Richmond VA First Aid Training And CPR For Individuals Companies Course Launched

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A newly updated first aid training and CPR program has been launched by Richmond Training Concepts. They help groups and individuals to develop their confidence and skills in emergency situations.

Richmond Training Concepts have launched an updated range of first aid classes for individuals and businesses around Richmond, VA. Group sizes have been adjusted for the ongoing pandemic, with classes of 5 to 25 available in a safe, socially distanced environment.

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As part of the new course update, Richmond Training Concepts is providing weekly CPR and AED, Basic First Aid, and AHA BLS certification classes at both their Richmond training center and on-site for clients.

Richmond Training Concepts works collaboratively with clients to find the most optimal solution for their training goals. They strive to provide the best and most effective solution for each client’s training needs.

As a premier CPR and first aid instruction company in the local area, they have years of experience in the space. Their instructors come from a variety of backgrounds, from law enforcement to firefighters, giving clients access to wide-ranging expertise.

Weekly open classes are available at the training center on Midlothian Turnpike. Alternatively, clients are encouraged to get in touch to discuss their goals and the team can visit them on location.

The results-driven business offers first aid and safety training classes for healthcare providers, businesses, communities, organizations and individuals.

One of their most popular programs is the CPR and AED for Community and Workplace course. This ASHI course is designed for teachers, coaches, and the general public, enabling them to recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies with more confidence.

Alongside this, there is the CPR/AED and Basic First Aid program. This covers first aid basics, medical emergencies and injury emergencies.

There are a number of reasons why people don’t take first aid programs, but they can be very important and help to save lives. In addition to this, program participants can prevent emergency situations from becoming worse.

A spokesperson states: “Excellent place to get your CPR. I needed to get my CPR for work and the location was convenient. Great instructor with hands on instructions.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.

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