Scroll down to find the class that best fits your needs:

Please note: There are two versions of this class listed below. One teaches how to help adults and children, and the other teaches how to help adults, children and infants. You can read more about that below.

Also note: There are currently two variations of how to receive this training: 1) totally in-person; 2) “blended-learning” (with online lectures and in-person, hands-on practice).


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Adult and Child CPR/AED and First Aid

  • in-person 6.5 hrs. or blended-learning 7 hrs.
  • no infant CPR skills (scroll down for option with infant skills)
  • two-year certification, upon successful completion of class

Blended-Learning Group Rate: $79 per person

All In-Person Group Rate: $89 per person

  • taught in two segments, on two separate days, and save $10 per student!

All In-Person Group Rate: $99 per person

  • taught all in one day

Adult and Pediatric (Adult, Child and Infant) CPR/AED and First Aid

  • in-person 7 hrs. or blended-learning 7.5 hrs.
  • adult, child plus infant CPR skills
  • satisfies Rule 3 requirements in Minnesota for child care
  • two-year certification, upon successful completion of class

Blended-Learning Group Rate: $99 per person

All In-Person Group Rate: $109 per person

  • taught in two segments, on two separate days, and save $10 per student!

All In-Person Group Rate: $119 per person

  • taught all in one day

Class Size

The prices listed listed on this page are for a minimum of six students per class. To maintain our high standards for exceptional personal attention, we limit our CPR/AED (cardiopulmonary resuscitation/automated external defibrillator) classes to a maximum of 10 students.


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Definitions of Adult, Child and Infant

To ensure that you get the proper training for the populations of greatest concern to you, please read these definitions:

  • An “adult” is considered to be someone approximately 12 years or older (or beginning at the first signs of puberty).
  • A “child” is considered to be someone approximately 1 up to 12 years old.
  • An “infant” is considered to be someone younger than 1 year old.

Combined “Child and Infant CPR” classes are also known as “Pediatric CPR” classes.


Is This the Right Class for Me?

While these classes do not fulfill the requirements for most health care providers and safety professionals, they are acceptable for most other professions. Please read class descriptions and check with your employer, school, professional organization, etc., before registering, so you’re certain that this class will meet their requirements.

If you need BLS CPR/AED certification for health care providers and safety professionals — with or without First Aid — click here.


Wondering why you should take CPR? Don’t take our word for it. Here is what the prestigious Mayo Clinic has to say about it. (Link will open in a new page, so you don’t lose your place on the CPR-Twin Cities site.)


*All prices are subject to change without notice.