WISCONSIN EMERGENCY TRAINING
in Milwaukee, WI
Flexible CPR, CBRF, First Aid Training Programs and Emergency Dispatch Certifications designed for individuals and organizations to meet regulatory requirements.
Top Rated American Heart Association AHA BLS CPR Healthcare Provider Classes
Training Available at Our Offices OR YOURS!
Wisconsin Emergency Training offers CPR classes to both certify and renew certifications at our office in West Allis, WI, and also offer to come to your location for group company training in Southeastern Wisconsin. Wisconsin Emergency Training supplies you with the best education experience you need to help save a life. Whether your goal is to be equipped for your job or you’re simply looking out for friends and neighbors, we offer American Heart Association certified courses with Basic Life Support (BLS), Healthcare Provider CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and Automated External Defibrillator use (AED). With our team, you will enjoy the best CPR and First Aid education experience at a reasonable rate.
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Our Most Popular Courses
CPR/AED & First Aid
CPR and First Aid classes that meet the industry certification requirements for teachers, coaches, construction workers and more.
BLS Provider & Renewal
Basic Life Support – BLS certification meets the CPR requirements needed for healthcare professionals and medical students.
Training For Businesses
Save time & money. OSHA-compliant workplace training taught by expert instructors, scheduled to meet the needs of your business.
International Academy of Emergency Dispatch Emergency Medical Dispatch certification. Emergency dispatch certification used by most local 911 centers.
All of our training courses are backed by other organizations, such as The American Heart Association, International Academies of Emergency Dispatch, and The University of Wisconsin Green Bay.
Your Pets Are Counting On You Learn Pet First Aid & CPR today!
We’re the premiere Pet CPR, First Aid & Care Training in Wisconsin. Let Wisconsin Emergency Training help you prepare for when your furry family members need help. Less than 10 percent of pet owners have taken a Pet First Aid course, and less than a third even own a pet First Aid Kit.
Emergencies like natural disasters and car accidents affect pets, too, so pet owners should be prepared to act quickly when their animal is injured. Learning CPR for your pet is a key part of that.
Daycare’s, Schools, or Nursing Homes
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What makes Wisconsin Emergency Training the best in CPR training?
Wisconsin Emergency Training believes in the importance of what we teach! CPR training, as well as, all of our courses serve a extremely important purpose. We know that ANYONE, and we also want EVERYONE, to learn CPR. Classes are taught in a fun and relaxed environment, while holding to the standards set for instruction by the American Heart Association.
Hands on, In Person Training
All of the instructors we use are certified through the American Heart Association. Many of our instructors are also trained medical professionals.
Whether you are a small business looking for OSHA compliant CPR and First Aid training, or a large corporation looking to train your entire workforce. Wisconsin Emergency Training offers flexible training solutions for employers of any size.
Onsite Training At Your Business
We supply all the equipment and one of our expert instructors can come to your location and train your employees or group at a date and time that is convenient for your business.
Group CPR Classes
We offer private group CPR classes at your location or we can host your group at our training center.
2 Year Renewals
Updated and Relevant Content
We are constantly revising, updating and improving our content, materials, quizzes and delivery methods.
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, and PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.