CPR & First Aid Classes

Heartsaver CPR for Adult w/AED, Child CPR and Infant CPR

Aug 12, 2017
8:30AM - 12:30PM
SimLab at St. Peter's Hospital, next to Medical Records

This Course May Be Cancelled At Anytime Due To Lack Of Students.


The Heartsaver CPR course is designed to teach the lay person how to perform High-Quality CPR on an adult, child and infant.  The student will also learn how to apply and operate an AED on an adult manikin. The student must show competency through a skills test for each segment of the course; meaning a skills test for Adult CPR, Child CPR and Infant CPR. The student will also learn the steps on how to treat a conscious adult choking victim and an unresponsive adult choking vicitm, as well as a choking child and a choking infant.  

This course is recommended for people who work in daycare facilities, are receptionists in a dental or healthcare clinic where there is limitied to no patient contact, teachers, law enforcement, etc.  What is not taught in this course is  "Checking for a Pulse, Two-person CPR, use of a Bag Valve Airway Device, Team Dynamics, etc."

You will need to have a AHA Heartsaver CPR Student Manual for this course. One will be mailed to you prior to the start of the class (aproximately 7-10 days before the class).   If you do not receive a Heartsaver Student Manual you can contact Kristi Sears in Human Resources (444-2312) or Will Kussman (444-2118) to pick up a AHA Heartsaver Student Manual.

LOCATION for the Simlab.pdf215.64 KB
2016 Info Letter for Heartsaver CPR - SimLab.pdf194.8 KB
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