You have most likely heard of someone get called a hero for saving someone with CPR; whether it be on the news, from your peers, or your brother’s cousin’s wife you met at a seminar. At one point, you may have thought, “Wow, that person was so lucky to be near someone who knows CPR.” Lucky indeed, but what if I told you that you can become a part of someone’s luck? We could probably list only two to three people in our lives who know how to perform CPR, so why not add another person into that list? That person, being YOU?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation had been proven time and time again to save the lives of many. Without it, the hundreds of thousands of people who suffer from cardiac arrest and heat stroke every year would have had slimmer chances of surviving that experience. Which is why people with authority are encouraging even civilians to learn CPR in order to save more lives. However, most people with good hearts who are interested in learning this skill more often than not find themselves in a dilemma.
You're probably one of those people who think it'll be great to learn the skills but struggling in choosing what is the best way to manage your time whilst learning CPR. Though, nowadays, there are a lot of online classes circulating all over the internet, most people think that learning CPR and Basic Life Support in a classroom is still the best choice. Here's why. . .