Classes & Training

Tier One CPR and BLS classes offered

Classes Offered

  • 2 year certification card from the American Heart Association, the nationally recognized authority in resuscitation and emergency cardiac care.
  • Low student to manikin ratio. Each student will practice with his/her own rescue mask with training adaptor for infection control. We follow the national infection control guidelines for CPR training.
  • Scenario based training with maximum hands-on time.
    Highly trained professional instructors
  • Fully computerized record system. Tier One CPR can get you a replacement card within 1 week.
  • We consult with companies wanting to develop on-site emergency medical response teams and provide on-going training for these teams.
  • All new and up to date modern equipment.

Infection control

While practicing CPR on the manikins there is very little risk for transmission of disease. To further reduce this risk, TIER ONE CPR has taken the following precautions:

  • We limit the student-to-manikin ratio to no more than 2 people per manikin, but the majority of our classes use a 1:1 ratio.
  • All of the manikins that are used in class have disposable airway systems which helps prevent spreading of any diseases.
  • All the exterior surfaces of the manikins are cleaned and disinfected with a disinfectant solution and allowed to air dry after every class.
  • We provide a training adaptor for infection control and a pair of disposable powder-free, non-latex exam glove to each student. Wearing gloves is optional, but they are provided if he/she want them.
  • Disinfectant wipes are available at each class to wipe down equipment as needed during practice and testing.

What we ask of the students

  • Please postpone your class if you are in the infectious stage of a communicable disease. We recommend at least 7 days from the date the first symptoms appear to 24 hours after the symptoms disappear, whichever is the longest.
  • Wash your hands before, during, and after skills practice.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth during skills practice and testing.
  • For more information regarding reducing the risk of disease transmission, please visit www.cdc.gov