Does the Fire Department offer CPR training?

The Roselle Fire Department offers American Heart Association CPR Training with Simulation Learning courses designed for the way you live and learn.  Our courses are OSHA compliant, fast, easy, informative and affordable.  Gain the skills and confidence necessary to perform this life-saving procedure when it is needed the most; when seconds count.  Once your training has been successfully completed, you will receive a two-year American Red Cross Certification.

CPR training offered by the Roselle Fire Department includes:

Heartsaver / AED  
$45 / Student


Heartsaver classes provide the information and the skills you need to help adults, children and infants during breathing and cardiac emergencies.  Created for those who learn best in a traditional classroom environment, our CPR/AED classes are led by knowledgeable instructors who not only deliver the latest information, but can help you learn when and how to use an AED the right way.

Training is offered the first Thursday of each month from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Healthcare Provider BLS

$60 / Student


Provide the care your patients need, when they need it. It's what you do every day. But just as protocols for drug interventions change – so do methods for non-invasive treatments, like CPR. As part of our commitment to support safer communities, and support you, we offer CPR for Healthcare Providers.  Through these courses we're able to keep you up-to-date on the latest techniques, maintain certifications and deliver the best possible care to your patients.

 Training is offered on a monthly basis on the third Thursday of every month from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Show All Answers

1. What is Roselle's ISO rating?
2. How do I get a copy of a fire or ambulance report?
3. When I call for an ambulance, why do I sometimes see an ambulance from another town?
4. Does the Fire Department offer CPR training?
5. When I see an emergency vehicle approaching while I am driving, should I always pull over to the right and stop?
6. Why do I see emergency vehicles going through intersections with lights flashing, and then turning the lights off? Are they just in a hurry to go somewhere?
7. Are outdoor fire pits allowed in Roselle?
8. Can I get my blood pressure checked at the Fire Department?