First-Aid Certification + Training
4.4 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported to the government in 2003. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics text). This represents about 5% of the full-time workforce in the USA. These reported injuries accompany an abundance of other unreported injuries, as well as those that happen outside the workplace on a daily basis.

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FIRST AID TRAINING:
Participants learn the basic first-aid skills to address a wide variety of illnesses and injuries. This class can be scheduled as a stand-alone group class (Class Only) or as an an add-on to CPR training.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
(Class Only) Approx 3.25 Hours
(Add-on is same + CPR time)
Prerequisites: None
Certification: AHA (2 years)
Tests: Skills Test Only
Schedule a Group Class:
$220 for up to 8 students
Additional Students: $27.50
Add-on to a CPR Class:
$180 for up to 8 students
(Plus CPR Group Class Fee)
Add. Add-on Students: $22.50
(Plus CPR Add. Student Fee)
Textbooks are optional

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AMERICAN RED CROSS
(Class Only) Approx 3.5 Hours
(Add-on is same + CPR time)
Prerequisites: None
Certification: ARC (3 years)
Tests: Written & Skill
Schedule a Group Class:
$360* for up to 8 students
Additional Students: $45*
Add-on to a CPR Class:
$200 for up to 8 students
(Plus CPR Group Class Fee)
Add. Add-on Students:$25
(Plus CPR Add.Student Fee)
*Includes required textbooks


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Without first-aid many of these illnesses or injuries could easily become fatal. Whether at home or at work, knowledge of first-aid can make a difference. Classes held at your location!

First-aid training from CAATS teaches participants the basic skills needed to address a wide variety of illnesses and injuries. Victim stabilization and emergency care procedures are stressed as participants work towards certification from the American Red Cross (3 years) or American Heart Association (2 years). Use the “Attend a Class” button on the left to learn more.
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