11 Jobs Where You’ll Benefit from CPR Training

When it comes to CPR training, many think there’s no point for those not in the medical field. That could not be further from the truth, though. People in many careers benefit from being CPR certified and many workplaces outside of the medical field even require it. If you work with the public, with children, […]

What Should be in a First Aid Kit?

First-aid kits are the kind of thing that we don’t think about until we need to use it, although we rely on them when someone is hurt. Even though first-aid kit maintenance isn’t at the forefront of most people’s mind, it is important to check your kit regularly and restock it as needed. But what […]

What is the Difference Between BLS and CPR?

While everyone has heard of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and has a notion of what it is, and maybe even how to perform it, fewer people have heard of BLS or Basic Life Support. If you have heard of it, you may wonder how it differs from CPR. In this post, we’ll discuss what CPR and […]

Where to Put an AED Device

Having an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) device at your business, school, or other organization is one of the most important steps you can take in saving an individual’s life in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). AEDs deliver electric shocks to a person’s heart to stop abnormal electrical impulses, which subsequently allows it […]

First Aid Tips for Summertime

Summer is the prime season for outdoor adventures of all kinds, from long hikes and camping to taking a trip to the beach. However, with all these fun activities comes many potential injuries that both children and adults are prone to. Here are some of the most common summertime injuries and what to do if […]

AED Saves: The 22 Shock Survival

CPR Educators has a goal to help as many people as possible understand the importance and severity of CPR & AED’s in the event of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). From Mr. Butch Gibbs himself: My Chain of Survival On April 2, 2004, I was getting ready for our annual community play which was to be […]

Pediatric First AID & CPR Course

Raleigh, NC:  CPR Educators is holding an American Heart Association Heart saver Pediatric First Aid & CPR Course on Thursday July 16th, 2015 from 6:00pm until 10:00pm. This course is designed for childcare providers or anyone in the childcare industry. Each participant will receive a AHA course completion card and a certification with CEU’s For […]

Santa saved with CPR & AED

When Santa’s Heart Stopped – Again – People Responded….Again Dan Wessel was still wearing his Santa Claus outfit when the school nurse began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on him. A student already had called 9-1-1. Another student grabbed the automated external defibrillator and brought it to the nurse. Their textbook response saved Dan’s life. Again. Just six […]

Raleigh Ranks 5th Among Best Cities to live and work

Raleigh has scored another “best of” accolade ranking fifth among 25 other major U.S. metro areas as a top place to live and work. Yes, our Triangle city is the real deal. In a recent Career City Index report released by talent recruitment firm Robert Half, Raleigh earned points for a good cost of living and […]

What is it like to live in Raleigh – Durham NC?

Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill are known for their research/technology roots and collegiate rivalries. This tri-city region (known as the Triangle) is luring nearly 80 new residents a day with strong job growth and a high quality of life. Many people who call Raleigh-Durham home are young, friendly, diverse and educated. They enjoy dining out […]