Heart Safe La Plata Training Center
With the help of American Safety and Health Institute's curriculum, Heart Safe La Plata has been teaching, certifying, and supporting the Durango Fire Protection District, the La Plata County Sherriff's Department, the Durango Police Department, and other major first responders as well as many health/ safety offices, teachers, and river/outdoor guides.
Individual Classes and Fees
Private Class Options:
Heart Safe La Plata can come to your location!
Fully In-Person– Usually takes about 4 hours for each CPR, BLS, or First Aid class. Combined CPR/BLS and First Aid will take up to 8 hours.
Blended– Consisting of on an online course and exam (usually takes about 2 hours, the student will receive an individual class link and can complete the course on their own), followed by and in-person Skills Session (lasting about an hour and a half to 2 hours).
We also offer Fully Remote Classes, contact us for details.
* All work site classes will be charged for a minimum of 6 students. There is a 5% discount for 35 students, 10% discount for 100 students.
"I spent this last weekend at a state meeting for school nurses. I never realized how blessed we are in this county to have Heart Safe La Plata! I heard over and over again from other nurses about the struggles they are having to get ANY AED’s in their schools. Some don’t even know where to start. I just want to say thank you to everyone involved that had the foresight, and cared enough to do this! What a gift to this community!"
Camy Kinney, R.N., Health Services Director, Ignacio High School
"I wanted to let you know I used my CPR skills this past weekend, and the person was successfully resuscitated. It was my first experience where I was the first responder to the incident. It was amazing how calm I was, how I was able to take notice of the room and safety precautions, and provide triage/orders for people helping.
I heard your voice guiding me as I used my skills until help came. I wanted to thank you for your training. I have been BLS certified for over 20 years. I have renewed my license online many times, but I do believe it was the actual classroom practice that gave me confidence to provide care."
My son had a 4wheeler incident yesterday. He is fine; no stitches or broken bones. But since I had just had the class, I was confident, helped stop his bleeding, thought to treat him for shock, used blankets to comfort him, dealt with bystanders & impressed my husband who is a first responder.