When you think of CPR classes you might think of nurses, doctors, and paramedics who rely on these skills in their professions; however, over 350,000 cardiac arrests happen outside of hospitals every year, and without immediate intervention, the change for survival can drop 35% every five minutes. For this reason, it is important for those outside the medical field to invest in CRP training so that in the event of an accident aid can be provided and lives can potentially be saved.

How CPR Certifications Benefit You

Regardless of your line of work, a CPR certification can benefit you in some surprising ways. Not only will you have the power to act in the event of an emergency, but your certification can also make you more appealing to job providers. To get a better understanding of these benefits, let’s look at the three most significant ones.

  1. Empowerment: CPR training can empower you with the skills to step in and save lives that otherwise might be in jeopardy. Accidents can occur anywhere, but with the right training, you can make a difference in your workplace, on the street, and even in your own home. The empowerment can help make you more feel more confident overall and allow you to succeed more readily both at home and at work.
  2. Desirable Education: A CPR certification shows that you have received the proper education and training. This education can make you more desirable to employers in every industry, especially those that work with the public or dangerous equipment.
  3. Saving Lives: With sudden cardiac arrest being the number one cause of death in adults, having the skills to intervene can make a world of difference and potentially save someone’s life. Even when emergency services are called, the victim’s chance of survival can decrease up to 10% for every minute that passes. This means the chance of survival can be cut by 35 to 50% for every five minutes the victim lies without aid. CPR training gives you the tools to step in, step up, and hopefully save someone’s life.

CPR training isn’t just for medical and emergency personal, it can benefit everyone from all walks of life. If you’re interested in signing up for a CPR certification class, reach out to your local training center for more information and to sign up for their next available class.

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