Are there laws protecting the rights of lay rescuers?
Yes! The Colorado Good Samaritan Act C.R.S. 13-21-108 protects bystanders while performing rescue operations
Can anyone learn CPR?
Yes, the American Heart Association does not have a minimum age requirement for people to learn CPR. The ability to perform CPR is based more on body strength rather than age.
Where are the class locations?
We hold your class where ever it is convenient for you. We have held classes in homes, churches, gyms, offices, etc...
Are student manuals included with the class?
No, manuals are available at the class for $15.
How long is my card good for?
Your card will be issued from The American Heart Association and is good for two years.
Is there a minimum number of students to hold a class?
Yes, because we teach our classes in a private setting, we are not able to teach a one person class. We feel this is a safer practice for both us and you.
How long does it take to receive my card?
You will receive your card in about two weeks.
How long do the classes last?
One to Five hours depending on the level of certification.
Why are your classes less expensive than most?
By doing the classes at your location we are able to save on the cost of overhead and pass that savings on to you. We believe in low cost, high reward training.
Where can I check to see if our car seat has been recalled?
You can find that information here. http://tinyurl.com/5whb7
Where can I find help about car seat safety?
You can go to www.carseatscolorado.com for more info.
How can I book a class?
Just call us or email or click here.
How much does it cost for a car seat check?
Nothing, let us check your car seat out before or after your cpr class.
Are your instructors trained for car seat checks?
Yes, Jim and Jamie are both Nationally Certified Car Seat Technicians thru Safe Kids Worldwide and NHTSA