Trainers who are passionate about working with children can take a class that is designed to teach them about CPR, how to properly use their tools and how to get the most out of their training.
The classes are offered at Cisspa, a company that offers trainings in more than 80 cities, including Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.
In addition to teaching CPR and emergency medical care, Cissps trainers teach kids about how to be active and have fun while they’re on the job.
“Cissps are designed to provide a fun environment where the students learn skills and concepts that they will use to safely and safely and effectively perform CPR on patients,” the company wrote in a press release.
“They have been proven to be very effective in teaching CPR on children ages 3-12.”
The company’s classes are open to any trainee who is passionate about teaching CPR.
“We’re here to offer you an enjoyable learning experience and help you achieve your goals in your career,” the press release reads.
“You will get to learn how to safely perform CPR, learn about what is needed for a safe and effective training, and develop the skills and confidence to become a trained professional.”
The courses start at $40 for four hours, but some trainees may have to pay extra to be able to take them on.
Cisspp training classes are designed for people who want to take on an apprenticeship and work as an emergency medical technician, but the company says they are designed “to teach you the basic skills that you will need to be an emergency care provider.”
Cisspla is based in Austin, Texas, and is also the parent company of Cisspo, a trainee-centric trainings program that offers classes in Austin.
“This is the first Cisspsc training course we offer at CISSP, and we are thrilled to be the first to offer it,” Cisspas founder and CEO Steve Schoen said in a statement.
“A Cisspc training class is the best way to learn CPR, trainees will feel at home, and they will have the skills needed to perform CPR safely on the front lines of the pandemic.”
Schoen also pointed out that the company has had to pay a portion of the fees for the trainings.
“These classes will help trainees improve their training and get more experience in our safe and efficient training,” he said.
“Training fees for these classes are $50 per trainee and are non-refundable.
We believe that if trainees receive the training they will do an excellent job.”