CPR certification

  1. 0 Is there a "certain or particular" CPR course that u need for nursing school? I went inline to Red Cross to register & it asked for lay responders, professional responders, etc. my schools handbook just says "heart saver CPR certification". My class is tomorrow & I don't want to get certified then find out It wasn't the correct one.
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  3. Visit  LoriBSN2b profile page
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    Absolutely! There is a CPR for regular people who want to be certified to save family and friends, and there is a healthcare workers certification. You definitely need the healthcare workers one. It's a longer class and more expensive. About six hours or more, a hundred bucks to one twenty five versus sixty five bucks or so.
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    Ok, the one I'm taking is $110 and is 6 hours. I re read the handbook & it states "students must be certified in BLS by the American Heart Association".
  5. Visit  Boxer Mama profile page
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    I am taking a BLS course on Tuesday designed for healthcare professionals, but it was reasonably priced (under $50).
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    Quote from Boxer Mama
    I am taking a BLS course on Tuesday designed for healthcare professionals, but it was reasonably priced (under $50).
    That's a good price. When I first took mine through the Red Cross a few years ago it was only 85, now it's up to 125. I think the main difference in the regular CPR vs the healthcare/first responders is that you are trained on the AED.
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    Oh ok, yeah my class is called adult & pediatric First aid/CPR/AED so hopefully I'll be good.
  8. Visit  mz23 profile page
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    Im taling a cna class and the instructor said go through american heart cause if you when we go through rn program they won't accept red cross anymore.
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    Quote from mz23
    Im taling a cna class and the instructor said go through american heart cause if you when we go through rn program they won't accept red cross anymore.
    They haven't done that here in VA..... yet! Not that any of the administration in my program has mentioned. It's so rural where I am that we have to travel an hour to get a to CPR class. AHA doesn't teach any out here.
  10. Visit  Meeh619 profile page
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    Red Cross is expensive!!! They charge $125 here & I did mine through a private Lil whole in the wall for $40 it's through the American heart association & it's for the health care provider which is the one we need.
    Go somewhere besides the Red Cross!!!
    EVERYONE JUST MAKE SURE IT SAYS ITS THROUGH THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION & IT'S FOR THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER!!!!!
    Most jobs ask for those 2 things!!!
  11. Visit  Mandy0728 profile page
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    It's too late for me to cancel. I tried & it said they can only refund me $55 Instead of $110.
  12. Visit  Mandy0728 profile page
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    Ok actually I just cancelled it lol. I checked the student handbook & it says it has to be BLS through the American Heart Association
  13. Visit  mz23 profile page
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    Quote from Meeh619
    Red Cross is expensive!!! They charge $125 here & I did mine through a private Lil whole in the wall for $40 it's through the American heart association & it's for the health care provider which is the one we need.
    Go somewhere besides the Red Cross!!!
    EVERYONE JUST MAKE SURE IT SAYS ITS THROUGH THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION & IT'S FOR THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER!!!!!
    Most jobs ask for those 2 things!!!

    Are you serious.I got mine done for like 160 at the facility bi didnt even know there were other options haha
  14. Visit  illusion9376 profile page
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    Medical Professional! There's a certain one, intended for BLS Health Professionals.

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