Discount Training Voucher Program

AFFORDABLE TRAINING AT OUR LOCATION

DunwellCPR offers discount training to companies and individuals in the local area. To qualify for the discounts, you must purchase 8 or more vouchers. If you have less than 8 students to train, you can find public classes on our website. Purchasing and issuing vouchers allowS companies to easily pay for their staff to be trained, while allowing students to pick the date and time that works best for them. Best of all, vouchers save the hassle of trying to coordinate a class that works for everyone.

Discount Rates

ClassOriginal CostNew Cost per Student
BLS - Instructor Led Training$85.00/student$65.00
Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens$25.00/student$22.50
Heartsaver® CPR/AED$70.00/student$50.00
Heartsaver® First Aid$70.00/student$50.00
Heartsaver® First Aid, CPR/AED$140.00/student$100.00
Heartsaver® Pediatric First Aid, CPR/AED$175/student$125.00

The application to request a Corporate Discount (Discount Voucher Program) is located at the bottom of this page.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
 
No. Once you hand the vouchers to your staff, they can attend classes at their convenience.
The vouchers expire 2 years after purchase.
Yes. The vouchers can be used by anyone.
No. There are no refunds once you purchase the vouchers.
No problem. The employee only uses the voucher if they show up to the class.
No, your staff must bring in the voucher on the day of the class – printed out.
Yes. But sometimes the classes fill up. You can call us to check availability for a certain date.
We send the vouchers to you by email. If you lose them, we can replace them.
1. You request a quote by filling in the form below. We send you a link to order the vouchers.
2. You pay the invoice and we email you the vouchers.
3. You distribute the vouchers to your staff and they register for a class on our website.
4. On the day of their class, your staff hands in their voucher as form of payment.
 
 

Request a Corporate Discount

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