FULL SERVICE/WORKPLACE TRAINING
American Red Cross Full Service Training programs are ideal if your company or organization wants customized, convenient health and safety training which is brought to your location at a time that is convenient to you and your employees.
Download the Workplace Training Checklist and the Request Form below:
The American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter offers First Aid, CPR and Childcare courses specifically designed for the workplace. The First Aid and CPR courses can help your company meet OSHA requirements and are a proven way to lessen workplace emergencies and know how to respond to them when they do occur. Our professional instructors are available to come to your site seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
On-site training is performed with as few or as many participants as you need. However, the minimum billing amount is for eight people. Other alternatives if you need to stick to a tighter budget is to have your group attend our chapter-based classes. If your group needs first aid and safety training on a regular basis, you should also inquire about how to have representatives from your company or organization trained as a Red Cross instructor who can then conduct trainings whenever your organization needs them.
If Full Service Training sounds like the right option for you, please contact our Full Service Representative at (415) 427-8095.
Full Service FAQ
- What is the minimum number of people required for workplace training?
On-site training requires a group of eight or more people. We can set up a class for less than eight but the minimum charge is for eight students.
- What prices and courses are offered?
Please email our Full Service Representative at HSservice@usa.redcross.org or call (415) 427-8095 to receive a current listing of our courses and pricing.
- When can the class be scheduled?
Our professional instructors are available to come to your site seven days a week, 24 hours a day. We need approximately two weeks notice before the date you would like the class.
- What is needed to prepare your training site?
Provide a TV/DVD with remote to be set up in the front of the training room; Arrange for a conference room, or other quiet area conducive to learning, which should be at least 600 square feet (approximately the size of a three-car garage) per eight students; The room should consist of two separate areas, table and chairs for the classroom and floor space for the skills practice.
- When you are ready to schedule your class, complete the application and submit to us!
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