2020 CPR Instructor Update

2020 CPR Instructor Update

If you haven’t already heard or seen or completed your AHA Instructor Update, IT’S TIME! The American Heart Association has released its 2020 updates which include course, curriculum, and science updates. HOW EXCITING! The last time AHA released an update as large as this year’s was back in 2015 so you know lots of changes are coming! I know many of us were eager to see some new training videos but AHA’s Team has released much more than that. AND updated Heartsaver CPR Training Materials release is the horizon for early 2021! Skills checklists have been updated! Equipment lists have new additions and a fresh layout! Our manuals and resources reflect the newest ILCOR science and the list of changes continues.

If you’ve ever thought about taking your CPR certification to the next level, there has never been a more crucial time! Our world is changing and joining AHA’s immense network of knowledgeable and compassionate instructors will keep your knowledge and skills fresh! Also, did you know you can create extra income by gaining your CPR Instructor Cert?

Ready to learn more and earn your AHA CPR Instructor Certification?

Check out our upcoming class schedule under the “CPR Training” tab above and reach out to us!

Contributor: Ashley Orander
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