©Keep the Beat CPR & First Aid Training Site

Saving lives since 1991


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 June 6 2023: It has come to our attention that an email was sent to all foster parents that has caused a misunderstanding. Keep the Beat is STILL teaching and will STILL offer classes to foster families in western Washington. The only thing that has changed is that we are no longer under a contract with the state for the classes. This means families need to pay for their own training now and ask their agencies to reimburse them for the cost.


We know that classes can be extremely expensive with many companies. Because of this Keep the Beat wishes to help families and we will be keeping our costs at the same (half price) that we were charging the state in the past for your training. We will do a flat rate price for 1-10 students and if your group is larger than 10 people, we will charge a discount per-person for each additional person. We will come to your location and work with you on a date that fits your schedule to the best of our ability. This will start July 1, 2023. Please feel free to reach out to us for more information by email at keepthebeatwa@aol.com Our dates book quickly, so please contact us early to get the best class date options. 

Keep in mind that our classes not only cover all topics needed by foster parents, but we also cover all topics needed in the workplace per L&I standards. So, our cards will cover not only your home life but your work as well. Cards are good for two years and follow the current guidelines for emergency bystander care.

It has been an honor and pleasure to work with foster parents for the past 17 years and we hope we can still be of assistance in the future. Thank you for all that you do to help the children in our communities that need you the most. 

We know that classes can be extremely expensive with many companies. Because of this Keep the Beat wishes to help families and we will be keeping our costs at the same (half price) that we were charging the state in the past for your training. We will do a flat rate price for 1-10 students and if your group is larger than 10 people, we will charge a discount per-person for each additional person. We will come to your location and work with you on a date that fits your schedule to the best of our ability. This will start July 1, 2023. Please feel free to reach out to us for more information by email at keepthebeatwa@aol.com Our dates book quickly, so please contact us early to get the best class date options. 

Keep in mind that our classes not only cover all topics needed by foster parents, but we also cover all topics needed in the workplace per L&I standards. So, our cards will cover not only your home life but your work as well. Cards are good for two years and follow the current guidelines for emergency bystander care.

It has been an honor and pleasure to work with foster parents for the past 17 years and we hope we can still be of assistance in the future. Thank you for all that you do to help the children in our communities that need you the most. 

 

Sincerely,

Keep The Beat Owner and Staff

 

Regions 1 & 2 : Eastern WA

Regions3 & 4: Puget Sound and North WA

Regions 5 & 6: South of Sound and coast areas

 

Attention: Important Notice

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 Southwest WA state. If approached by anyone saying they are a representative of this company in order to solicit your business, please confirm with the owner, Tamara Fairley.  Any cards issued by someone other then our approved instructors will not be honored or valid. We strive to use only top quality instructors who have been monitored and proven their teaching skills……when in doubt…..check it out. Thank you for your understanding.

 

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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.  

How Keep the Beat CPR & First Aid Training started…

 

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 King County EMS. Tamara credits these doctors with giving her the knowledge and passion for teaching that has committed her to excellence and superior training. Tamara has been fortunate to have two very special ladies and one man who, over the years, have mentored her. She holds both Chris McGrath, Barbara Welles and paramedic/instructor Ron Quincey in the highest regard. Thank you for mentoring and for showing Tamara what excellent, quality teaching is all about (and never allowing her to give up, no matter how much she tried)! Every since the first class Tamara taught she felt the need to continue and to strive to teach every citizen she met this life saving skill called CPR. In 2001 Tamara was able to make her dream come alive as a full time career. This is when she was able to stop working full time for others while teaching part-time. She opened her doors to full time teaching and hasn’t looked back since! 

 

                             

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    

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.

 

 

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?

 

Facts:

CPR is a life saving skill that everyone should know. King County has the best reputation in the world. We are known as “The best place in the world to have a heart attack”. That’s because more citizens know what to do when the emergency arises.

Increasing the chance of survival means starting CPR right away.

Isn’t it time you and your staff learn these valuable skills?