Nebraska has quite a few small towns which make it difficult to find CPR training classes within small locations. Because of this, people may have to travel further than they desire to get proper first aid and CPR certifications or reports.
Everyone knows how important it is to have training that can save lives in the workplace and especially with friends and family. We encourage all living in and around Nebraska to search out certified trainers who will offer paid or free courses. Some nursing homes may be one of the first places to check. If you can find someone who is employed for the fire department, they too can offer to train and certify.
Cities which we have listed or that we will be listing in the future include Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Bingham, Angora, Anselmo, Ansley, Bristow, Arcadia, Cedar Rapids, Beaver Crossing, Cedar Bluffs, Fremont, Hastings, North Platte, Ashton, Atkinson, Norfolk, Auburn, Columbus, Trumbull, Callaway and more to come.
You might also check to see if colleges in Nebraska are offering CPR classes as well. Below is a list of those which may be offering free and paid courses.
Listed in no particular order: Bellevue University in Bellevue, Central Community Collegein Grand Island, Hastings, and Columbus, Nebraska. Chadron State College, Clarkson College, College of Saint Mary, Concordia University in Seward, Creighton University, Dana College in Blair, Doane College in Crete, Grace University, Hastings College, Little Priest Tribal College in Winnebago, Metropolitan Community College
Mid Plains Community College in McCook, Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, Nebraska Christian College in Papillion, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Nebraska Indian Community College in Macy, South Sioux City, Nebraska Methodist College, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Peru State College, Peru, Union College, Southeast Community College, Summit Christian College in Scottsbluff, and The Creative Center in Lincoln NE.