CPRDoneRight.com

CPRDoneRight.com

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3 years in business

About this pro

With 13 years’ experience in healthcare as an ICU nurse and an educator I noticed 2 things that make a difference when people react in life saving situations: Knowledge & Confidence.

Because LIFE MATTERS I am dedicated to an education process that will increase knowledge and boost confidence in performance to help you help others when it matters most. Therefore, CPR Done Right was created to offer students a fun, non-threatening, relaxed environment in which to learn, practice, and perfect training.

Office is located in Highland Village, TX with easy access from all surrounding cities: Lewisville, TX, Flower Mound TX, Highland Village, TX, Argyle, TX, Denton, TX, Carrollton, TX, The Colony, TX. 

I also offer onsite training to medical offices, dentist offices, schools, workplaces, construction companies and various other industries in the following nearby cities:  Flower Mound, TX, Highland Village, TX, Argyle, TX, Denton, TX, Frisco, TX, Plano, TX.

Qualifications of instructor Cheryl McWilliams, RN, BSN:

  • 7 years experience teaching on emergency situations where BLS and ACLS are utilized
  • 8 years experience as an American Heart Association Instructor
  • 13 years experience in healthcare as a nurse and educator.
  • 8 years experience as a educator for various medical personnel (nursing students, nurses across all patient care areas, EMTs, Paramedics, CNA’s, patient care techs, physicians, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapist etc.)
  • Initiated emergency response drills where focus was on quick response, proper CPR technique, early use of AED, and accurate use of ACLS algorithms

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Argyle, TX 76226
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Honestly I'm very adaptable to the learning needs of the student. I do want to know that the students expectations are. From there we work together to accomplish the goals of the learner while meeting the requirements of the certification. 

I'm very patient and understand that not all learning occurs in the same time frame. Therefore, I usually schedule my classes in a time block that allows for additional time if needed. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
  • 8 years experience teaching on emergency situations where BLS and ACLS are utilized
  • 8 years experience as an American Heart Association Instructor
  • 13 years experience in healthcare as critical care nurse and educator for Methodist Dallas Medical Center & Medical City Denton
  • 8 years experience educating various medical personnel (nursing students, nurses across all patient care areas, EMTs, Paramedics, CNA's, patient care techs, physicians, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapist etc.)
  • Initiated emergency response drills where focus was on quick response, proper CPR technique, early use of AED, and accurate use of ACLS algorithms

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

I offer a variety of training: ACLS, PALS, BLS, CPR AED, First Aid CPR AED, and CPR Friends and Family. 

Feel free to visit me on my website (cprdoneright.com) or on facebook (@cprdoneright) for more detailed information.


How did you get started teaching?

I have always had a passion for sharing knowledge, even in high school. I would say that when I became a nursing educator that passion grew into a career. In my time as an educator I found that the classes I enjoyed teaching the most were ACLS & BLS......well and Trauma but that does not apply here...LOL.  Teaching CPR courses is the best way to combine my love for helping others and my passion for sharing knowledge. I can help students learn how to help other when it matters most. I get the best of both worlds....help the student...and help the lives they save. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Mostly healthcare professionals. 

Nursing students, nurses across all patient care areas, EMTs, Paramedics, CNA's, patient care techs, physicians, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapist,  and probably a few more that I'm forgetting.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Ask yourself what you are trying to accomplish and look at their experience. 


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