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Health / Safety

CPR, First Aid, AED Training

January 7, 2009

American Red Cross Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Certification Training.

 

Classes are held in the EHS training room, Room 340 of the General Services Building.  The training room is located in the General Services building.  Signs are posted within the building to help find the EHS training room.  [Map]

“A” parking is available to the west of the building as well as along the railroad tracks.

Pre-registration is required.   Please call (970) 491-6745 with any questions you have about registration or the program.

Class information 

Learn what to do in case of a medical emergency. Classes cover conscious and unconscious choking, rescue breathing and Adult CPR/AED skills. The adult infant child course also provides instruction in first aid as well as the changes necessary for dealing with smaller people.

This is not your typical CPR class. It is extremely enjoyable and something you will not regret taking. Come and find out what it’s all about.

This class can be taken by those who want to re-certify or someone that has never been through a CPR class before. Either way it will give you all the information and skills you need to know in case of an emergency. Don't be the bystander who is unaware of what to do in an emergency situation.

Cost

All materials are included in the class fee ($45/$65). Payment is required prior to the course. Check or Campus CIS IMO are all acceptable forms of payment. See the registration page for more information.

Bring your coworkers. This could be the class that changes your life. Offered to CSU faculty and staff only.


Contact: Frank Gonzales
E-mail: Frank.Gonzales@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-2724