Learn CPR

The District provides American Heart Association-certified CPR classes. Being CPR certified is not only a very important skill to know but you will have the knowledge to help reduce a leading cause of death – cardiac arrest. When someone goes into cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, their lives depend on bystanders administering CPR. For every minute of cardiac arrest, a person’s chances of recovery decreases by 10% without CPR. Be a hero and sign up for a CPR class today. Each class is limited to 20 participants.


Class Information


Classes will be held at the SPFD headquarters Station #17 at 6900 Eureka Rd in the training room. You will learn and be certified in adult, child and infant CPR, as well as choking emergencies and introduction to AED (automated external defibrillators). Classes will be held quarterly, and the cost is $5 for certification (by check only). Certification through the American Heart Association is valid for two years.


Chain of Survival visual component


  • Link one – Early detection – Call 911
  • Link two – Early CPR
  • Link three – Early defibrillation – Use the AED
  • Link four – Early advanced care


For more information, contact Katrina Hoop at (916) 791-7059 or by e-mail at khoop@southplacerfire.org.