Chicago, IL (PressExposure) January 05, 2012 -- Citywide CPR Inc. is a reliable training and certification course provider to health care professionals to help them handle real-life situations. They offer Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training sessions for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
"After considering various factors, we have realized that there is a high need of CPR and AED training courses for the health care professionals to be qualified for taking job in the medical sector. Therefore, we are providing certification courses so as to bridge the gap between your career and your dream job", says Alan Lermer, President and Founder of Citywide CPR and AED Services.
For the convenience of working health care professionals, various classes are conducted in different areas such as Chicago IL, Brown Deer WI, Houston TX, Detroit MI, Downers Grove IL, Indianapolis IN, ACLS Lincolnshire IL and Schaumburg IL so that interested students can take up the course along with their daily routine.
Citywide CPR Inc. does not issue refunds to the enrolled students but provides them a chance to reschedule once within 90 days of initial registration. However, they charge $20 for rescheduling more than once. In case, there are insufficient enrollments per batch, they will help you to take an option to reschedule it or else will provide you with full refund value as compensation.
Citywide CPR Inc. is a national training site that employs trainers and consultants currently working in the fields of emergency medicine and firefighting. We are a national team, passionate about the health and safety industry and therefore, provide you motivational and engaging programs that are the most up to date in the industry. We have made arrangements for CPR and AED classes at different locations and are helping the health professional to learn new skills and to prepare them for reality.
To know more about Citywide CPR Inc. and their certification classes, please visit the site ( http://www.citywidecpr.com ) now!