SAVE A LIFE!! CPR Class May 12th


Back by popular demand, The PTA is excited to bring a CPR + AED + First Aid class to our community again!

This is an opportunity to get certified in all of these things at once – one location, one date. See description below of what’s covered, including Adult, Child & Infant CPR.

Location: Cloverly All Purpose Room from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 12th

Certification provided by Life Rescue Training on behalf of the American Heart Association. It is led by longtime MoCo firefighter/paramedic Amer Tobing, who is super knowledgeable and will make the class fun!
Please register at this link if you would like to attend:

See Signup link for specific details. The cost will be between $52-$67 approximately for our participants! (Offered elsewhere, this class is typically $80-$120 and completed in two parts). Materials provided.
Adults and teenagers 13 and over are welcome! Great class for coaches, teachers, scouts and after school club volunteers, parents, caregivers, grandparents, etc. Anyone in the community is welcome also.
HELP US SPREAD THE WORD and help save a life one day!



Course Includes: CPR, AED & First Aid Training

CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation):
Knowledge and skill to administer effective CPR for an adult, child, and infant.  The basics of why we do CPR, the importance of scene safety when approaching a patient, what to say when activating the 911 system.


AED (Automated External Defibrillator):  The importance and need for an AED.  Knowledge of cardiac arrest, when and how to use an AED.  How to incorporate the use of the AED when performing CPR


FIRST AID:  Knowledge to take action at an emergency with rescuer safety in mind, while providing initial life-saving techniques.  Proper technique for relieving a blocked airway for the adult, child, and infant.  Assess and treat medical, environmental, and injury emergencies until professional help arrives.  Assess and treat medical emergencies: signs and symptoms of strokes and heart attack, breathing problems (asthma), allergic reaction (epi-pen), diabetics, and seizures.  Assess and treat injury emergencies: proper techniques of caring for internal and external bleeding, recognizing signs and symptoms of shock, understand and identify different types of burns, real-life practical splinting for bone, joint, and muscle injuries.  Assess and treat environmental emergencies: proper care bites and stings, heat and cold emergencies, and poisons

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