Please carefully read the disclaimer below before proceeding. It contains crucial information, limitations, and exclusions that may be relevant to you:

1. Course Content & Affiliations: Our accredited certification coursework complies with the cognitive guidelines of the AHA®/ECC, ILCOR, and OSHA where applicable, to the extent of our offerings, focuses on general practices, does not match another provider’s curriculum, and does not include every possible topic of CPR, first-aid, and bloodborne pathogens. Additionally, we are not directly affiliated with or endorsed by these entities. Our courses are developed based on our interpretation of their guidelines.
2. Nature of Cognitive Training: Our cognitive courses are grounded in the medical science aspect of the “formula for survival” as interpreted from ILCOR and AHA®/ECC guidelines. We offer cognitive or online-only learning, emphasizing the theoretical underpinnings and evidence-based practices in resuscitation.
3. Limitations of Cognitive Training: Although our courses provide extensive theoretical knowledge, they lack the hands-on training component crucial for addressing resuscitation techniques’ “effective education” aspect. Hands-on training is key for the practical application and practice of skills.
4. Industry Requirements: While cognitive training may be accepted, certain “special industries” or situations where a medical facility is inaccessible may require hands-on training. Knowing your industry’s requirements and whether cognitive-only training is sufficient is vital.
5. Communication Responsibility: The employer must inform employees about specific First-Aid training requirements. As a training provider, we offer educational content but do not set organizational training policies. Employees should verify with their employers the applicability of our courses to their specific industry and the acceptance by their employer or licensing board.
6. Importance of Bystander Intervention: Our objective is to offer comprehensive training; however, it’s critical to acknowledge that performing CPR, even imperfectly, is preferable to not providing aid. We stress the significance of prompt action in emergencies.
7. Continual Updates: The resuscitation and emergency care field is constantly evolving. We commit to updating our courses regularly. However, learners should also independently consult ILCOR, AHA®/ECC, and OSHA for the latest guidelines and recommendations. While we strive to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose.

By completing our cognitive courses, you acknowledge and understand the scope and limitations of the training we provide. This disclaimer is subject to change at any time. For additional information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.