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Weekend Dental Assistant School
is a proud supporter of the
CPR Certification for Dental Assistants
CPR Course Description:
This is the Healthcare Provider CPR/AED American Heart Association Course. This includes, but is not limited to adult, child, infant, AED (defibrillator) and choking. It is 3-3.5 hours in length, and will be offered 3 or more times a year. There is no book to purchase.
Next CPR Class: Saturday, April 28th at 5:15
As you learn how to do CPR, you gain a skill that not only will make your résumé more impressive but also could save someone’s life. See our CPR course photo gallery below to see our former students in action.
Improve Your Resume and Life with our CPR Healthcare Provider Certification Class in Appleton, WI
While cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification is not a requirement to become a dental assistant in the state of Wisconsin, it is nonetheless preferred by most dental employers. In any medical field, you want to be prepared for the worst case scenario. Weekend Dental Assistant School is offering CPR Certification courses to help our current students, past graduates, and practicing dental assistants keep up-to-date with their CPR Certification and stay prepared for any situation which may arise.
The potential of cardiac arrest occurring during some procedures—not to mention the number of different things which can go wrong during procedures requiring anesthesia—makes CPR certification a popular addition to our Wisconsin dental assistant training program using state-of-the-art training equipment.
How Long Does CPR Certification Last?
Weekend Dental Assistant School is proud to offer its students a CPR course with a two-year certification. Our CPR course gives comprehensive training, including the proper use of automated external defibrillator (AED), as well as obstructed airways and choking.
A dental office is not the most logical or commonly considered location for a serious medical emergency to occur. However, it can happen! Periodontal disease is linked to heart disease, after all.
CPR Training and Certification Benefit You and Your Career
Including a Healthcare Provider Certification on your resume not only looks great to potential employers, but being CPR and AED certified has some uncanny benefits as well. They can boost a person's confidence, knowing they have the ability to save a life if they need to. Emergency situations where action is required become easily recognizable to a person with CPR and AED training – potentially saving a life. After completing this course, you will have the skills and confidence to calmly and rationally assess emergency situations which typically cause most people to become panicked.
WDAS prepares our students for all possible situations inside a dentist’s office, including cardiac emergencies. Our hands on CPR courses last approximately 3 to 3.5 hours, helping you become certified quickly. The class is offered a minimum of three times per year, with additional CPR classes added if needed. Those who want the extra feather in their cap should consider this useful skillset.
Contact our Wisconsin Dental Assistant School today to inquire about course dates and costs for getting your healthcare provider CPR/AED certification!
Improve the chance for survival by learning CPR. Receive your certification card which is valid for two years.