Newnan CPR provides CPR, AED, and First Aid Training in the South Atlanta area. Whether you are a paramedic, medical professional, dental office, fitness center, warehouse, or you simply desire CPR training for your church or family, we can provide the training you need.
Your choice of training, as we are Red Cross (ARC), American Heart Association (AHA), and National Safety Council (NSC) certified.
For healthcare providers, we solely recommend official AHA BLS (Basic Life Support) for Healthcare Providers. For churches, families, and most workplaces, we generally suggest the AHA Heartsaver CPR/AED course or the Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED course. The Red Cross Lay Responder courses are excellent, also. All of those courses are 2-year certification courses. A brand new American Heart Association course is designed for EMS professionals, like paramedics, EMTs, police officers, and firefighters – check out BLS for Prehospital Providers (BLS PHP).
Most clients are businesses, fitness centers, dental offices or medical clinics that desire training in their location. Contact us and we’ll gladly provide a quote.
We also rent a conference room sometimes and teach some “open to the public” classes, which you can find on our Schedule (from menu bar). Generally, we teach in Newnan, Peachtree City, Atlanta, Fayetteville, Carrollton, Fairburn, Jonesboro, Union City, Senoia, Riverdale, and Douglasville. Here’s our Schedule, to find a class near you, or to Register for a class. Questions? – please call us (678) 796-8277.
One of the first offerings of the new BLS for PHP course from AHA will be with us in Newnan, on Fri. Aug. 29, at Univ. of West GA. Designed for Prehospital Providers, this new blended learning course has realistic EMS scenarios, and info on multi-rescuer CPR.
If you have a church group or community organization that desires free Hands-Only CPR familiarization, please let us know and we’ll provide that to the community for free. (This is not free CPR certification training, just knowledge and limited skill practice in Hands-Only CPR or Compressions-only CPR). You can save a loved one’s life with this knowledge and skill! ).
We also do “Sidewalk CPR”, which means we just setup a small table with a manikin on a public sidewalk or in a shopping center (yes, with permission) to show people Hands-Only CPR. That’s also a free service for the community – please Contact Us (from Menu bar) if we can perform that service on your sidewalk or shopping center. (OK, you might sense some frustration – we’ve asked at over 25 places, and have approval at 4).
Monthly Giveaway – for FACEBOOK friends.
We tried to have a monthly Facebook giveaway, for those that LIKE our Facebook page, or “Share” with your friends.
We had a monthly drawing through January 2014, then Facebook said our giveaway didn’t meet their guidelines. The prize was either (1) a 200-piece First Aid Kit, or (2) an Ambu rescue mask (winner’s choice).
Prior Winners List
Sept. 1 - Congratulations to Robin Cole of Newnan, winner of First Aid Kit.
Oct. 1 - Congratulations to Kristen Nigro of Peachtree City, winner of First Aid Kit.
Nov. 1 - Congratulations to Stacy Lynn Rudd, our November giveaway winner.
Dec. 1 – Congratulations to Patrice Henry, of Atlanta – Dec. 1 winner.
Jan. 1 – Congratulations to Sha Braley Nelson, of Douglasville – won an outdoor 107-pc First Aid Kit.
(You, or a friend, might be the next winner).
(Temporarily suspended, drawing did not meet Facebook guidelines). Questions? – please call us (678) 796-8277.
www.thumbtack.com is a neat resource, for finding service providers. We use Thumbtack.com to tell folks about the services we provide. Our customers use Thumbtack to find all types of training, and many other service providers, like pest control, tutors, locksmiths, lawn care, pet sitters, web designers, painters, photographers, etc. (Oh, and I guess CPR certification classes, also!)
Any type of service providers can be located on Thumbtack, and it’s FREE to the customer. Newnan CPR is happy to use Thumbtack to give people a way to find us, or to locate other service providers they might need.