Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation


What is CPR? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure consisting of chest compressions often combined with artificial ventilation in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person who is in cardiac arrest.

A sudden cardiac event may occur to anyone, anywhere, and anytime. An individual’s best chance of survival after cardiac arrest occurs when immediate intervention is provided. Early, bystander CPR is a vital link in the chain of survival because it serves as a bridge to the arrival of EMS and advanced medical care.

Adult, child, and infant CPR education is a valuable skill that everyone should learn. RMCCF’s American Heart Association – certified instructors may be invited into your workplace to instruct staff to identify an individual experiencing a cardiac arrest and to perform life-saving CPR skills correctly. RMCCF, RFD and our partners will also be offering CPR courses to the community, often free of charge.


HeartSaver CPR/AED Course. 4-hour CPR/AED course including 2-hour formal lecture with PowerPoint presentation, American Heart Association videos, and demonstrations and 2-hour skills training and validation utilizing manikins, AED trainers, and other equipment discussed within the lecture portion of the course.
HeartSaver certification test will be given at the completion of the course.
Topics Covered. Adult, child, and infant CPR/AED emergency response. Adult, child, and infant choking emergency response.
Materials. Private, on-site CPR training for 12 participants. Each student shall receive: refreshments, HeartSaver student manual, HeartSaver Certification Card, and an CPR kit (pictured below).

Hands-only CPR Class. 1.5-hour CPR/AED preview class including 1-hr lecture and 30-minute skills training.
Topics Covered. Adult CPR/AED emergency response.
Materials. Private, on-site, brief CPR preview for 24 participants. Each student shall receive: American Heart Association Friends and Family CPR Student Manual. No Certification Card will be given at the end of this class.

Manikins Donated to RMCCF by the Magnon Foundation
CPR Kit Items
AHA HeartSaver Student Manual
AHA Friends and Family CPR Student Manual

For questions regarding our CPR classes, please email Joe at, or call 951.682.2753.

CPR Class Highlights