How to Easily Meet the New Michigan CPR Graduation Requirement

Posted by Terri Brinston on Apr 16, 2018, 10:30 PM

How to Easily Meet the New Michigan CPR Graduation Requirement

Did you know that starting for the 2017-2018 school year, Michigan law has a new graduation requirement? The law mandates CPR and defibrillator (AED) instruction for students at least one time between 7th and 12th grades. Experts say that the new requirement will create 100,000 new potential lifesavers. Here's what you need to know to ensure your school is compliant.

The Law

Video Overview

Breaking It Down

And here are a few articles discussing the law:

How to Get Your High School Students Certified in as Little as One Day

Our program, CRP for Students™, meets and exceeds the minimum CPR awareness graduation requirement and can be easily integrated with your current health curriculum. It includes:

  • Student CPR training through either an awareness level or certification level program
  • Tools teachers can use to send students through an online course provided free of charge (via our partner, ProTrainings)
  • Online courses followed by hands-on practice with a mix of an adult and infant mannequins
  • Professional instruction by certified AED trainers
  • 2-year community level CPR certification for students that pass

Every minute you wait to get CPR and AED instruction for students is another minute you risk violating state law. To learn how CPR for Students™ can quickly and easily provide the requirements for graduation, contact us today.

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