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The American Heart Association (AHA) Regional Training Center at Kent State Tuscarawas was first developed in 1992. At that time, services of the Training Center were offered only to area training sites having BLS Instructors who completed their instructor course at Kent State Tuscarawas. In 1997, the American Heart Association ECC program began a national unification program and the organization of the Association changed. Standards and requirements for a Regional Training Center made it difficult for small community programs to survive. In response to these changes, Kent State Tuscarawas expanded services to assist area Training Centers who now want to serve only as training sites.
Serving as a region-wide training center, a wide variety of online and face-to-face training courses are offered to health care providers and other professionals as well as to the general public. Courses include Heartsaver CPR AED, Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, and numerous online courses such as BLS for Healthcare Providers, HeartCode PALS, and Heartsaver First Aid, to name just a few.
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Contact Information: For questions about the American Heart Training Center, contact Cindi Supers or call 330.308.7434.
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Kent State University at Tuscarawas reserves the right to cancel any course or activity due to insufficient enrollment or for other unforeseen reasons. In the event a program is canceled, the University is not responsible for any related costs, charges or expenses.