Maryville, TN – CPR First-Aid BLS ACLS PALS

Maryville, Tennessee

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CPR, First-Aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, + More

At our Maryville, Tennessee location, we understand the importance of being prepared for emergency situations. That’s why we offer a wide range of courses to suit the needs of everyone, from the general public to healthcare professionals and first responders. Some of the courses we offer include CPR and First-Aid, Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and many more.Current Courses in Maryville, Tennessee – Click Here

CPR First-Aid BLS ACLS PALS Maryville TN
Courses to meet your needs

We are constantly developing and launching new courses to ensure that our clients receive the most up-to-date and comprehensive training available. Our courses are designed to be interactive and engaging, with experienced instructors who are passionate about teaching life-saving skills.

Train to Respond

Whether you’re an individual looking to learn new skills or a business or organization seeking to train your employees, we have the expertise and resources to meet your needs. Contact us today to book a training class and take the first step toward being prepared for any emergency situation. We look forward to working with you!

Response Ready – Maryville, Tennessee

1020 William Blount Dr.
Maryville, TN 37801
We are located in the Sterling Building, immediately south of the William Blount High School Ninth Grade Academy.When you arrive, pull into the right side of the parking lot, and enter the lobby.


Phone: (865) 298-3100
Toll Free: (888) 331-3202
Fax: (888) 556-7644[email protected]


US HWY 411/129 from Maryville or Vonore, turn onto William Blount Drive. Go North for 1.7 miles, the Sterling Building will be on your right.US HWY 321/W. Lamar Alexander Pkwy from Maryville or Lenoir City, turn onto William Blount Drive. Go South for 1.8 miles, the Sterling Building will be on your left.

Frequently asked questions
  1. Who needs to know how to do CPR?
    Everybody should know the basics of first aid, which includes CPR training.
  2. Is there a minimum age to learn CPR?
    There are no minimum age requirement to learn CPR. The child’s physical strength to perform CPR is more important than their age. A child who has the physical ability and is able to retain the skills they have learned may benefit from the training. If you aren’t sure if your child should take a CPR class, give us a call to discuss further.
  3. What action should you take when someone is not responding?
    If a person has no signs of life, you should call 911 and begin chest compressions.
  4. Is BLS (Basic Life Support) the same as CPR?
    Basic Life Support, or BLS, contains the same basic components as a standard CPR course, except that it is designed for healthcare providers. BLS provides more in-depth training and focuses on a team approach, whereas CPR focuses on the essential techniques as a single rescuer. 
  5. Is a valid CPR card required in order to perform CPR?
    Although formal CPR training is preferred, it isn’t strictly necessary in order to perform CPR. However, attending a formal CPR class will provide you with knowledge, instruction, and practice on how to administer effective patient care during an emergency situation.
  6. If First-Aid included with CPR classes?
    While we do offer an option for combined CPR & First-Aid classes, First-Aid is not inherently part of a CPR course. 
  7. Will I receive a physical card when I complete the course?
    Physical cards are no longer printed. Upon completion of any of our courses, you will receive your eCard by email. The eCard is in PDF format, allowing you to print or email as needed. eCards are typically emailed on the same day you complete your course.
  8. How long are courses good for?
    A refresher or renewal course is recommended every two years for most of our courses. If you are required to take a course for your job or organization, make sure you check their requirements for how often you should take a refresher course.