and Modesto.
ONSITE CPR CLASSES
We are the onsite training experts of Northern California! Since 2001, Professional CPR has provided onsite CPR training for Homes, Businesses, Non-Profits and Government Agencies.
We offer nationally accredited, two year certifications that meet state of California Department of Health, OSHA requirements and are approved by the American Heart Association®.
SOME OF OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE:
Teachers, Coaches, Foster Parents, Athletic/Personal Trainers, Construction Workers, Manufacturing, Industrial, Food Service Workers, Social Workers.
Dental Professionals, Nurses, Doctors, Paramedics, Radiology Techs, Medical Assistants, Hospital Staff, CNA’s, LVN’s, Physical Therapists, Medical Students.
Jack is a very good presenter. Made the class interesting. And made the info stick. I feel confident that I could handle CPR now if ever need be. I highly recommend this class!
Adrienna Z. Modesto, CAFebruary 2, 2016
Great class! The instructor Josh was awesome. He gives good feedback and is very informative.
Tyler H. Turlock, CAJanuary 30, 2016
Very informative and fun class. I would highly recommend it to anyone even if it's not required of you.
WELCOME TO PROFESSIONAL CPR
Since 2001, Professional CPR has been Northern California’s trusted leader in Individual and Large Group CPR Classes. What separates us from the competitors is our that our entire team of instructors is made up of local first responders and professionals including Firefighters, Paramedics, Military, Law Enforcement and EMT’s. Our CPR classes provide common sense, to-the-point knowledge and skills to each student to help prepare them for real-life emergencies! Professional CPR provides Weekly CPR Classes at our three classroom locations in Sacramento CA, Stockton CA, and Modesto CA. We also provide Onsite CPR training to groups or businesses throughout Northern California including CPR Classes Roseville CA, CPR Training in Elk Grove CA, CPR in Davis CA, CPR Certification Woodland CA, CPR Classes Folsom CPR, CPR in Lodi CA, CPR classes in Manteca CA, CPR classes in Tracy CA, CPR classes in Turlock CA, CPR classes in Merced CA and CPR classes in Fresno CA! We come to you! Our skilled instructors will bring the classroom to your home, office or business. Our CPR classes are also much shorter in order to focus on the need-to-know information versus simply reading through the book.
Every year nearly 400,000 cardiac arrests occur in the United States including the many in the Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto and Fresno region. Of those, 88% happen at home, many witnessed by a close family member or relative. Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone at anytime, including children. Many people confuse the term “heart attack” with “cardiac arrest”. These are two very different emergencies. During a “heart attack”, the heart is still beating but has suffered damage. In cardiac arrest, the heart has completely lost its function and ability to pump blood. Heart attacks secondary to heart disease is the leading cause of cardiac arrest. PTI is a Nationally Accredited Training Center through the American Health and Safety Institute (ASHI). All our CPR class certifications meet American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines and are OSHA Approved! Check our Yelp pages and see what our customers are saying! Yelp Sacramento, Yelp Stockton, Yelp Modesto.
As local First Responders, Professional CPR’s instructors have the unique opportunity to witness real cardiac arrest victims and the necessity of life saving CPR. Unfortunately, we also are forced to see the devastating consequences of when CPR was not performed. Sadly, only about 32% of cardiac arrest victims receive CPR when they need it. Most bystanders rely simply on local 911 responders to come in and fix any problems they are faced with. The sad reality of this is that the 2015, Untied States national average 911 response time is not fast enough to reach these victims before they become permanently brain dead and thus unviable. It’s simply a time game. 911 can’t get there in time so they desperately rely on bystanders to step up and provide CPR to buy more time. Professional CPR’s classes stress concepts like the “brain clock” in all of our CPR training in order to give our students a better understanding of what the purpose of CPR truly is. Anyone can, and should, learn basic CPR. Whether you are a medical professional, teacher, parent or personal trainer community knowing how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can give someone in cardiac arrest the best chance of survival. If someone is unconscious and not breathing, a bystander should immediately begin CPR and call for 911, activating the emergency response system. Rapidly identifying a victim in cardiac arrest, whether from a medical problem, a traumatic injury, or drowning is critical to their survival. CPR is a combination of mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and chest compressions, to restore blood flow to the heart, brain and other vital organs until advanced medical life support can be given. An AED, or automated external defibrillator, is key to effective CPR. The AED is a portable device that analyzes the heart’s rhythm and determines if an electrical shock is needed to restore an effective rhythm. If it is needed, the AED can deliver an electrical shock to the heart which can re-start the heart, or shock the heart back into an organized rhythm. There is clear evidence of improved survival from cardiac arrest when a bystander performs CPR and rapidly uses an AED. Here in Northern California, there is a significant need to train more people in CPR training and also teach people the real-life, usable skills they can apply when faced with these emergencies. Professional CPR was created to fill that need and since our start, we have been Northern California’s leaders in CPR classes and certifications throughout Modesto, Stockton and Sacramento. We have an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau and are the trusted leader in CPR and First Aid classes. Effective CPR given to victims of cardiac arrest prior to the arrival of first responder’s can triple the survival rates for these victims. Providing hard and fast chest compressions in addition to rescue breaths can keep victims alive long enough for 911 responders to arrive and provide continued care.
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Professional CPR is pleased to announce the American Heart Association (AHA) has released their new 2015 CPR and BLS guidelines. These guidelines are regularly re-evaluated against the latest medical evidence to update them for the highest possible CPR success rate. Professional CPR strives to stay on top of these guideline changes to ensure the individuals they train are fully equipped with the latest knowledge and techniques to better help the patients they treat.
The new CPR guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association can increase the chances of success when using CPR to help sustain life while waiting for emergency and 911 services. Professional CPR understands the importance of updating their training techniques to ensure every individual who requires CPR gets the best chance possible at survival. This is why they have adjusted their training guidelines to at least meet, if not exceed these new guidelines.
Professional CPR is proud to be partnered with the American Heart Association so they can stay on top of the latest changes and maintain their focus on helping to train medical professionals and the average citizen learn CPR so they can help sustain life until life-saving help arrives on the scene.