if student fails written exam:
Students will be able to retake exam two
times either while they are still in screen, or print out the material and exam
and fax or mail it to us.
No refunds of money
to students. Students will, however be able to retake exam as stated in policy
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Site content is limited
to paying user, for their cognitive and skills examination preparation. Students
will not be allowed to copy and or distribute site material without written permission
of Save-A-Heart, LLC.
Copyright of Testing Material:
and site materials are exclusively owned by Save-A-Heart copyright. Any unauthorized
use of site material, without the express written permission from Save-A-Heart,
LLC will be a violation of copyright laws punishable and pertinent to those laws.
Ability to contact us:
All contact with Save-A-Heart, LLC will
be through our e-Mail address.
LLC, under no conditions, will give or sell any student information to any other
organization. Student information is strictly confidential and for the express
use by Save-A-Heart, LLC to expedite students requests to obtain a certification
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Participation and Successful Completion:
Save-A-Heart does not guarantee
or certify that students who have participated or successfully completed our courses
will be able to perform CPR in an actual emergency. Our role is to provide education
to the student with the scientific national guidelines.
Our programs are educational training to teach lay
public and professionals the skill of basic life support, in accordance with national
Renewal of Cardiac Basic Life Support:
is highly recommended that you renew your skills at least every two years. This
is based on current findings concerning skill and memory retention.
Aid, CPR and the Law:
Legally, a victim must give consent to an offer
of help before a trained rescuer begins to render help. The Law assumes that an
unconscious person would give permission. If victim is conscious, ask for consent
before rendering help. Consent is implied for person unconscious, badly injured
as to be life threatening or a person so ill that they cannot respond. A rescuer
should make a reasonable attempt to get permission from a parent or guardian when
dealing with a minor or who is mentally or emotionally disturbed. If a parent
or guardian are not available, you may give aid without consent State "Good Samaritan"
laws give legal protection to rescuers who act in good faith and are not guilty
of Gross Negligence or willful misconduct. The scope of protection concerning
these laws vary from state to state. You should know your state's law.
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