Red Cross Training in New Mexico
In New Mexico, Red Cross classes are designed for the way you live, and learn. Whether you need weekend, weekday, or evening classes, or learn best online or in person – or prefer a blend of both – you can find the classes you need for the certification you want. Best of all, with a wide range of options available, we make it easy to get world-class training from knowledgeable instructors – whether you live in a large city, a small town or a rural area. Explore the Red Cross certifications available in New Mexico, and start your Red Cross training today.
Each year, between 300,000-400,000 deaths due to cardiac arrests occur in the United States outside of a hospital. By taking one of our CPR classes in New Mexico, Red Cross experts can help prepare you to provide care during times of crisis - and help you save the life of someone you love. Classes are available in person, online, and via Simulation Learning, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session. This way, you can get the CPR training you need, in the format that suits you best. Check out the classes available in your area, and earn your New Mexico CPR certification.
The American Red Cross is approved to award continuing education units (CEUs) in Preparedness and Health and Safety Services. So, if you're a nurse, social worker, teacher, daycare provider or other professional who needs Health and Safety Services CEUs in order to maintain licensure or certification, we can help. Our CEUs include CPR classes in New Mexico, as well as Wilderness and Remote First Aid, Administering Emergency Oxygen, Responding to Emergencies, Bloodborne Pathogens Training, and more.
Red Cross Basic Life Support (BLS) classes in New Mexico are designed for healthcare providers and public safety professionals who deliver critical care to the public during times of crisis. Our BLS training allows students to develop a wide range skills and earn a number of important certifications, including scene safety and assessment, CPR and AED use, obstructed airway, and more. In addition, if you choose to take your New Mexico BLS certification classes as a crew or team, we can work with you to include your local protocols during the class, for a custom learning experience.
After completing your New Mexico BLS certification, keeping your skills fresh is critical to providing quality care that helps improve patient outcomes. In order to help you stay sharp, we've developed online refresher activities that take just a few minutes to complete, but can make all the difference when you're in the field. In addition to our refresher materials, you'll also have access to the BLS handbook that you used in your training. With this, you can study a wide range of procedures and ensure that you're ready for anything.
After completing your Red Cross AED training in New Mexico, our refresher materials can help you maintain your skills so that you can respond appropriately and confidently during times of crisis. Refresher materials take just a few short minutes to use, but by keeping your memory (and your skills) sharp, they can mean all the difference to someone in need.
An automated external defibrillator, or AED, works by checking the heart's rhythm, then delivering an electric shock to the heart of someone experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. AEDs are the only effective treatment for restoring a regular heart rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest. To learn how to use this important device, which is now readily available in office buildings, shopping centers, airports, sports stadiums, and more, sign up for AED classes in New Mexico from the American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross offers first aid classes in New Mexico that can help you prepare for the unexpected. Our training includes the latest evidence-based procedures so you can provide care to adults, children, and infants during times of need. Classes include instruction on caring for others during asthma attacks, anaphylaxis, choking, external bleeding, and heart attacks, as well as caring for those with burns, plus a wide range of other emergencies.
Note: Some classes focus only on adult care, so please be aware when scheduling your first aid training in New Mexico.
In addition to basic first aid for adults and children, you'll find a wide range of Red Cross classes that can help you take your skills to the next level. Whether you want to learn to teach first aid, earn a certificate in wilderness and remote first aid, or need to learn basic life support for healthcare providers, we offer a wide range of first aid classes in New Mexico, as well as and related continuing education units that can help further your skills. Explore the training opportunities available in your area.