CPR Training School

CPR Training School

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Quick Facts about Us.

  • We are an American Heart Association Certified Training Center. 
  • Over 20 years of teaching and affiliation with American Heart Association.
  • Cards are issued at the end of class.
  • We teach several classes’ every day 7 days a week.
  • Classes include CPR Training, AED, BLS, First Aid,  ACLS, Babysitter Boot Camp and more.
  • Certifications meets all State, Federal and OSHA Requirements.
  • We offer both Traditional and Blended course.
  • For groups of 4 or more we can come to you or host at our facility.
  • We Sell, Train and provide Service for AEDs.
  • We provide Training from Scouts to Medical Providers Training.
  • We provide BLS and CPR Instructor Training.
  • We train First Responders.
  • We Love What We Do.  :-)

When you choose CPR Training School, you’re choosing the highest quality training through an authorized provider of the American Heart Association (AHA) training programs.  The AHA researched and wrote the Emergency Cardiac Care guidelines for CPR Training, First Aid and Automated Defibrillator (AED) courses.  Just because an organization uses the AHA guidelines does not mean that they offer an AHA certification.  We do. Upon completion of any course with CPR Training School, you will receive a card from the American Heart Association. At CPR Training School in Alpharetta and Atlanta, we provide: Experience: Christine Neely, president and founder of CPR Training School in Alpharetta, is an American Heart Association Heartsaver instructor for Atlanta and has been teaching CPR, First Aid and AED courses for over 20 years. All our instructors are certified through the American Heart Association. Convenience: We’ll come to your home or office, anywhere in the South. We find that people feel more comfortable and learn better in a familiar place and it’s much more cost effective for us to come teach in your corporate environment . Affordability: Classes start at $49. Bundle two classes (such as CPR and First Aid) and save. We also offer group discounts. See our classes and costs page for more details.   A thorough course: We cover everything you need to know plus provide hands-on training. You’ll learn how to administer CPR for infants, children and adults. We also teach a babysitting First Aid and AED Training class. From healthcare providers to security guards to exercise instructors to parents, we believe everyone should know CPR, First Aid and how to use an AED. Effective bystander CPR Training, provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest, can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival–The American Heart Association.

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Alpharetta, GA 30009
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?
  • We are an American Heart Association Certified Training Center. 
  • Over 20 years of teaching and affiliation with American Heart Association.
  • Cards are issued at the end of class.
  • We teach several classes’ every day 7 days a week

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
  • Classes include CPR Training, AED, BLS, First Aid,  ACLS, Babysitter Boot Camp and more.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Traditional Group Class Room CPR

Cost: $49  –  Book Included

Length of Class: up to 2.5 hours
Includes: Adult Clild and Infant training
Certification:  American Heart Association Two Year Certification
Course For:  Individuals, Employers,  Federal / State Agencies and OSHA, PT, Life Guard, anyone wanting to learn CPR.  AED included in all CPR classes.


How did you get started teaching?

As an American Heart Association Heartsaver Instructor  for over 15 years, she has trained men and women in the military, the medical field and public and private school systems. Neely has served on the Board of Directors for the American Heart Association and enjoys developing programs and creating heart health awareness in children and adults.


What types of students have you worked with?

Christine Neely, president of CPR Training School,  has worked in the Health and Wellness industry for over 22 years, with experience in CPR, rehabilitation, pain management, sports medicine, hospital worksite, corporate wellness programs, group fitness and personal training.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

All lay CPR responders with a duty to respond, such as employees in the workplace, firefighters, police, airline personnel, security guards, teachers, massage therapists, personal trainers, lifeguards, childcare providers, family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death, and other lay rescuers who may need to respond to a cardiac emergency and learn how to use an AED.