Foster families: Please click the links in the tool bar on your left for your region classes. You will find a list of all classes held in your area and instructions on how to sign up for the classes. CLASS UPDATE: The state has asked that all Foster Parent in person classes between March 23rd to June 30th be canceled. However, check back often as this event can change at any time. We will offer extension certificates of 120 days for parents whos cards expired between April 1 2020 to May 31 2020 in order to give you time to attend a renewal class once we can resume training. If you need a certificate please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us your name, date on your card and what city you had attended our class in.
Regions 1 & 2 : Eastern WA
Regions3 & 4: Puget Sound and North WA
Regions 5 & 6: South of Sound and coast areas
Foster parent classes are free. Students must be 16 years and older.
Attention: Important Notice
1) It has come to our attention that a person by the name of Scott Peabody appeares to be using material that is very outdated (as much as 18+ years old) and using cards that he has made appear similar to our company cards as well as stating he is Keep the Beat CPR & First Aid Training. This person, his staff and family is in no way associated with this company and never have been. This company is owned by Tamara E Fairley and has been since 1991. Ms. Fairley has never given this person permission to use the name or materials of this company. Several reports have been made that the cards and books he issues appear almost identical to those developed and used solely by this company. This persons’ teaching credentials; if any, are unknown to this company. This person is NOT authorized to use any of our organizations material or authorized to teach any of our clients. This person is located in
2) Keep the Beat CPR & First Aid Training is NOT connected in any way shape or form to a new company based in Wauconda WA called "Keep the Beat LLC". They are a training company that is run by a Red Cross Instructor and are not a part of us. They began their company in April of 2019 in this state.
Tamara has been an instructor of Basic Life Support since 1991. She has taught for King County Emergency Medical Services through 1996. She established Keep the Beat in 1995. Tamara has worked in medical research since 1988 dealing with such topics as first responder early defibrillation, cardiac survival, physical rehab and adult day health care. She has worked with many respected physicians and staff, including world known Dr. Eisenberg and Dr. Cummins during her time with
Keep the Beat offers classes that meet the state Labor & Industries WAC requirements for businesses in need of Emergency Medical Preparedness Classes. Keep the Beat has taken many years of experence to create a detailed course using the most current standard.
All staff and instructors at Keep the Beat have an excellent background in the Emergency Medical Services field and understand the needs in the home and workplace that concern us all.
Please note: Our company does not offer online courses
AHA allows online classes; however at this time our company requires physical attendance in class with evaluation by a certified instructor. Thank you for your understanding.
On site training for large groups at your location
Corporations, Individuals or Families
Church or Community Groups
Meets all State Requirements
Customized class to meet your needs
No class is too small or too large
No flat rates, all classes are priced per person attending
Serving all of Washington State Since 1991 Keep the Beat offers companies and individuals like you the finest quality training available at an affordable cost.
No price increases to our repeat clients!
Pay for your class online using PayPal. It's simple, just e-mail us, we set up your class date and time and can bill you online with PayPal.
CPR & First Aid can mean life or death!
Do you know what to do when a loved one, co-worker, or friend needs help? What do you do if you see a car accident, a burn, a severe cut, shock?
CPR is a life saving skill that everyone should know.
Increasing the chance of survival means starting CPR right away.
Isn’t it time you and your staff learn these valuable skills?