An Authorized, Independent American Safety & Health Institute Basic Training Center and Medic First Aid Advanced Trainer/Instructor-Trainer . 
MEDIC FIRST AID and the MEDIC FIRST AID logo are registered trademarks of MEDIC FIRST AID International, Inc. 

Owner Kira Miller has designed her company around quality to ensure that everyone her company works with receives the best training and custome r service. CTS was launched in 2004. CTS is an Independent, Authorized Basic Training Center through the American Safety and Health Institute (A.S.H.I.), Medic First Aid and the American Heart Association. ASHI/Medic regularly schedules CTS for all types of training courses,as well as performing AED updates and instructor/trainer courses. CTS was recently re-certified as a Santa Clara County Green Business.
 

We offer training courses from American Safety & Health Institute, Medic First Aid, American Heart Association and consulting services, we'll come to your event and speak and of course we offer AED's and supplies. Training courses available: 

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Kira/CTS has provided thousands of businesses and individuals in Santa Clara County and the Bay Area with quality safety training since 1991!

  (408) 355-5777
email: km@cprtrainingsolutions.com

 Here are the Health precautions for classes:

  • Optional : Blended Learning courses - participants do the video portion on their own, at their own pace. Then we meet for a 1 hour for the skills portion. I email each person the link at least 2 weeks before the skills course and they need to complete that before the skills. 
  • Each participant will have their own manikin and AED trainer.
  • Participants will not be breathing into the manikins for the forseeable future due to the Covid 19 virus.  
  • Manikins are sanitized after every class.  
  • We need lots of room between students. 
  • Everyone needs to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before and after skills portion.
The manikins will have their masks on (just to remind you NOT to breath onto them due to virus precautions).