Jobs That Require CPR Training

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Posted by CPR Valve on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 in Uncategorized
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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training is required for many different careers. Some jobs are obvious, but others may surprise you. Ever-evolving rules and regulations ensure that, as time passes on, even more professions will demand life-saving protocol knowledge (such as CPR).b2ap3_thumbnail_ID-100202729.jpg

Even 10-15 years ago, there were significantly fewer jobs that required CPR training. Acquiring this instruction (and maintaining up-to-date status) will make any job candidate more attractive to potential employers.

Currently, here are the professions that require CPR training:

Emergency first responders – emergency medical technicians (EMTs), ambulance responders, etc.
Nurses – includes RNs, LPNs, visiting nurses and others
Police officers – state police, county officers, sheriff departments, part-time officers, etc.
Healthcare related jobs – includes physician assistants, triage personnel, etc.
Firefighters – full-time positions. Some volunteer jobs may not require CPR
Childcare providers
Teachers – some physical education teachers are required to have CPR certification
Residential and nursing home staff
Boarding home workers
Adult Family Home Providers and Resident Managers
Certain industrial positions, including loggers, electricians, power generation workers, etc.
Depending on a job’s specific roles and responsibilities (which vary from state to state), here are some jobs that MAY require proficiency in CPR:

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