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We are Training Center Faculty for Newcastle our Training Center, as recognized by American Heart Association (AHA), and instruct using the 2015 AHA guidelines.  Our training is also accepted for OSHA, WISHA, and Dept. of Labor and Industries guidelines. 

2018 brings some forced changes from the American Heart Association.  Some card pricing has dramatically increased for Heartsaver Basic First Aid/CPR/AED.  we still offer the Washington State L&I recognized card at the old pricing.  We are also moving from paper cards available the day of class to the AHA eCard system which provides better proof of legitimate training to employers and replacement of lost cards managed by the student.  The only problem is each student must have Internet access, the modern world.

The emphasis of our company is on training and education in First Aid, CPR, AED, BBP and workplace safety.   We follow AHA guidelines for instruction using Fire Service experienced live experience recognizing the limitation of teaching 'How and What', we add 'WHY' so the student has a better retention of rescue practices.  We adapt our classes to many customer specific needs from daycare, food industries, to industrial specifics.

You can reach us by phone at 509.594.1322 or 509 307 7777 also we have a fax at 509.965.0986.  We look forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us via e-mail at: americantrainer@gmail.com  or forbes.mercy@gmail.com

In brief, you should know the following about us: Our company was established in January 2005 in Yakima, Washington and has been responsible for providing outstanding training and education for the general public and the professional healthcare industry all over Washington State. Our regular customers particularly value the convienence of on-site training, travel availability and flexibility of scheduling.  We also hold public classes in both HCP/BLS and Basic First Aid, (See links to the left)


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