Our response to COVID-19

Our response to COVID-19

Our mission at CPR Plus has always been to provide the best safety training to members of our community. Excellent training means people feel prepared to perform life-saving skills when the time comes. In light of COVID-19, we’re even more committed to that mission. We know this is a difficult and confusing time for everyone, … Read more

Here's how to choose a good CPR trainer

How to choose a good CPR trainer

When shopping for goods and services, you usually have a wide variety of options. That includes CPR, First Aid, and life support training. In these classes, you’re learning how to help sick and injured people — and even how to save their lives. So it’s important to choose your trainer thoughtfully. For instance, when you … Read more

What are the differences between online and classroom CPR courses? Which model is right for you?

Online vs. classroom CPR courses

As our culture continues to trend towards tech, it’s no surprise that online education is becoming standard in some industries. But how do online classes in CPR, First Aid, and life support stack up against hands-on training? If you’re deciding between online and classroom CPR courses, we encourage you to consider a few factors. In … Read more

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St. Louis school staff use Chain of Survival training to help save a coworker who was suffering a heart attack

Staff at Gateway Science Academy acted fast to save a custodian when he displayed signs of a heart attack. Their training with CPR Plus and knowledge of the AHA Chain of Survival helped ensure a good outcome for their coworker. When Haley Pepper grabbed a snack from the teacher’s lounge, of course she wasn’t expecting … Read more

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Wash U faculty member survives a heart attack with help from his colleagues, who were recently trained in CPR and AED

A Washington University faculty member received help from his coworkers when he suffered a heart attack at work. The coworkers’ recent CPR and AED training prepared them to act quickly — and effectively. The heart attack came when Rick least expected it. At 51, he was healthy and active, routinely putting in both cardio and … Read more