Special rate for groups with 15 or more. Contact our office for more information.


We are currently looking to grow our instructor network! What that means is we are looking for new Heartsaver/BLS instructors or those who are looking to transfer to our training center. We do not charge for instructor renewal certification or to transfer over to us if you are already an instructor.


CPRofessionals, Inc. will train key employees as instructors for your organization. This will give you the flexibility to have your employees trained anytime.  We will describe the procedure to become an instructor and how it will benefit your organization.


Most older Automatic External Defibrillator’s (AED’s) cannot be updated with the new protocols. Manufactures recommend that AEDs be replaced every 5 years.  Please contact us to discuss purchasing a new AED through CPRofessionals, Inc. and receive discounted training classes.


The Law requires all public and private schools in the state of New Jersey to have an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and 5 people named trained on the AED.  Also, every school needs to have an action plan in place for a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) event. For more information please click: Here or contact us.

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Contrary to belief, Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is NOT a massive heart attack. It is not a hopeless situation. With proper and immediate emergency procedures more than 38% of the victims of SCA nationwide could survive as opposed to the current 11%. Follow the chain of survival and spread awareness by telling your friends and family that there is still HOPE for those who fall victim to SCA.


– Victim suddenly loses consciousness
– Normal breathing stops
– No signs of life


– Follow Chain of Survival
1. Immediate recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system
2. Early CPR with an emphasis on chest compressions
3. Rapid defibrillation
4. Effective and advanced life support
5. Integrated post-cardiac arrest care


According to the New York Times article: “CPR Survival Rates Can Differ Greatly by City,” there are roughly 350,000 outside hospital and 750,000 in hospital resuscitation attempts per year with survival rates of 5 to 10 percent and 20 percent respectively. There has been great improvement to the cardiopulmonary resuscitation since the 1960s however many of the improvements remain underused. This results in drastic differences in survival rates varying from city to city. For example, Seattle and King County the survival rates treated by Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers increased by 22 percent over the last seven years. This was due to a combination of improved training for the EMS, continued measurement on the care EMS provides, and spreading awareness that cardiac arrest is a treatable condition.


Under the Good Samaritan Law you do not need to fear a lawsuit as long as you meet these 3 criteria while you attempt CPR:
1. The person is trying to help.
2. The rescuer’s actions are reasonable ( you can’t engage in gross misconduct).
3. The rescuer does not receive specific compensation for performing CPR.