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Friday, August 7, 2015

Win FREE Online Basic Life Support Training- It Could Save Your Childs Life!

 Would you know what to do if your child had an emergency that required CPR or the Heimlich?

As parent's it is important to know what to do in a life threatening situation and be trained for medical emergencies that come up with you children so that you can perform life sustaining measures until medical support arrives! I was recently asked to review the Basic Life Support program from ACLS Medical Training, which is regularly a $95 (or $65 to re-certify), and it came at the perfect time for us.

My husband’s basic life support (BLS) certification was expiring at the end of July. The opportunity to review a BLS course offered by ACLS Medical Training could not have come at a better time. ACLS Medical Training also offers re-certification of advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) as well. This program is one of the few 100% online classes. Other programs only allow you to complete part of the training online but require that you meet in person with a certified instructor for skills checkoff and / or final examination.
 
The classes offered by ACLS Medical Training are very convenient and offer a quick way for professionals or parents to learn CPR or re-certify without having to miss work or spend  half of a Saturday in the classroom. The content in the courses is right on target with the newest guidelines from the American Heart Association. 
 
Win It: One lucky winner will receive the BLS training from ACLS Medical Training.

  • Please Use Giveaway Tools To Enter
  • Retail value: $65-$95
  • One Entry Per Household
  • Chances of winning depend on entries received.
  • Open to US residents 18 years and older
  • All entries will be verified
  • Winner has 48 hours to reply or another winner will be selected



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12 comments:

  1. With two new grandchildren, I would love to know basic first aid.

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  2. I haven't taken a course in far too many years and need an update.

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  4. I am just starting my own childcare from home and mine has expired this would be awesome

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  5. I work in a remote region so would like this in case someone is ill.

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  6. This is good to learn with young children in the house.

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  7. i would learn this i have a son with severe disability ,and its always nice to know u are trained in something tha could save a life

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  8. i would learn this i have a son with severe disability ,and its always nice to know u are trained in something tha could save a life

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  9. I have been wanting to do something like this since my daughter was born, it seems like something every parent should be able to take.

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  10. I would love this for my daughter who babysits.
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  11. My husband had a heart attack two years ago, so this would be good to know.

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  12. I would love to learn because I have two children and I frequently watch other children. I know some but probably not enough in the event of an emergency.

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