How To Get Your High School Students CPR Certified In As Little As One Day

Written by Terri Brinston
July 13, 2023
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Did you know that Michigan law now mandates CPR and defibrillator (AED) training for
students before graduation from high school? This measure requires schools to provide instruction at least one time between the 7th and 12th grades. The good news is that schools can meet this requirement by easily incorporating the training into their health classes.

Our program, CPR for Students (™) meets and exceeds this requirement and can be incorporated at both an awareness level and certification level.

● CPR for Students(™) enables schools to provide student CPR training through either an awareness level or certification level program.
● Teachers are given the tools to send students through an online course provided free of charge (via our partner, ProTrainings)

● Online courses are followed by hands-on practice with a mix of an adult and infant mannequins

● All AED trainers are certified by My School Nurse, an American Heart CPR Instructor.

● Students will be trained and (upon passing) certified with a 2-year community level CPR certification


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Click this link to schedule a free dialogue session to get your questions answered andd to learn how CPR for Students can quickly and easily get your students CPR certified.

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All the Best,
Terri Brinston
CEO, My School Nurse

Understanding the MHSAA Requirements: A Coach’s Responsibility

All varsity, junior varsity, and 9th-grade head coaches are mandated to maintain a valid CPR certification, a requirement tracked by the school athletic director. This certification is on par with meeting risk management course requirements for assistant and sub-varsity coaches. The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) requires athletic directors to confirm these certifications each season through MHSAA.com.

Failure to meet these requirements before the specified deadlines can have significant consequences. Coaches who fall short risk being prohibited from coaching in that season’s MHSAA tournament for their respective sports. Furthermore, they won’t be allowed to be present at the facility where the tournament involving their sports team is held.

Comprehensive Solutions for CPR Certification with My School Nurse

Navigating these requirements can be a daunting task for athletic directors and coaching staff. Enter My School Nurse, a pioneering solution dedicated to making CPR certification seamless and convenient for high school coaches.

Convenient Training

My School Nurse understands the demanding schedules of coaches. Our CPR training programs are tailored to your team’s availability, ensuring minimal disruption to your coaching staff’s busy calendar. We bring the expertise directly to your location, making the certification process convenient and efficient. We also provide blended learning options. An approach that combines online with physical place-based classroom methods. This reduces training scheduling time.

National Outreach

While we specialize in meeting the specific requirements set by MHSAA, we encourage athletic directors in other states to review their individual state requirements. My School Nurse extends its comprehensive on-site and blended learning CPR training services nationwide, ensuring that coaches across the country can benefit from our expertise

Conclusion: Prioritize Safety with My School Nurse

In the fast-paced world of high school sports, ensuring the safety of both athletes and coaches is non-negotiable. My School Nurse not only facilitates compliance with MHSAA regulations but also extends its commitment to safety and well-being to coaches nationwide. Schedule your on-site CPR training with My School Nurse today and prioritize safety on and off the field.

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