Our comprehensive course covers all the basics of First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This course meets OSHA & WISHA requirements for CPR/First-Aid/AED in the workplace.
This option is a combination of individual online knowledge completion and group onsite skills practice in order to meet your mandatory training requirements for Washington State Labor and Industries. This is a great way to save labor hours, increase productivity, and engage students who have limited time for training. They can access online course materials from any computer at any time and then complete their learning with an on-site, instructor-led skills session.
Length: Two hours online and two hours in-person skills session.
All classes are from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. unless specified otherwise. Walk-ins are not accepted and will be turned away. Register by the deadline to get a seat. Register here.
Feb. 7, Washington Hospitality Association
Registration closes Jan. 24
May 15, Washington Hospitality Association
Registration closes May 1
Aug. 14, Washington Hospitality Association
Registration closes July 31
Register employees for in-person classes here
A credit card is needed to complete the registration purchase. You can register up to five employees for classes at once. Upon completion of the form, you will receive a receipt in your email. If you need any assistance at all, contact us.
Do you meet these requirements?
Group classes can be scheduled for a company’s employees at any facility in Washington state that has the following criteria:
- Minimum of 10 students (you will be charged for at least 10 even if less than 10 attend).
- Classroom type setting that will accommodate the group.
- The class must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance to allow for books and study time prior to the class date.
- Choice of blended class (two hours online, two hours instructor-led skills session in-person) or all in-person (four hours in-person).
Under 10 attendees?
A class can be hosted even if there aren’t 10 attendees under these conditions:
- The hosting company can provide a classroom-type setting that will accommodate at least 25 people, free of charge.
- We will open the class to the public and the hosting company’s employees.
- This type of class must be set up at least six weeks in advance to allow for marketing efforts in order to fill the class.
We will provide the trainer and some equipment, as needed.