CPR in Schools
You can make a difference in your school, district and community.
Let’s create the Next Generation of Heartsavers™ by giving all students and educators the opportunity to learn CPR and creating more qualified lifesavers in our communities. The CPR in Schools Training Kit™ enables students to learn the lifesaving skills of CPR in just one class period. Plus, it teaches AED use and choking relief. The easy-to-use kit can be facilitated by anyone and is designed specifically for the needs of schools. Repeat the process to train a class, a grade, staff, or your entire campus.
CPR in Schools Training Kit Demo
Use the CPR in Schools Training Kit to teach your students the two simple steps of Hands-Only CPR and other lifesaving skills. The kit is easy to use and contains everything you need to train 10 to 20 students one time. Welcome to the next Generation of Heartsavers.
What's in the kit? See our CPR in Schools Training Kit demonstration and learn how you can teach your students the two simple steps of Hands-Only CPR and other lifesaving skills in one class period.
CPR in Schools Training Kit
CPR, if performed immediately, can double or triple a person’s chance of survival. Sadly, that happens less than 10 percent of the time outside of the hospital. You can make a difference in your school and community with the CPR in Schools Training Kit. The kit is easy to use and contains everything you need to train 10 to 20 students in CPR at one time. Let's work together to create the Next Generation of Heartsavers.
State Legislation for CPR in Schools
Since 2018, new laws in many states require schools to train students in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before high school graduation. Is your state one of them?
Cardiac Emergency Response Plan (CERP)
Student safety includes ensuring every school adopts a CERP and continually reviews and improves upon the plan.
The American Heart Association is working to pass state laws that will assure all students are trained in life-saving CPR before they graduate from high school.
AHA and Ross CPR in Schools Program
Ross Stores and customers have raised funds to train thousands of students in life-saving CPR across the United States.