Founder of Advanced CPR Training, Brian Pope, knew early on in life that he wanted to be a firefighter. In 2001, God’s plan for his life was revealed. After attending Texas A&M for basic fire academy and EMT-B certification, he began a career as a volunteer firefighter and paramedic. In 2006, he continued his career with a local fire department in the Mid-Cities area. Brian currently resides there as an FF/Paramedic, Commander of the Honor Guard.
After a 15-year career, Brian noticed a true need for local CPR training from an honest and reliable organization. Advanced CPR Training was established in 2012 to fulfil this need in the DFW area. Brian and his team are passionate about providing first aid and CPR training to the general public, healthcare professionals, and everyone in between. Integrity, trustworthiness, and a commitment to serve customers with excellence are the cornerstones they exercise daily.
Advanced CPR Training’s goal is to ensure that every student walks away confidently possessing the skills to save a life. They provide hands-on training that is fun, affordable, professional, and applicable for all walks of life.
Their instructors are trained Paramedics and Firefighters who are actively using the CPR skills being taught daily to save lives. The real-life scenario training they provide makes all the difference when it’s time to apply these skills outside of the classroom.
When it comes to your CPR training needs, you can put your trust in Advanced CPR Training.
Advanced CPR Training brings homage to the Maltese cross by incorporating this into its identity and roots. This traditional symbol of firefighters originates from this version of the Maltese cross. The symbol also illustrates Advanced CPR Training’s core values. The cross consists of four arrowheads each representing honesty, reliability, integrity, and trustworthiness. This is united at the center representing a focus on the customer. So you can trust in Advanced CPR Training that you will get a customer-first approach to everything we do.