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Posted: Tuesday, October 3, 2017 4:10 PM

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It's starts out like just any other day in your life. And then — suddenly, without warning — you're faced with a medical emergency. You, yes you! You know you need to call 911. And you know you need to manage the situation while waiting for the ambulance to arrive.

Are you going to have to perform CPR? And use an AED (automated external defibrillator)? If so, you'd better hope that your mind and body are ready to take action, without a moment's notice.

If, on the other hand, you're going to have to help someone who is suffering from an serious injury or a sudden illness, you'd better be ready to render initial first aid.

So, if you're wondering which class you should take, the short answer is both. If you're only willing to take the time to learn one, which one should you choose? The short answer is, once again ... both ... as you have no idea which knowledge and skills you might need on any particular day.

The good news is that it's both faster and cheaper to take both CPR/AED and first aid, back-to-back. Whether that class is held all in one day, or broken down into two separate sessions on two separate days, is up to you to decide. (If you'd like our advice, though, it's our opinion that most people learn and retain more when the class is broken into two sessions. But the final decision is your own.)

To see your options in having a combined CPR/AED and first aid class brought to you, and held either in the convenience of your workplace or in the comfort of your own living room, please check out our website at www.CPR-TwinCities.com/workplace/combo. Then give us a call at (651) 699-3333 to find a date that works for everyone involved.

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