Heart attack is one of the primary causes of death in North America. Each year, emergency response team evaluates more than 294,000 out of hospital heart attack sufferers in the US alone. The survival rate however varies by state or region with 3 to 16 percent of estimated survivals. This is one of the reasons why CPR is integral in improving the survival rate of heart attack victims. If a bystander knows CPR, he or she would have the skills to perform lifesaving first aid to the victim anywhere. This simply means that even if you are not a medical professional, you can provide CPR or lifesaving shocks with AEDs to a patient. Of course, you will need to undergo training first and get your license. KOAA Colorado had recently reported that heart disease patients would have to wait hours before going to the healthcare facility when an attack happens. Some patients have waited an average of 2 hours before receiving medical attention because the hospital is short-staffed with the right emergency response personnel. It is this reason why people should now consider taking CPR classes and training Colorado program to be able to fill what is lacking. If you plan on becoming a certified CPR in the state, you should prepare yourself with intensive classroom instruction and practical training. These trainings will help you excel in the state licensure test after 2 months of completing the program requirements. In some schools, they provide 2 weeks of mock tests that include written and oral exams to make you become fully aware of what to expect in the CPR certification test. However, passing your mock test does not necessarily reflect your certification test results. So you still need to dedicate a large amount of effort to meet the passing rate. As of right now, the state requirements strictly eliminate students who are below 16 years of age to take CPR classes and training Colorado. You must pass your High School diploma or grade report card to the admissions department of the school you are applying to. In most cases, school charge per student in a class with the price around $12 to $60. There are organizations like the American Heart Association and Red Cross that offer free CPR training. You may want to visit their office or website to learn more about the said program and submit all necessary documents to start your class immediately.

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