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Emergency First Response

Follows AHA guidelines for CPR

Creating Confidence to Care


On-site training at your place of

work or designated location.


We have several classes to choose from.


See the list of courses below.

On-site training at your place of

work or designated location.


We have several classes to choose from.


See the list of courses below.

CPR Training On Site

is proud to offer the Following 

Emergency First Response’s 2 year Certification Courses


Training on CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) use. 2-year certification is included.




Training on CPRAED (automated external defribulator) use, and First Aid. 2-year certification is included.



CPR/AED & FIRST AID CARE for Infants & Children

CPRAED , and First Aid care for Children under age 12 and infants. 2-year certification is included. 

Refresher Courses

Has your certification recently expired, or you hold a CPR/First Aid certification from another training organization you can qualify. 2-year certification is included.

Why Choose Us

Why do more people choose Emergency First Response’s (EFR) Courses  over competitors’ courses?

Discover why people are choosing CPR Training On Site’s EFR courses over competitors courses.

Jobs that require CPR Training.


Find out if your Job or Industry requires you to

have a certification for CPR training.

Find a Class

Are you ready to schedule your class? 

Take the next step and contact us now.

What People are Saying.

“We had Michael out to train a handful of engineers that were recently hired, the class lasted less than 4 hours. A much better option than having our employees dedicate a full day on Saturday to get their certifications and we saved on OT and extra traveling expenses. I would recommend Michael’s services to any company looking to save time money, and get a higher level of training for their employees”.
Michael Lewards

HR Dept, MP** Global

What a great way to take a class,  this is my 10th time getting my CPR card, It usually takes a full day sitting in class to get my card, it gets pretty boring,  but since my card was not expired from the other company I was certified through, I qualified to take Emergency First Response’s refresher course and we were done in less than 2 1/2 hours. I’m not wasting 8 hours in a class again, the previous company’s certification allowed me to take the refresher course instead of a full-blown course, boy I’m glad I did”.
Angie Hanson

CPR/AED/First Aid Refresher Course, Student

“Michael made the class fun and entertaining, it made it easy to feel confident about what I learned in the class.”
Marcos Menlow

Student, CPR/AED/First Aid Class

All of our courses adhere to the National Guidelines of the following Organizations:


COVID-19 Safety Practices for CPR / AED / First Aid Training in a classroom setting

to use for the duration of the clAll of our student’s safety is our primary concern, we will ask you the following questions and if you answer “Yes” to any of the following you will be asked to go home. Do you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell? We will also take your temperature prior to class, if your temperature is measures above 100.0 you will not be allowed to attend the class. If you develop any of the symptoms please let your course instructor know immediately. 

All training site locations have a general obligation to keep a safe and healthy location in accordance with state and federal law.

Social Distancing of a least 6 feet of separation must be maintained by every person at all time.

Wear your Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) at all times while in the classroom setting such as gloves, goggles, face shield and face masks. By following these guidelines, this can minimize the spread of the virus.

Face coverings in accordance with the Washington Department of Health guidelines, or as required by Washington Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) safety rules, must always be worn by every student at the location.

Gloves must always be worn by every student. The type of glove worn in our classrooms should be of rubber or plastic or similar including latex gloves. We provide Latex gloves, if you have allergies to latex, please bring your own non latex gloves.  

All students, hygienic practices to follow, do not touch face with unwashed hands or with gloves; washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol; cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces such as mannequins( classes with 6 or less students will have their own dedicated mannequin for the duration of the class), AED devices, any shared items used in training; covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing as well as other hygienic recommendations by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control(CDC).


Ready to Make a Change?

Feel free to contact us regarding on-site training, scheduling a class, or just to find out more information about what we do.

Michael Oziel -206-552-9221