Certified AHA Instructor
Certified ARC Instructor
CPR Training in Sonoma County California is now available from Sonoma Health. We offer classes to both business groups and families located in Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Healdsburg,Windsor and Petaluma. The CPR training is done by American Heart Association trained instructors. Not only will you be ready to save someone's life, you will be certified by the AHA or ARC for two years!
AHA manuals are available in the classroom.
These CPR and First Aid classes are intended for the community and anyone needing CPR certification for employment. Manuals will be available in class for purchase. This would include:
CPR classes and First Aid classes
This Basic Life Support class is intended for those needing to respond to Medical Situations in their work. This course is intended for:
Basic Life Support Training (BLS training)
Manuals will be available in class for purchase.
This Daycare Provider course is for those who have a duty to respond to a first aid or cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. The class includes CPR for Adults, Children and Infants but the main emphasis is on Children and Infants. Choking and AED use is included.
Basic First aid topics covered are ...bleeding,insect bites,allergies,seizures and asthma.
This course is intended for:
Heartsaver Pediatric CPR and First Aid
This class is for all parents and grandparents of children under the age of eight. Some Basic First Aid and Safety Tips are included.
You will learn what to do if your child stops breathing. You will learn how to perform correct abdominal thrusts and how to do CPR when needed.
At the end of the class you will feel that you can deal with an unexpected emergency.
Class is for:
The use of CPR dates all the way back to 1740, yet even today, most Americans don’t know how to perform it. Given properly and immediately to sudden cardiac arrest victims, CPR can save lives.
CPR & Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Fact Sheet
Sudden Cardiac Arrest
• EMS treats nearly 300,000 victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year in the U.S.
• Less than eight percent of people who suffer cardiac arrest outside the hospital survive.
• Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone at any time. Many victims appear healthy with no known heart disease or other risk factors.
• Sudden cardiac arrest is not the same as a heart attack. Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when electrical impulses in the heart become rapid or chaotic, which causes the heart to suddenly stop beating. A heart attack occurs when the blood supply to part of the heart muscle is blocked. A heart attack may cause cardiac arrest.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
• Less than one-third of out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest victims receive bystander CPR.
• Effective bystander CPR, provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest, can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival.
• The American Heart Association trains more than 12 million people in CPR annually, including healthcare professionals and the general public.
• The most effective rate for chest compressions is 100 compressions per minute – the same rhythm as the beat of the BeeGee’s song, “Stayin’ Alive.”