Today we’d like to introduce you to Linda Radell.
Thanks for sharing your story with us Linda. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
Was a volunteer with a charity that wanted to train people in CPR. I decided it would be fun. For 2 years, I was a volunteer with the Beverly Hills Fire Department CPR Program — and found that, I was really enjoying it. I found myself in-between jobs — and the director of the Beverly Hills Program helped me become an American Heart Association Training Center. That was January of 1997, when I started OnSite CPR Training. This is my 22nd year.
Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
There are some good years and some lean years — but it has been an amazing journey. Some clients have been with me for many many years and some, for shorter periods.
Please tell us about OnSite CPR Training.
My business is teaching people how to save lives. Every time, I hear a story in class how people used the skills taught-it thrills me. It is amazing to see new parents and grandparents feel comfortable with saving their children.
If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
Not sure — I am very pleased with the way things have turned out.
- Website: www.OnSiteCPRLosAngeles.com
- Phone: 310-397-1780
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