Caregiver CPR Requirements
Caregivers at Adultcare Assistance Homecare are required to have both a First-Aid and CPR certificate within the first 30 days of employment. Below are some CPR/First Aid courses that we have found that are conveniently scheduled and moderately priced. If you are interested in becoming a caregiver, then please see our current job openings.
American Red Cross
Prepare for the unexpected with first aid training from the American Red Cross.
Developed and taught by experts. Be empowered to provide care when it’s needed most. With award-winning online classes, plus first aid courses at more than 550 locations across the United States, and our best-in-class blended Simulation Learning, we offer training that’s designed to suit your schedule and your learning style.
Visit: American Red Cross
American Emergency Response Training
All Certifications are taught in a relaxed atmosphere, by experienced training professionals. The instructors come from a variety of professional emergency responder fields.
- If you are an applicant or employee of Adultcare Assistance Homecare, then request your discount code.
- Sign up for a Community Class Training
- Select AERT CPR/AED (Infant/Child/Adult) with Basic First Aid
Must pay in FULL prior to attending a Community Class Training. Do NOT attend a class without paying prior, you will be turned away. Classes fill quickly. All classes are first-come, first serve.
Call: (623) 561-0068
Provides quality CPR, First Aid, and AED in Arizona (primarily in the Phoenix area). Convenient training at one of our locations with flexible scheduling including day or night, weekdays or weekends. Experienced instructors are chosen for their knowledge AND the ability to teach effectively.
Call: (480) 998-5193
Tucson CPR & First Aid
In response to COVID-19, they began using Blended Training which minimizes the number of students and the time students are required to be in class. Students take the online lectures at home and come into class for 15 minutes to 1 hour to complete the practical skills checkoff which is still required for many employers, hospitals, and governmental agencies. Prepare to attend for up to one hour.
The American Health and Safety institute “ASHI” First Aid/CPR and AED program help students develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond in emergencies. This program is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting and conforms to the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid. “Your Certification card is issued by the American Health and Safety Institute.” Students receive a digital certification card and ebook with their course fee.
CPR2U provides American Heart Association BLS ACLS and PALS Provider and Instructor Courses throughout the United States. All courses are instructed by highly qualified and experienced Physicians, RNs, Paramedics, EMTs, Firefighters, Respiratory Therapists, and Dental Hygienists.