Red Cross Training in Georgia
In Georgia, Red Cross training is designed to meet the needs of our communities and help those who live here learn new skills and prepare for emergencies of every size. Whether you're a parent or teacher, a teenager or senior citizen, concerned citizen or healthcare professional you'll find Red Cross training in Georgia that's designed to suit your needs and your learning style.
Take first aid and CPR classes in Georgia from the experts at the American Red Cross. Although they take just a few short hours to complete, our CPR and first aid training will empower you to provide assistance during emergencies, and can help you save a life.
First aid and CPR training in Georgia is available in dozens of communities, which means that finding a class that's convenient to your home, school or office is simple. Explore the most up-to-date list of Georgia first aid and CPR classes from the American Red Cross and get the training you need.
The American Red Cross offers a variety of ways to complete your BLS training in Georgia. From classes designed for healthcare providers and first responders, to courses developed specifically for your department and your local protocols, we can help you earn the certification you need. Regardless of how you train, our BLS curriculum includes all of the standard scientific learning objectives necessary in professional resuscitation courses, as well as sections on teamwork, critical thinking skills, reflection and debriefing.
Georgia BLS classes are taught by local professionals who are experts in the field. By delivering content in a traditional classroom setting, we're able to ensure that you'll have plenty of time to ask questions, explore topics as a group, and get the hands-on skills training you need to help improve your patients' outcomes.
On average, first responders arrive on scene 8 to 12 minutes after 911 is called, however during sudden cardiac arrest, each minute that defibrillation is delayed reduces someone's chances of survival by approximately 10%. By taking AED classes in Georgia you'll be prepared to help when it's needed you most.
Georgia AED training from the American Red Cross can be found in cities across the state. With dozens of classes available every year, finding one that's not only nearby, but also works with your schedule is simple. Browse our newest course schedule to find the Georgia AED classes – and gain the skills you need to help when it's needed most.
The Red Cross offers online and in-person Babysitter training in Georgia making it easy to find a class that suits your schedule, your needs, and your learning style. Developed by experts in the field, our Babysitter certification courses deliver the latest information to help you become a capable, confident, and trusted babysitter that parents will turn to again and again.
Take babysitting classes in Georgia from the nation's leader in babysitting and child care training. With best-in-class in-person and online courses designed to help you keep kids safe, understand and manage behaviors, choose age-appropriate activities, and more, our experts can help you become one of the most in-demand babysitters in your neighborhood.
At the Red Cross, we offer first aid classes in Georgia that are convenient and accessible. With training opportunities available in dozens of communities and online, you can easily find a class that's not only near your home, school or office, but also works with your schedule. Explore the most up-to-date list of Georgia first aid certification courses from the American Red Cross.
In Georgia, first aid certification classes from the American Red Cross are delivered in a variety of ways. For full certification that's also OSHA-compliant, it's important to enroll in our in-person or blended Simulation Learning courses, which allow you to demonstrate your skills to a trained instructor. For individuals who don't need an OSHA-compliant certification, we offer online courses that allow you to learn at your own pace and practice your skills via our interactive coursework.