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Fire & Rescue LogoFirst Aid & CPR Training

The Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue offers First Aid, CPR & AED training to the public with American Heart Association certified instructors. There is no charge for classes, only for the certification cards. For a class schedule call 843-682-5141.

Heartsaver CPR / AED Course

The Heartsaver CPR /AED course teaches how to recognize and treat cardiac arrest and choking for adult, child and infant victims. Students will also learn how and when to use an AED (automated external defribrillator). Certification card mailed after completion of the course. Cost for certification card is $7.00.

Heartsaver CPR / AED Course - Skills Only

Students may take CPR or CPR / AED on line through the American Heart Association (www.onlineaha.org external link) and click on Heartsaver CPR/AED online part 1) and then be tested on their skills. You must bring a copy of your certificate of completion for the written portion to the skills testing. Certification card mailed after completion of skills. Cost for certification card is $7.00.

Heartsaver First Aid - Skills Only

Students may take First Aid on line through the American Heart Association (www.onlineaha.org external link) and click on Heartsaver First Aid part 1) and then be tested on their skills. You must bring a copy of your certificate of completion for the written portion to the skills testing. Certification card mailed after completion of skills. Cost for certification card is $7.00.

Heartsaver First Aid, CPR & AED - Skills Only

Students may take a combination class of CPR , AED and First Aid through the American Heart Association (www.onlineaha.org external link) and click on Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED Online Part 1 and then be tested on their skills. You must bring a copy of your certificate of completion for the written portion to the skills testing. Certification card mailed after completion of skills. Cost for certification card is $7.00.

Friends and Family CPR

CPR for friends and family teaches how to recognize and treat cardiac arrest and choking victims. There is no certification card for this class

Please contact the Bureau of Fire Prevention at (843)682-5141 for class schedules and times.