CPR/First-Aid Classes


CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is an emergency lifesaving procedure that is done when someone’s breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This may happen after an electric shock, heart attack, or drowning. CPR combines rescue breathing and chest compressions.

The department offers three different programs, HEARTSAVER CPR/AED, HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR, and HEARTSAVER FIRST AID.  All programs are certified by the American Heart Association.

The following is the description, demographic, and cost for each level of CPR.

HeartSaver CPR/AED: Citizens, Daycare workers, Parents, lay persons.
Class includes, Adult-child-infant CPR, AED, choking.
Program is (4) hours, Cost of $25.

Basic Life Support: Nurses, EMT, Medics, Medical personnel.
Class includes-Adult-child-infant CPR, pediatric, AED, BVM.
Program is (4) hours, Cost of $25.

HeartSaver First Aid: All citizens 12 years and older.
Class includes treatment for all sorts of injuries, burns, and bites.
Program is (3½) hours, Cost of $45.

All classes are held at Buster Williams Headquarters Station, 106 Neal Street, Martin, Tennessee 38237.

Payment has to be made on the night of the class by cash or check.

All interested participants must pre-register by calling (731)587-4919 or email jsummers@martindps.org

For Class Dates And Times, Click Here.