Learn Basic CPR

CPR Training BannerCPR training classes give you the information and the skills needed to help adults, children, and infants during breathing and cardiac emergencies. Oak Harbor Fire Department provides nationally certified (ASHI) instructors to deliver up-to-date information that’s engaging and effective. CPR is easy to learn! Become CPR certified and gain confidence to save a life.


This first aid, AED, and CPR training course builds the skills and confidence to respond to typical life-threatening emergencies. It's ideal for those seeking a comprehensive emergency care class.

  • Course time: 5 Hours (usually 8am – 1pm)
  • Course cost: Free
  • Location: Oak Harbor Fire Department, 855 E. Whidbey Ave., Oak Harbor, WA 98277
  • Schedule:  One class each month, follow registration link below for specific dates

This class includes instruction in:

  • Adult, Child, and Infant CPR
  • Conscious and unconscious choking for victims of all ages
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use and special considerations
  • Basic First Aid

This class is appropriate for:

  • Babysitters
  • Coaches
  • Teachers
  • Church Leaders
  • Daycare Workers
  • Anyone needing the basic CPR AED certification or re-certification


  • Participants must perform required skills competently without assistance
  • A 2-year, CPR certification card (issued by Oak Harbor Fire Department) will be provided upon class completion
  • If required or desired, you may purchase a national CPR certification card (issued by ASHI) for $15

Register for an upcoming CPR/AED/FIRST AID class:

  • See available dates and register online by visiting the City of Oak Harbor catalog of activities, once there, click the second tab: Community Programs and locate the CPR CLASSES section.
  • A City of Oak Harbor Parks and Recreation account is required to register
  • Class size is limited


Healthcare Providers: we also offer a Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR Training Course

CPR courses are also available in our area through the Island County Fire Districts, Online (via American Red Cross), and through regional training centers.