Choose CPR Seattle for your Workplace First Aid and CPR training
Create a safer workplace with OSHA-compliant training from CPR Seattle’s CPR & First Aid experts. We can provide flexible training solutions designed to fit your organization, meet your certification guidelines, and stay within your budget. Whether it’s part of your corporate policy, an OSHA requirement, or just so that your staff feels more prepared, CPR Seattle has First Aid, CPR, AED and other training solutions available now.
CPR Seattle has provided top-notch training in the greater Seattle area since 2005. Among our staff instructors are doctors, paramedics, nurses, and veterans of police and fire departments. Check out Yelp and take a look at Google to see our 5-star reviews.
Customize Your Courses
We can accommodate your class size and scheduling requirements through a variety of options - including blended online/in-person training, hosting your group at our spacious Seattle training facility, or by scheduling multiple class sessions.
Booking more than one class session at a time qualifies for a 10% discount.
Clear and simple pricing and payment
Class costs are based on the number of people that attend the session. No hidden fees, travel costs, or surcharges. We simply send you an invoice after the class, which can be paid by check or credit card (VISA/MC/Discover cards accepted with a 3% processing fee). We offer standard Net 30 terms.
We Track your Training For You
We provide free storage and tracking of your employees’ training records and certifications. No more tracking down people to get a copy of their certificates or combing through a file cabinet to try and find copies of last year’s class roster. You can login to your own account at any time – no need to contact us or wait for an email reply.
Here are just a few of the companies that use CPR Seattle for their First Aid and CPR training needs:
Contact our office today for more information! Visit our website at https://www.cprseattle.com/workplace-training to request a quote.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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Published on May 16, 2019