Managers: Does your workplace need CPR and First Aid Training? One phone call / email with confirmation email will set up your training. Our materials and certification are accepted by OSHA and state childcare agencies. Community, Non-Profit, Civic Groups, Churches are all welcome to take advantage of our low prices!
This is a HSI course taught by a nationally certified instructor. First Aid for Restaurants, Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 111 Section 31, and Chapter 94, Section 305D, requires that one staff per shift be trained in the Heimlich procedure at restaurants seating 25 people or more. Our course meets and exceeds the requirement.
This Pediatric First Aid, CPR/AED course is for parents, daycare providers, camp counselors or anyone. We provide training throughout MA, CT, RI and surrounding states. Our materials and certification are accepted by OSHA and state childcare agencies.
HSI certifications are one of the top 4 accepted in MA for emergency responders. This course meets all AHA guidelines. Health Care Provider CPR/AED is used and accepted by numerous Sheriff’s Departments, Fire Departments, EMTs, Paramedics, Dental/Health Care and Lifeguards in MA and other states.
"The instructor was very knowledgeable, well-prepared, descriptive and thorough.”
“This course met my expectations, more confident to respond to an emergency.”
“Awesome trainer. I would recommend this course to others!”
“I am a day care director; this was the first class in years that we did hands on training for First Aid. Great class.”
“Course was very thorough. Tony was very professional. He put everyone at ease.”
“First Blood Borne course that I took that I got a textbook. Course/instructor was helpful and stressed safety, documentation and OSHA requirements. Not a lot of deep science.”
“It was a great and informative course.”
“Everything the Instructor went over was clear and precise. Good Pediatric course.”
“Excellent thorough instructor!”
“I would recommend this BLS/CPR and First Aid course to anyone. Liked splitting the class into two days.”