What goes under Awards on resume?
When putting each award or accomplishment on your resume, always include the official title of the award, the level of recognition (national, international, state, industry-specific) and the date of recognition. Also include the purpose of the award and what accomplishments it specifically recognizes.
How do you put CPR certification on a resume?
Summary – if required, start your review with “CPR certified.” If extra, present your skills about that job first. Then add, “Also CPR certified by the American Red Cross.” Objective – if in the medical field, start with something like, “CPR Certified EMT looking to apply first-responder skills for [company name].”
What is the best CPR certification?
Best for Instructors: American Heart Association The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver CPR certification program is one of the most comprehensive available.
Is National CPR certification legit?
CPR certifications and first aid training are unregulated. There’s no national CPR accreditation to vouch for legitimacy. That’s true of the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, and websites offering courses.
What is the difference between CPR A and CPR C?
CPR-A is CPR with Adult skills only plus Automated External Defibrillator. CPR-C is full CPR with adult, child and infant skills plus Automated External Defibrillator. This level of CPR is included with Red Cross Emergency and Standard First Aid. It’s also offered as a stand alone course.
What are the different types of CPR certification?
Different Types of CPR & Life Saving CoursesBasic Life Support CPR. A basic life support CPR class (or BLS) is for anyone wanting to obtain a CPR certification from the American Heart Association. Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Heartsaver First Aid & CPR.