Student CPR launches successfully, bringing Free CPR training to High School Students

In School & Student CPR by Paul Martin4 Comments

A few years ago, we had an idea: bring CPR training into high schools at a price they can afford.  We feel we’ve accomplished that, and there are a number of schools that have started using the program.  We’re very excited about what we’ve seen so far.

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Paul Martin

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  1. Mildred Williams

    I really think it’s a great idea that CPR is taught in school. I wouldn’t be opposed to the idea of having it as a graduation requirement.

  2. Donald Mendel

    I don’t think it should be a requirement for graduation, I do beleave it should be a requirement from like 5 grade, but also first aid, and keep it going all the way through high,with high school geeting more advanced first aid training,even offering emt class’s ,so when they graduate they can move right into paramedic,lpn.or rn.

  3. CPR Instructor

    CPR Trainings should be given at every level of study whether in high school or others. This will help in developing a sense of togetherness and belongingness towrds mankind.

  4. Dianne Cole

    I have a 16 year old daughter in high school. I believe that it is very important for her and her classmates to learn CPR. CPR is a skill that she can use throughout her life. As far as anrequirement for graduation I don’t think that it should be required. Let’s face it anyone can be put in a situation that might require helping or saving one’s life. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they were equipped with the skills of CPR and first aid training.

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