No Instinct Ready is not a subsidiary of any other company or organization.
When was instinct Ready founded?
Instinct Ready was originally founded in March of 2018 under the name of Instinct Medical Education which was later dissolved and a new corporation was formed in July of 2019 as Instinct Ready Incorporated.
Who founded instinct ready?
Instinct Ready was founded originally by Jason Perez an EMT and BLS instructor in March 2018 under the name Instinct Medical Education. At that time the only service offered was CPR and First Aid training. In the spring of 2019 Jason partnered with his friend Wesley Long an EMT and Emergency Dispatcher who had been teaching disaster preparedness classes for 4 years under his own brand “Go-bag Wesley.” They worked to combine their two specialities into one inclusive brand. Then in July 2019 Instinct Ready Incorporated was founded along with a new team member, Cassandra Korndorffer, who became the team’s financial specialist.
Why are you called "instinct ready?"
An emergency situation can be very frightening and cause you to freeze. Our goal is to educate, prepare, and equip you so that when an emergency situation occurs you will be ready, and you will respond instinctively.
Does Instinct Ready manufacture their own products?
We do not manufacture our own products. We have partnered with top brands and manufacturers in order to provide you with quality products.
Are you affiliated with any other organizations?
No we are not affiliated with any other group or organization.
HOW LONG IS MY AMERICAN HEART PROVIDER CARD VALID?
Your card is valid for two years from the date of your course.
Will taking one of your classes guarantee the safety of myself or others during an emergency?
Unfortunately, none of our classes are able to provide a guarantee of safety for anyone as a result of completion. We are sure though that you will feel better prepared and more confident as a result of completing our classes.
How long are your classes?
Class lengths vary ranging anywhere from 1 hour to 8 hours. To find out the specific length of a class, locate the class in question under the “Education” tab on our website. If you need assistance contact us.
How much do your classes cost?
Class pricing varies depending on the curriculum. To find out the specific cost of a class, locate the class in question under the “Education” tab on our website. If you need assistance contact us.
Do you offer private classes?
Yes we do offer private classes. To request a class click here.
Will you travel to us and conduct a class at another location?
Yes we do travel to teach and can perform most of our classes at another location. In these cases there may be a student minimum and certain location requirements that need to be met in order to accommodate this type of request. For more information contact us.
Do you offer business rates?
Yes we offer multi-student discounts. For a free quote contact us.
Which CPR / First Aid class should I take?
The American Heart CPR and First Aid classes are broken into two levels, healthcare provider and lay rescuer. If you are a healthcare worker such as a doctor, nurse, EMT, paramedic, dental assistant, or other healthcare worker that is required to have a CPR certification then you most likely need Basic Life Support (BLS).
For lay rescuers the AHA Heartsaver classes are recommended. This certification is good for other non-healthcare individuals. The Heartsaver classes also provide a provider card which may be accepted by some employers in fields such as childcare, lifeguard, security guard, and others.
If you require a CPR certification for employment we always recommend checking with your employer first before choosing a class.
What is your cancelation policy for classes?
You may cancel and receive a full refund of payment if you do so greater than 48 hours from the class start time. Cancelations made under 48 hours and no-shows will not be issued a refund. Registrations made within 48 hours of class start time are considered final do not qualify for a refund.