CPR & AED Training Program

An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable medical device that safely delivers electrical energy to the heart to keep blood circulating during cardiac arrest. An AED actually reads the heart rhythms of the victim and delivers a shock only if symptoms dictate.

Ideally, any business, organization or place of public assembly would benefit from an AED. They are small, yet effective, and can be used by anyone with only minimal training. Intervention within the first four-to-six minutes can mean the difference between life and death for a heart attack victim.

To be most effective, AED's must be readily available. That is why the Geneva Fire Department will assist local businesses, organizations and other establishments find a suitable location on their premises. An AED unit will range from $1,100 to $1,500 each, depending on the accessories selected.

If you are interested in, making a lifesaving contribution to the community by purchasing one of these units, please contact the Geneva Fire Department at 630-232-2530.

CPR/AED Class Information

Healthcare Provider (BLS)

CPR for the medical professional, including firefighters, police, dispatchers, nurses, doctors, etc. 
Cost: $50  


All payments and registration form must be received no later than 4 p.m. one week before class. We accept cash, money order or personal check payable to Geneva Fire Department EMS  

CPR Class Schedule for 2022  

Healthcare (BLS) CPR
May 18
June 15
August 17
October 19

All classes are held at 6:30 p.m. at Station 1, 200 East Side Drive.

The class minimum is five. If the minimum is not reached one week before class, the session will be cancelled and payments returned via mail. 

Recertification classes are available for your group of 5 or more and are available upon request. Please contact us at 630-232-2530 or by email.