CPR and First Aid Training

​Strongsville Fire and Emergency Services offers CPR and first aid training to the public. Eight certified instructors provide American Heart Association training to residents, groups and businesses. Each class is about four hours and takes place at Fire Station 4, 17000 Prospect Rd.

To sign up for a class or for more information, contact Charley Walters at charles.walters@strongsville.org or 440-580-3210, ext. 5433.

Heart Saver CPR - AED

This class, intended for the average citizen, covers what to do if you find someone unresponsive and not breathing. It teaches CPR techniques and also how to use an automated external defibrillator. It's free of charge for Strongsville residents and non-profit organizations, but a certification card (optional) is $20. For non-residents and those who are taking the class for employment, the cost is $50.

Heart Saver First Aid

Also aimed at the average citizen, this class teaches how to deal with medical emergencies, including illness, injuries, choking, heat- and cold-related situations, bites and stings. It's free for Strongsville residents and non-profit organizations. An optional certification card is $20. For non-residents and those who are taking the class for employment, cost is $50.

Healthcare Provider CPR

This course is for nurses, doctors, nursing home employees and other healthcare workers. It covers all aspects of CPR. Cost is $50 per person.