Minnesota CPR Training Calendar
CPR Training Locations in Minnesota
|October 29, 2017||
October 30, 2017
4:00 pm: Blaine
October 31, 2017
4:00 pm: St Cloud
November 1, 2017
6:00 pm: Burnsville
|November 2, 2017||November 3, 2017||
November 4, 2017
9:15 am: Bloomington
|November 5, 2017||November 6, 2017||
November 7, 2017
6:00 pm: Hutchinson
6:00 pm: Minneapolis
|November 8, 2017||
November 9, 2017
5:30 pm: Maple Grove
6:00 pm: Albertville
|November 10, 2017||
November 11, 2017
9:00 am: Rochester
9:15 am: Brooklyn Park
|November 12, 2017||
November 13, 2017
4:00 pm: Eagan
November 14, 2017
9:00 am: Apple Valley
9:00 am: Apple Valley
|November 15, 2017||
November 16, 2017
6:00 pm: Fairbault
6:00 pm: Roseville
|November 17, 2017||
November 18, 2017
9:00 am: Fridley
9:00 am: Fridley
9:15 am: Mankato
|November 19, 2017||
November 20, 2017
5:30 pm: Minneapolis (U of M)
|November 21, 2017||November 22, 2017||
November 23, 2017
: Thanksgiving - Office Closed
November 24, 2017
: Office Closed
|November 25, 2017|
|November 26, 2017||November 27, 2017||November 28, 2017||November 29, 2017||November 30, 2017||December 1, 2017||December 2, 2017|
Our classes are fun and complete, provide a two-year American Heart certification, and make use of only the most current training materials. CPR classes run four hours, six hours if First Aid training is given. We offer CPR AED and First Aid certification classes throughout the state.
[Instructor] was extremely informative. She made the course so relatable to real world situations. I feel both competent and comfortable with the skills I learned today.
I enjoyed your energetic personality. I would definitely take course again. Great instructor. Great energy.
Instructor is very thorough. The is my 2nd time with In-Pulse CPR. I always enjoy taking this BLS course.
Very well put together with easy, clear instruction. I have taken this course through different companies many times; In-Pulse CPR was way better by far. I will definitely be recommending this class to others. I will see you again in two years!
Instructor made class fun and interesting. Had a blast and learned more than I had from previous classes.
[Instructor] was very informative and made the class very fun. I would take her class again when getting re-certified. Didn’t get bored and had loads of fun.
Take a class with us in confidence! We are one of the largest providers of public CPR training classes in Minnesota.
Regular customers include Alina Health, Best Buy, HealthEast, Hennepin Technical College, Rasmussen College, U of M, Public School Districts, EMS providers, State and Local Government, and many others. We train upwards of 1500 students every month. Our classes are fun and complete, provide a two-year American Heart certification, and make use of only the most current training materials. CPR classes run four hours, six hours if First Aid training is given. We offer CPR AED and First Aid certification classes throughout all of Central and Southern Minnesota.
Are you thinking about taking an online certification, you may want to reconsider!
Online certification often requires you to test out with an instructor at a later date, it typically needs repeating every year, often not accepted by employers or institutions, and it cannot give you the type of individualized instruction we deliver.
Discover the In-Pulse difference in Minnesota.
In-Pulse CPR – Multiple local CPR training classes across Minnesota.
It doesn’t matter if you are a healthcare professional, a teacher, childcare provider, businessman or woman, laborer, student, parent, or just a neighbor. It is important that you are prepared for a cardiac emergency. Being prepared can make the difference between life and death.
At In-Pulse CPR, we feel that you CAN learn a lot from a “dummy”. We offer a variety of open enrollment class locations and times in multiple locations in the Minneapolis area and across Minnesota. We also offer onsite private classes for your group statewide. Every class includes adult, child, and infant CPR training, including the treatment of an airway obstruction, recognition of an impending emergency, and clear instruction in the use of an automated external defibrillator or AED.
First Aid training is also available and includes but is not limited to: soft tissue injuries, bone and muscle injuries, medical emergencies (including diabetic emergencies), anaphylactic shock (including how to use an epi-pen) and environmental emergencies.
All of our instructors with In-Pulse CPR come with years of experience in the medical field and offer real life experiences to help trainees better understand the importance of CPR.
We make training fun! Unsure what class to take? Click here for help!
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Avoid unreliable online certification providers. Online certification often requires you to test out with an instructor at a later date, it typically needs repeating every year, often not accepted by employers or institutions, and it cannot give you the type of individualized instruction we deliver.
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