The American Heart Association informed us that beginning October 2017, the retail price of all AHA Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, CPR AED, First Aid and Pediatric First Aid CPR AED student course completion cards/eCards will be increased. This will affect anyone taking a
Heartsaver (lay responder) course after October 2017. This change will occur nation-wide and impact every American Heart Association Heartsaver course. The course curriculum will remain the same, and will continue to adhere to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC.
While cards/eCards will have an increase in cost, the suggested retail price of all related online courses will be reduced. According to the AHA, the shift is designed to make the student workbooks more accessible as a valuable reference tool before, during, and after training as required by the AHA Program Administration Manual.
You will not need to take any extra steps when signing up for classes. We wanted to inform you of this change so you will be aware of the cost when signing up for classes. If you have any questions about this change or need help planning your courses, please contact us.
Even at the increased cost, AHA classes are the best value for your dollar. We offer superior customer service, the most offerings and locations of all AHA providers in the state, certification expiration tracking and have an outstanding BBB accredited A+ rated team of instructors. We’ll continue to provide you excellent classes at competitive prices.
HeartCert CPR is your trusted training partner for First Aid and CPR in Minnesota. Find your CPR Class, PALS Class, BLS Class or ACLS Class at any of our Minnesota locations:
- HeartCert CPR Minneapolis
- HeartCert CPR St. Paul
- HeartCert CPR Burnsville
- HeartCert CPR Eden Prairie
- HeartCert CPR Richfield
- HeartCert CPR Woodbury
- HeartCert CPR Eagan
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- HeartCert CPR St. Cloud
- HeartCert CPR Rochester
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