CPR Training


Maureen Kearney, PT


CPR training is an important skill that can help you save someone's life in an emergency situation.

During CPR training, you will learn how to recognize when someone needs CPR, how to perform chest compressions and rescue breaths, and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). You will also learn about the importance of calling for emergency medical services and how to communicate effectively with the 911 operator.

CPR training is usually available in-person or online. In-person training typically involves a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on practice with a mannequin or training device. Online training may include interactive modules, videos, and quizzes.

It's important to note that CPR training certifications usually expire after a certain period of time (typically every two years), so it's important to keep your certification up-to-date by taking a refresher course or re-certification exam.