An approved American Heart Association Training Center
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Trusted CPR Teachers and Training

At In-Pulse CPR, Inc., we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We are passionate about making sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they gained.

Convenient CPR Training Locations

In-Pulse CPR offers public classes at over 50 locations across several different states. At In-Pulse CPR, we want to make training convenient for you. So, whether you are on the safety committee at your place of business, need certification for your licensing, or are an individual in the community wanting to learn CPR, we have classes in a location near you.

CPR Training from Novice to CPR Expert

We train on average over 800 students every month. Our instructors are certified through the American Heart Association and have a strong desire to provide the knowledge and skills to enhance your ability to prevent an emergency from becoming a tragedy.
Training a Life Can Depend On

Why Train With Us?


Mollie Bowman was a nurse for 20+ years. As a nurse, she was required to renew her CPR certification every two years. “That CPR class was more boring than the last one. I know I could teach these classes way better.” She said. With previous group training experience training other nurses on procedures, she decided to take a new career direction.

In 2009 In-Pulse CPR was born.  With the help of her husband Troy, who has experience in sales and marketing, they together changed how CPR classes were taught.  Today, In-Pulse CPR is the largest American Heart training provider in Minneapolis and growing quickly in Tampa, and Philadelphia as well as a few other communities. They are currently training on average about 1200 students a month on this life-saving skill.

They didn’t go it alone. They currently have over 40 instructors teaching for the company and each instructor is following Mollies teaching abilities and passion. No longer are people required to sit through another boring CPR class. “Learning CPR in a fun and interactive way makes all the difference!” Say, Troy. In-Pulse CPR ( has changed all that.

The Why:

Not too long ago, I received a call from a mother who had signed up her daughter for a course with CPR certification to fulfill a prerequisite before starting clinical at a nearby school.

This mother said she had to call and share with us how the daughter kept on raving about how good the class was. Additionally, I received a similar call from someone who had been to CPR certification courses with countless other organizations but this class was the ‘best by far’! About a week later she called back to tell me that she had the opportunity to practice what she had learned on a drowning victim. We appreciated the feedback and knowing that our training was put to good use.

While you may have a few options for training, our trainers are among the best and most experienced and with multiple AED and CPR certification trainings, as well as first aid courses offered monthly, they are sure to meet your scheduling needs!

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CPR class sites

Please be aware that classroom addresses often change and preregistration is always required. Once registered, please check your confirmation email for your actual class address information.  This site list is not all inclusive.

150 S. Westmonte Dr Altamonte Springs FL 32714
1810 S. Highway 27 Clermont FL 34711
2380 US 19 Crystal River FL 34428
4506 Oak Fair Blvd East Tampa FL 33610
9160 Forum Corporate Parkway Ft. Myers FL 33905
3484 Polynesian Isle Blvd Kissimmee FL 34746
18600 Fernview St Land O’ Lakes FL 34638
210 Seminole Blvd Largo FL 33770
7115 U.S. 19 New Port Richey FL 34652
8661 Citizens Dr New Port Richey FL 34654
4755 SW 46th Court Ocala FL 34474
4052 Tampa Road Oldsmar FL 34677
2416 N. Orange Ave Orlando FL 32804
8050 US Highway 19 N Pinellas Park FL 33781
24244 Corporate Court Port Charlotte FL 33954
5730 Gantt Rd Sarasota FL 34233
11551 Discovery Lane Seffner FL 33584
111 W. Fortune St South Tampa FL 33602
4881 Commercial Way Spring Hill FL 34606
4042 Park Oaks Blvd Tampa FL 33610
10550 Regents Park Dr Tampa FL 33647
39284 US Hwy 19 N Tarpon Springs FL 34689
13294 Telecom Dr Temple Terrace FL 33637
5628 W. Waters Ave Town N Country FL 33634
7839 Gail Blvd Zephyrhills FL 33540
3520 US 98 Lakeland FL 33809
4750 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa FL 33614
2214 E. Main St Albert Lea MN 56007
6554 Lamplight Dr Albertville MN 55301
7083 153rd Street W Apple Valley MN 55124
3629 95th Ave NE Blaine MN 55014
4400 78th St. W Bloomington MN 55435
8301 93rd Avenue North Brooklyn Park MN 55445
14201 Nicollet Ave S Burnsville MN 55337
3500 Federal Drive Eagan MN 55122
11325 Viking Dr Eden Prairie MN 55344
18894 Dodge St NW Elk River MN 55330
1801 Lavendar Dr Fairbault MN 55021
5201 Central Avenue NE Fridley MN 55421
5653 Bishop Ave Inver Grove Heights MN 55076
8565 Eagle Point Circle Lake Elmo MN 55042
130 Saint Andrews Drive Mankato MN 56001
9655 Grove Circle North Maple Grove MN 55369
2407 University Ave SE Minneapolis MN 55414
6440 US 10 NW Ramsey MN 55303
7100 Nicollet Ave Richfield MN 55423
4141 Maine Avenue SE Rochester MN 55904
77 Wood Lake Dr SE Rochester MN 55904
2661 Civic Center Dr Roseville MN 55113
11670 Fountains Dr Maple Grove MN 55369
226 Park Avenue South St. Cloud MN 56301
101 5th Street East, Suite 299 St. Paul MN 55101
3505 Vadnais Center Dr St. Paul MN 55110
2000 Washington Ave Stillwater MN 55082
2201 Burns Ave St. Paul MN 55119
5630 Tighman St Allentown PA 18104
1329 Bristol Pike Bensalem PA 19020
1529 East Commerce Ave Carlisle PA 17105
90 Kunkle Dr Easton PA 18045
147 Merts Dr Elizabethtown PA 17022
1857 Gettysburg Village Dr Gettysburg PA 17325
413 Port View Dr Harrisburg PA 17111
350 West Choc0late Ave Hershey PA 17033
127 S. Gulph Rd King of Prussia PA 19406
2260 Lincoln Hwy E Lancaster PA 17602
4943 Gettysburg Rd Mechanicsburg PA 17055
99 Robinson St Pottstown PA 19464
943 S. High St West Chester PA 19382
245 St. Charles Way York PA 17402

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