Our training philosophy is to "Encourage" success, "Equip" each person with the knowledge and skills for success, and
"Empower" attendees to be confident in the delivery of life-saving skills.
With live scenario training that simulates a typical encounter, we use dynamic training tactics to provide you with life-saving techniques that can be deployed anywhere.
Our staff has years of experience delivering CPR and life-saving training. That's why we are able to offer quality skills instruction.
American Eagle CPR takes a blended-learning approach using both online and in-person learning: core knowledge content is provided in on-line video segments and interactive student exercises followed by in-person skills practice.
We empower students to learn in bite-size chunks anytime/anywhere...thus, not taking significant time away from the office. A separate in-person skills validation session takes minimal time and permits attendees to return to their professional duties sooner.
American Eagle CPR's CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid program prepares individuals who are NOT healthcare providers or professional rescuers b...
Prepare yourself and your organization to anticipate potential violence and react quickly in life-threatening situations. AVERT emphasizes t...
The Advanced Bleeding Control training program is intended for individuals who desire or are required to become trained in the use of commer...
Our BLS program assists healthcare providers, including professional rescuers, in learning or refining BLS skills for patients of all ages.
Wilderness environments create special situations not usually encountered in an urban or suburban environment. The goal of this program is t...
Even in our "urban jungles" having wilderness first aid experience will help save a life.
Our goal is to ensure you have confidence to save a life. This short video give you a "Safety Tip" on finding proper hand placement to perform CPR.
Knowing how to properly administer life-saving medication via an Epi Pen is critical. This video introduces you to this technique
When you are first on the scene you not only need to help those in need, but also keep yourself safe so you aren't the next injured. This video introduces you to "assessing the scene".
American Eagle CPR (AEC) only uses the best training materials, equipment, and training aids in the industry. All courses are created and vetted by the Health & Safety Institute (HSI). We not only believe in meeting the personal needs of our learners, but also the legal and regulatory needs of employers.
Accreditation and Recognition
HSI is a nationally accredited organization of the Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education.
Due to their ongoing commitment to high-quality training programs, quality assurance and customer service, HSI’s emergency care training programs enjoy a respectable standing inside and outside the United States.
HSI’s CPR, AED and first aid training programs are equivalent to the programs offered by both the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Red Cross (ARC).
With over four decades of training experience in Military Development, Corporate, and Adult & Youth Leadership, Jim brings life-experiences, humor and relativity to every training he conducts. Preparing individuals and groups to be able to respond accordingly, his training topics range from basic First Aid, Emergency Preparedness in the Home and Office to Wilderness First Aid.
Jim holds a degree in workforce development, is an NRA Instructor, and has multiple certifications within many disciplines. He conducts certification courses in "Life-Saving" skills for the American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI). Jim is a retired US Navy Chief Petty Officer with a Master Training Specialist designation. He resides in Orange County California and has a passion for youth leadership development as an active leader with the Boy Scouts of America.
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