Bloomington, IN – The International Community CPR Alliance (ICCPRA) is excited to announce the grand opening of its new CPR and Basic Life Support (BLS) training center, AllCPR- Bloomington Emergency Training Center, set to open on February 10, 2024, at 930 W 7th St, Bloomington, IN 47404. This new center is a significant milestone in ICCPRA’s mission to build a chain of emergency medical knowledge sharing and supply, train international first responders, and establish community-based emergency response teams.
The ICCPRA is dedicated to fostering a network for the innovative development of international community emergency responses. The new center in Bloomington will offer daily, engaging, and affordable classes, where participants can receive nationally recognized, OSHA-compliant certificates. These courses are tailored to empower individuals with the knowledge and confidence required to make life-saving differences in their communities and workplaces.
The center offers a variety of certifications, including CPR courses from the American Red Cross, designed for general job requirements, and American Heart Association BLS courses, ideal for healthcare professionals in fields such as dentistry, childcare, and nursing. The core curriculum emphasizes developing essential first-aid skills, including hands-on training in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), using simulated scenarios and interactive learning methods.
The ICCPRA, a CPR community organization, prides itself on offering the most competitively priced American Red Cross and American Heart Association courses in the Bay Area. They promise a price-matching policy, ensuring that quality training is accessible and affordable. As a licensed training provider for the American Red Cross and offering American Heart Association courses, the ICCPRA contributes all proceeds towards the development of local educational institutions.
This new establishment in Bloomington represents a significant advancement in ICCPRA’s commitment to creating safer community environments through education and training. The organization invites the community to join in their mission by participating in their daily classes, helping to build a more prepared and resilient community.