Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Module
Saturday, April 11 from 8a-6p - Modules CANCELLED
minimum/maximum = 4/8
First Aid – 8a to 12:30p
CPR/AED Adult, Child and Pediatric – 1p to 6p
First Aid Module Description: This first aid training class is a basic introduction to the information and the skills you need to help adults and children during an emergency situation.
CPR/AED Module Description: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a life-saving process and a critical step in the Chain of Survival. Nearly everyone can learn CPR and how to provide care for victims of sudden cardiac arrest through the safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Training Guidelines: Both modules follow American Red Cross training guidelines. There will be no requirement to pass a written exam at the conclusion of either module unless required by your employer.
Refer to the participation requirement below for CPR/AED.
Why Get Certified: First Aid and CPR training and certification process takes just a few hours to complete, but can help you deliver the care that someone needs while waiting for medical professionals to arrive.
Cost: $110 per person – a two-year certificate is awarded to registrants who demonstrate competency in the module skills. Registration for both modules is not required but a discount is applied to registration for both training offerings.
Includes: Price includes course materials and snacks. There will be a half-hour lunch break midday.
Course Participation Requirement: The Adult, Child and Pediatric CPR/AED module is a hands-on skills training. To successfully complete this module, the registrant must:
* Attend and participate in all class sessions.
* Participate in all course activities.
* Demonstrate competency in all required skills.
* Successfully complete the assessment scenario(s).