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Richardson: Chase BuildingRichardson: Classroom

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Richardson Classroom 
100 North Central Expressway
(Beltline & 75 Central in the Chase Bank Bldg)
Suite Lower Level - L-15
Richardson, Texas 75080
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Area Served:
Richardson training center serves all of the Dallas metroplex and the surrounding North Texas areas. We are easily accessible to those coming from McKinney, Denton, Frisco, Plano and of course Richardson.  Also, the training center is easily accessible to Dallas, Garland and Mesquite too

From Central Expressway (Hwy 75) and Hwy 635, Take Hwy 75 North to the Beltline Road Exit.

CPR Training & More… teaches classes in the CHASE BANK building (a thirteen story high-rise) on the northeast corner of the intersection at Beltline Road and Hwy 75. The Chase Bank signs are visible from all directions.

Suite L-15 is inside the building on the lower level and is accessible by the staircase in front of the Chase Bank lobby/office at the south end of the first floor.

TIP - There are multiple entrances to this large building. You access the Lower Level from the South End of the building only. Park in the South Parking Lot. Contact a uniformed security guard located at the main elevators on the first floor if you need assistance.

NOTE TO GPS USERS: If you program in this address, be sure to specify Richardson, not Dallas or Plano.

Approved American Heart Association Training Site

CPR Training and More.. is an authorized provider of CPR and EEC courses from the American Heart Association

We appreciate you visiting CPR Training & More.... We are an American Heart Association Training Site offering 2 year certification for AHA ACLS, BLS, Workplace First Aid, and CPR AED classes, plus classes in EKG Interpretation. Upon successful completion of an AHA course, you will receive your two year AHA Certification Card the same day.

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