In North and South Carolina, state laws such as Good Samaritan laws are in place to protect lay people from liability when they volunteer their assistance in an emergency. There are many laws like this throughout the United States, and at the federal level, that protect people who volunteer first aid in emergencies.
Class times can vary due to class size and content of the course, but can vary between 2-6 hours. At Coastline CPR, we put in the time to make sure every learning style is catered to. Everyone learns differently, so our teaching styles are flexible and adaptable to help make sure everyone comes away from the class knowledgable in first aid. You can go here [insert link to classes] to see more information on class content and possible class lengths.
Your CPR training will be complete in one convenient class. Coastline CPR can come to you morning, noon, or night.
Of course! Coastline CPR can come right to you!
Absolutely! We can help arrange a third-site location for your class.
BLS and Heartsaver courses include first aid certifications.
BLS stands for ‘Basic Life Support’ and is the basic training employed by medical and EMS professionals in the event of a medical crisis.
AED stands for ‘Automated External Defibrillator’ – a device used to restart the heart pumping in the event of cardiac arrest.
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There is no age minimum for knowledge! Anyone can learn CPR, although you have to be [?] years old to qualify for BLS certification.