HeartSaving Solutions is Poised to Save Lives and Budgets by Teaching Middle and High School Students CPR/AED Online

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With HeartSavingSeattle.com's Internet courses, all of the teaching work is taken care of through an online portal. To begin learning students just log into the website and partake in the quizzes, videos, pictures and other forms of interactive training available.

With HeartSavingSeattle.com's Internet courses, all of the teaching work is taken care of through an online portal. To begin learning students just log into the website and partake in the quizzes, videos, pictures and other forms of interactive training available.

The biggest killer in America today is cardiac arrest, a condition claiming the lives of more than 900 people each day. Yet, despite this alarming statistic, very few middle and high schools in America teach CPR/AED courses, (with AED standing for Automatic External Defibrillator). If these students do get such training, it's after high school. And even then the training is only required if a person is working in certain types of fields.

The reason this happens is because CPR/AED courses designed for middle or high school students are simply too expensive. Costing at least $30 per student, most schools, whether public or private just can't afford the fees. Things are worsened by the fact that these types of classes require at least 4 hours of extra class time.

However, there is a better solution. It can be found through HeartSaving Solutions, the only company to offer an online CPR/AED course for middle and high school students.

"From day one we desired to provide new affordable training solutions to middle and high school students. We believe that health curriculum is incomplete without CPR/AED training. We also recognize the high cost of providing CPR training for students. To reduce these high costs we have developed several online classes that are facilitated by AHA instructors and teach the basic skills of CPR/AED. We believe with these courses every middle and high school can train their students to save lives." Notes Owner Keith Weaver.

The cost of these courses equals less than $10 per student. But patrons shouldn't think that quality will be sacrificed in lieu of the low cost. With HeartSavingSeattle.com's Internet courses, all of the teaching work is taken care of through an online portal. To begin learning students just log into the website and partake in the quizzes, videos, pictures and other forms of interactive training available. When they are finished, the website even takes care of grading. Best of all, each of the online lessons presented are facilitated by instructors certified by the American Heart Association.

For more information please visit: http://www.HeartSavingSeattle.com.

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