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09/04/2013
By: yvonne_john
Del's Grass Farms
Been going to Del's Grass Farm for years, and each time they have exceeded our expectations! It's great working with all of their staff! Not to mention how organized they are! I highly recommend - please look them up I'm certain you will not be disappointed. Who coined, "the grass is not always greener on the other side" - Del's will not fail! ;-)
03/05/2015
By: Jeff F.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
Easy online registration and payment. They have many classes to choose from and are willing to accommodate almost any schedule. The instructors are very knowledgeable and up to date on procedures and guidelines. The simulations labs are excellent. Great location and a wonderful place to take classes.
07/21/2016
By: Maribel C.
Beanie Learning Center
My son used to attend back in 2010 at the age of 3. Didn't have any issues and was well taken care of. I'm about to enroll my little one because they're the only ones who provided my son with excellent care and he always went home clean. Highly recommend it and it's very affordable.
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03/24/2015
By: Jerrica L.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
I recommend CPR training core. Online registration and payment were very easy. The instructors are very knowledgeable and went over many scenarios The material was up to date and simulations were great! As a traveler, the price was great ! Great facility and instructors
03/09/2015
By: Jeff B.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
It was very easy to register for classes online and they are very prompt to respond to messages. I was able to get BLS, ACLS, and PALS all in same day. Instructors are very knowledgeable and professional. I would highly recommend if you are needing certifications quickly.
07/06/2015
By: Steven O.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
Effective, efficient and friendly approach to teaching healthcare principles! Very flexible and willing to work with any type of provider. I took the NRP course with Rita and will definitely be coming back for every certification CPRTrainingCore offers.
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03/06/2015
By: Gladys F.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
Had a little difficulty with online registration, but was all taken care of quickly via email. They are great at accommodating immediate needs, and working with you. They make the class fun and non stressful. I will go here from now on.
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06/14/2016
By: Terrilynn K.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
Have used them for ACLS, NRP, & PALS certifications for my students. They are awwsome!!! Highly recommend for revertifications, initial training, classroom teaching, whatever you need, they will provide. Love them!!
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03/05/2015
By: Nicole R.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
I'm very happy with the process. Easy to register, easy to pay. The fees are very reasonable. The location is easy to find. I even enjoyed my hands on training. This is where I will go for all my certifications.
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02/02/2016
By: Denise M.
CPR Training Core, LLC.
Excellent! Professional and experienced instructors, nice facilities, and helpful information. The instruction was clear, our questions were answered on the spot, and we got hands on practice. Highly recommend.
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