Hands On Cpr Training

By | April 5, 2015

Hands-on, classroom tested The CPR in Schools Training Kit is specially designed for fun, interactive, all-in-one CPR training in a school setting.

FREE ! Hands only CPR TM Training Sat. Apr. 18 9 -11 AM, Hamburg Fire Station • Brain death can occur in as little as 8 minutes! • 50% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in front of bystanders.

Hands Only CPR Class CPR is a life skill everyone should have. You are most likely to use this skill on a friend or loved one…90% of sudden cardiac arrests (SCAs) happen at home.

Endorsed by the Approved by major training organizations. Hands On CPR & First Aid Training System #PM002 To anyone responsible for training: stop struggling with scheduling, cost

Classes are filling up for what is expected to be Snohomish County''s latest CPR training event set for Saturday, April 18. Sessions are scheduled for 8 a.m., 9 a.m., and 10 a.m. at Lynnwood Convention Center, 3711 196th St. SW.

Hands Only CPR and First Aid for a Student Experiencing Anaphylaxis Developed by: Sue Levasseur, APRN, the Connecticut Departments of Education

Hands Only CPR Come to us or we’ll come to you Bilingual Classes Available Private Group Training Available Card issued “THE SAME DAY training. GOT CPR? This course is intended for child care workers,teachers, youth organizations, and coaches.

April 10, 2008 RE: Hands Only CPR Dear EMS Safety Instructors, I'm sure you have questions about the "Hands Only CPR" initiative announced last week by the

Save-a-Life Saturday 2015 is an ideal CPR training event for families as hands-only CPR training is far more likely to be used on a loved one or co-worker than on a perfect stranger. “Snohomish County is our home,” said Jamie Williams,

CPR Hands-Only training is ideal for ages 10 and up, but younger children are encouraged to participate as well. First Name : * Last Name: * Participant's Age: * 1. CPR Participants #2 First Name : Last Name: Participant's Age: CPR Participants #3

Classes are filling up for what is expected to be Snohomish County''s latest CPR training event set for Saturday, April 18. Sessions are scheduled for 8 a.m., 9 a.m., and 10 a.m. at Lynnwood Convention Center, 3711 196th St. SW.

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