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 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

 

  1. Why choose Lifesaver Associates?
  2. How long is certification valid for?
  3. Who is eligible to attend recertification courses?
  4. What area does Lifesaver Associates serve?
  5. Are there any limits on the amount of participants?
  6. What if I have less than 5 participants for on-site training?
  7. What equipment and space is required for on-site training?
  8. How much does on-site training cost?
  9. What is the process to schedule an on-site course?
  10. How do I go about transferring my instructor status to your Training Center? 

  
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1. Why choose Lifesaver Associates?

Our instructors have taught thousands of participants since 1994, from all walks-of-life.  Our team of instructors includes experienced EMT's, Flight Parmamedics, Flight Nurses and physicians of the highest caliber.  Unlike many other companies providing similar training, our instructors actually save lives on a daily basis which maintains credibility.   Lifesaver Associates offers the latest technology, newest tools-of-the trade and have sufficient equipment to minimize time 'standing around'.

 
2. How long is certification valid for?

Our American Heart Association courses are valid for two (2) years upon successful completion.   In keeping with our motto 'to save lives', we encourage participants to return at any time during their certification period to audit a similar class (while it doesn't prolong certification length, it will expose you to the techniques/equipment in a 'no stress' environment).

 

3. Who is eligible to attend recertification courses?


Our recertification courses are open for those whose are unexpired.  Regardless of what expiration date your card shows, you have until the last day of the month (per American Heart Association guidelines). 



4. What area does Lifesaver Associates serve?


Our team serves the entire state of Arkansas and surrounding states, depending on class size. 



5. Are there any limits on the amount of participants?


No, we have partnered with facilities throughout central Arkansas that allow us to accomodate up to 100 participants per course, if necessary.  As an American Heart Assocation Training Center, we have a tremendous pool of instructors to draw from when necessary.  We can even serve large number of participants during our on-site training at your facility, as long as their is appropriate space to provide the training. 



6. What if I have less than 5 participants for on-site training?


At your discretion, we may slightly increase the price per participant, open it up to other participants from the community or encourage your participants to attend any of our frequent ‘open’ courses throughout central Arkansas.  Whatever your decision, we know you’ll be satisfied with the training your team receives.



7. What equipment and space is required for on-site training?


Sufficient space to hold the expect number of participants in an area conducive to learning.  A comfortable floor is also encouraged since participants are expected to provide chest compressions during many of our courses.



8. How much does on-site training cost?


Prices are the same as our 'open' courses.   Benefits include convenience and the ability to familiarize participants with the equipment they actually use (maximizing their effectiveness during an actual emergency).



9. What is the process to schedule an on-site course?

Click here and complete the ‘On-Site’ interest form.


10. How do I go about transferring my instructor status to your Training Center? 

Click here for information on transferring to our American Heart Association Training Center