Health Sciences & University Programs
CPR Certification Resources

All students applying for Health Sciences programs will need to have a current CPR certification for Healthcare Providers. The selected course must be equivalent to the American Heart Association's Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care at the Healthcare Provider level. 

The course must include:

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) for adult, child and infant CPR
  • One and two person rescue resuscitation
  • AED training
  • Bag Valve mask training
  • Hands-on practice and testing

Clinical facilities in which students complete clinical experiences and the CA Dental Board (for Dental Hygiene students) will only accept hands-on practice and testing for recertification; no online courses will be accepted.  The CPR certification card issued must include the American Heart Association (AHA) logo

Classes for CPR Certification and re-certification are available through courses at Shasta College and local organizations including, but not limited to:

  • Shasta College CPR Course –  FAID 133 – CPR for Professional Rescuer                                        Search MyShasta for current course offerings 
  • A PLUS SAFETY – (530) 222-1210
    2765 Bechelli Lane, Redding, CA  96002  
    www.aplussafetyLLC.com                                                                          
  • MED ED – (530) 276-9164
    1615 Continental Street, Redding, CA
    donnaconrad@shasta.com 
  • Albertson Training Center - 530-527-4997
    80 Gurnsey Avenue, Red Bluff, CA  96080
  • Center For Excellence in Education - (530) 873-6683                                                                       Peggy Tyranski - pstyranski@gmail.com
    www.CEEMED.com

Additional resources within the community may include: 

  1. American Heart Association 
  2. American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI)