CPR in Schools

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Every hour in the U.S. approximately 38 people will have a cardiac arrest event outside of the hospital. Nine out of ten people will not survive. However, if lifesaving CPR is performed, a victim’s chance of surviving can double, or even triple.

Teaching the next generation of lifesavers.
The CPR in School Training Kit is portable, durable, designed to train 10 to 20 students at once, and comes with everything you will need to quickly and easily teach your students. One CPR in Schools Training Kit can train hundreds of students!

How it Works.
Developed by the American Heart Association – the leader in CPR programs – this kit incorporates the very latest science. Each CPR in Schools kit includes an educational DVD and hands-on practice with manikins. In just 30 minutes, your students will learn how to save a life. Read about how teachers just like you have implemented CPR in their schools.

Questions: 1-866-935-5484  or  cprinschools@heart.org

Cardiac Emergency Response Plan

A cardiac emergency response plan is a written document that establishes specific steps to reduce death from cardiac arrest in school settings.  A carefully orchestrated response to cardiac emergencies will reduce deaths in school settings, and ensure that chaos does not lead to an improper or no response. Preparation is the essential key to saving lives.

Read more about the Cardiac Emergency Response Plan

Need to teach CPR in your school? For more information go to www.heart.org/cprinschools.

Turn-Key Educational Program

Teach students lifesaving CPR skills by using this all-in-one kit. Learning how to save a life will change yours.

Read more about the CPR in Schools Training Kit.

My State's Regulations for Schools

Many states have laws supporting CPR in schools for high school graduation.

Read more about CPR in Schools Laws.

Heartsaver Hero Award

Rewarding the lifesaving efforts of school staff or students.

Read more about how to recognize a Heartsaver Hero.