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Save a life! Learn CPR and AED.

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Is AED training included in your CPR class?

The American Heart Association has been a strong advocate for placement of automated external defibrillation devices (AED) in ambulances, emergency vehicles, and targeted public areas such as arenas, gated communities, offices, and shopping malls.

All our AHA CPR courses include AED training, an integral part of CPR training today. Early CPR can provide lifesaving aid to a person suffering sudden cardiac arrest. Chest compressions help oxygen-rich blood keep circulating to the brain. After the AED device is attached and delivers the shock, the AED will prompt the operator to continue CPR while the device analyzes the victim.

The two techniques operate in tandem and are taught together in all AHA CPR certification courses.

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Should I take an online course or train onsite?

Both options offer benefits. Training onsite allows you to ask questions of your instructor and gain hands-on experience working with a qualified professional. Online courses are designed to fit a busy lifestyle and allow you to study from the comfort of your home in your free time.

If it’s your first time taking CPR and AED training, we recommend taking the traditional course. You’ll benefit from the one-on-one time with your instructor and the hands-on training. If you are a medical professional coming up on your 2-year re-certification deadline, we recommend taking the online course and scheduling a visit for a brief skills refresher session.

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Do you offer corporate training?

The majority of your life is spent in the office or on the job. Mastering life-saving skills is a benefit for any employee. We offer corporate training programs in CPR, AED and Basic First Aid training. We’ve worked with some of the largest corporations in the world including Hess, Shell Oil and Chevron.

Our corporate courses include:

  • Adult CPR
  • AED use and safety precautions
  • Adult choking care
  • Legal issues and barriers
  • Emergency response and much more.

We can either come to your site, or arrange a group class at our facility at your convenience. Employees are trained in the classroom and also receive hands-on training.


  • “I needed to get certification in CPR for my new job as a camp counselor. RC Health Services got me certified quickly and easily. The course was thorough and my instructor was knowledgeable and personable!”

    Rick T.
  • “When my elderly father had his first heart attack I was scared and unsure of what to do. I decided to take a basic CPR course and chose to study at RC Health Services. The class was super-informative! I feel confident that if there is ever another emergency, I’ll be prepared.”

    Simone B.
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Which CPR class is right for me?

  • March 20, 2016

    Published by RcHealthcare

    Taking a CPR class offers a wealth of benefits, not the least of which is the possibility that some day you may save someone’s life. But CPR isn’t as simple as it looks in the movies; done improperly, it’s all damage and no benefit. So to make sure you’re learning the latest and greatest in CPR technique, under the best possible circumstances for your education, keep these three factors in mind:

    1) Fits your schedule painlessly : You don’t want to be exhausted while you’re trying to learn the important techniques of a CPR class—not only will it impact the quality of your education, it will impact your perseverance and willingness to push on and complete your training. Online courses make this much easier, as they’re generally much more flexible in terms of the when and where of your courses. Just make sure it’s not going to be a pain, however you do it.

    2) Proper credentials : You don’t want to learn CPR from anyone who isn’t qualified to teach it. Not only is such CPR useless for any emergency situation you might face in your own life, putting your friends and loved ones at risk, it’s useless for professional purposes and might get you in legal trouble if used on anyone else. Learn from the real thing—anything else is a disaster in waiting.

    3) Cost :You can end up spending a ton of money on CPR training, depending on what sort of course you’re looking at. Find one that matches your budget without sacrificing too much in terms of quality; if you have to wait and save for a good enough education, it’s well worth the wait to get a worthwhile course.

  • February 5, 2016

    Published by RcHealthcare

    Signing up for a CPR class is fairly simple. However there are various classes to choose from, which can leave people confused as to which CPR class is the right one to take.

    Before beginning your training, you should ask your employer exactly what kind of CPR training is necessary for your job. Most people will be able to get by with a standard CPR class taught by a trained instructor.

    Healthcare & Emergency Responders

    If you work in healthcare, you should take a CPR class that is geared toward the health profession. Working in a hospital or medical practice means you’ll need a special CPR certification. This is especially important if you find yourself in an emergency scenario. In the Healthcare Provider CPR courses, advanced techniques are taught that are more in line with the skills demanded of healthcare professionals in the field.


    If you are part of the general public (i.e. NOT part of the medical field), a Heartsaver CPR or AED class will suffice. Typically, civilians won’t need to take a highly advanced CPR class that covers smaller points that would be more important for healthcare professionals to know, such as removing a bag-valve-mask. This CPR class is perfect for new parents, employees of non-healthcare businesses, and anyone who wants to know the proper procedure to follow when something goes wrong.

  • January 14, 2016

    Published by RcHealthcare

    All our courses are American Heart Association approved, and we offer a variety of classes to meet every need.

    If you’re interested in learning Basic First Aid or CPR, we offer courses geared toward beginners and non-professionals. If you are currently in the medical profession and need certification or re-certification in BLS, PALS, CPR, or ACLS training we offer a variety of courses to get you certified quickly.

    Our Heartsaver CPR AED course is perfect for non-medical professionals that need basic skills for their job such as a lifeguard, teacher or sports coach. We offer both online and in-classroom courses and upon completion, you will receive an AHA certification card stating that you are certified and qualified in CPR and AED use.

    Our instructors are nurses, EMTs and paramedics who have real-world emergency experience and are highly proficient, love what they do and are passionate about delivering the best BLS, ACLS, PALS, CPR and First Aid courses available. Our classes are designed to suit every student’s need and our instructors make sure that each student learns all the aspects of each course.