Our services and certification classes and courses:
- CPR Aed
- Cpr aed and first aid
- First Aid, Oxygen, Bloodborne Pathogens
- American Heart Heartsaver Layperson CPR and AED $70
- American Heart Heartsaver Layperson CPR, AED and First Aid $75
- American Heart Healthcare Provider BLS $80 (This is cpr and aed class for healthcare providers - nurses, paramedics, doctors, therapists, lifeguards, etc)
- ACLS renewal $150 - ACLS First Time $200
- PALS renewal $200 - PALS First Time $215
- *Bloodborne Pathognes, Oxygen or First Aid are only $35 each per person and may only be done. We also have cheap online bloodborne pathogens training.
Top 4 reasons to pick CPR Florida:
Here are the top 4 reasons why thousands of students choose us each year:
- 1. Classes six days a week and five different offices or we travel to you.
- 2. All instructors are healthcare professionals, are licensed and insured. (We have a staff of 22 instructors)
- 3. You get a fun, educational and stress free class, free cpr keychain AND your certification ecard the very same day!
- 4. Everone gets a comfy seat, cpr manikin, plenty of first aid supplies, a laminated review sheet, water and candy when you enter class.
See our cpr aed bls first aid acls pals schedule and register for a class
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What is there to do in South Florida?
Best Breweries in South Florida:
We love Copperpoint, Due South, Civil Society, Funky Buddha, Saltwater and Tank.
Top Bars and waterfront restaurants: Two Georges, Benny's on the Beach, Key Lime House, Tike Bar in Delray, Elbo Room, Hollywood Boardwalk, JBs on the Beach, Boathouse and Flip Flops.
Where to have fun at the beach: Check ahead of time as most beaches is pay to park. Many of the beaches and inlets have parks, playgrounds and grills. Many of them are open, but some you have to reserve a pavilion. A cool place to snorkel and swim is Peanut Island and Blue Heron Bridge. A newer developed beach and bars and restaurants and volleyball area is at Singer Island Beach. If you want cool places to kneeboard, ski and tube, always try the Intracoastal first. Most cties have Segway tours, Diva Duck and water taxis to get on the water or near it for a low price. Margaritaville in Hollywood has a surf area, wave house wavemaker, right on the beach. The best outdoor water park is Rapids in Riviera Beach. A pretty good place to do smaller water activities is Calypso Bay in Wellington.
Sightseeing and things to do: With awessome weather all year, there are thousands of things to explore. Spend a weekend in the Florida Keys, Swim in the Venetian Pool, Go to a Miami Dolphins or Marlins game, attend an outdoor music festival, walk along south beach and Bayfront. See a Miami Heat game, take a quick bahama cruise trip, See the Everglades, Picnic at David T. Kennedy Park. Hop a tram at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Explore Everglades National Park. Be sure to check out lots of lakes, the instracoastal, beaches and cool outdoor splash pads.