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No problem; as long as the class is still open, you can enroll and pay at the time of the course. If you have any questions, please contact us at (205) 440-1000 or [email protected]
Nothing! Just arrive to class 10 minutes early, and wear comfortable clothes. We will provide everything else you need to get certified, including refreshments!
Our mission is first and foremost to serve our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, as we provide state-of-the-art CPR and safety training while maintaining professional and friendly relationships with our clients. We strive to serve our clients by helping them protect their families, businesses, and organizations. We firmly believe in the blessings that God provides, and we are determined to honor Him in how we treat our clients and employees.
Classes are convenient to your location! We have classes on a daily basis at our training centers in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Montgomery. We can also bring the classroom to your place of business, school, home, worship, or other group location…all at no additional cost to you!
Yes – we teach BLS for Healthcare Providers through the American Heart Association. We also offer ACLS, PALS, as well as Heartsaver CPR AED & First Aid courses.
Never! We will conduct all scheduled classes, even those with just one student attending. Here at Trio Safety, LLC, we feel each and every student is important.
Basic Life Support.
AED stands for Automated External Defibrillator.
We provide training for some of the nations best CPR training organizations including the American Heart Association, OSHA, and others. This allows us to offer the best program for each particular type of training. All of the organizations we represent share the philosophy that CPR is a motor skill, not a cognitive skill. More lecture does not lead to better retention. All of our classes spend the majority of the training time with actual “hands-on” practice.
Certification cards for all of the classes we teach are valid for two years from the issue (class) date.
We understand that everyone has busy lifestyles and even emergencies. You can reschedule up to once (1 time) from your original course registration. Just call us at (205) 440-1000 or email at [email protected].
All our courses can be taken by both first time CPR students and those with previous training. Our classes are performance based – you will move through the skills at your own pace.
Give us a call or send us an email today…(205) 440-1000 or [email protected] to find out more. We are always looking to hire experienced, qualified CPR instructors that would be a good fit for our dynamic team.
We are licensed to provide ACLS, BLS, and Heartsaver courses through the American Heart Association (AHA). Each of our instructors maintain a current Instructor Card through the AHA.
I’ve seen online courses in CPR that are more convenient for me. What are the advantages of taking a course in a classroom?
While online courses may provide the same basic concepts as an in-class course, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is a motor skill, not a cognitive skill, that requires practice and repetition in order to learn effective techniques. Also, many employers will not accept online-only training. With Trio Safety, LLC, a majority of your class time is spent practicing on mannequins or participating in real life scenarios. Our instructors are there to help you with technique, answer any questions you might have, and most importantly, customize the class to fit your unique needs.
Of course! In fact, that is our specialty! We will travel to your workplace for as few as three people. Prices are substantially less (per person) for larger groups of 10 or more. We are happy to customize the training to you needs. Visit our Safety Training page or call us for a quote at (205) 440-1000.
Yes! In 2011 there were major changes to how CPR is taught. Trio Safety, LLC always stays current with any new training guidelines through the American Heart Association.