More than 250,000 deaths occur every year due to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In fact, SCA claims one life about every two minutes, taking more lives each year than AIDS, lung cancer or breast cancer. To decrease this heinous SCA death toll, it is important for the American public to understand what SCA is, what the signs and symptoms are, and how to respond and prevent SCA from occurring.
Part of SCA help and prevention comes from CPR/Automatic External Defibrillators training, which AHCA offers online. It's been proven that succesful use of AED can drastically enhance someone's chances of surviving an SCA. CPR, which is now celebrating its 50th year of use, has also saved countless lives through the simple application of the “hands-only”
AHCA's “How It Works” video is intended to provide visual aids for potential clients who wish to learn more about how CPR – and learning CPR online – works, and addresses the different learning styles different people have, by providing a live demonstration that can be replayed at will. The video can be viewed at: http://cpraedcourse.com/
“Teaching our customers in the way they learn best is important to us,” Ms. Smith said. “The 'How It Works' video is an important step forward in demonstrating the power of online CPR classes.”
The American Health Care Academy provides online CPR certification and online first aid certification, designed with the busy adult in mind. Students, parents and others with a desire to get CPR training can take AHCA's quick and easy first aid courses and gain new CPR certification or re-certification in the comfort of their homes, on their schedule.
To register for CPR courses or to learn more about the courses, visit http://cpraedcourse.com.
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About American Health Care Academy:
American Health Care Academy offers online CPR certification courses and online first aid courses. All of our courses are nationally accepted. Discounts are available for groups and organizations.