Safety & Health

Public Education Courses

American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid and CPR Course:
Provides training in first aid, CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use.

Safe Sitter:
Medically accurate course for children ages 11-13. Students learn how to screen job requests, how to react in an emergency, what to do if a child is choking, how to handle problem behavior, rescue breathing and much more. Course is very interactive and students through role-play and hand-on activities. Visit http://www.safesitter.org for more information.


CPR Courses:

Healthcare Provider:
CPR course designed for individuals who work in healthcare. Students learn basic cardiovascular life support skills for the adult, infant and child cardiac arrest victim.Students are instructed in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), and the use of pocket mask and bag valve mask for ventilations. Participants receive a 2-year certification card. For more information visit. http://cpr.heart.org.

Heartsaver CPR:
CPR course designed to teach lay rescuers (general public, daycare workers, teachers, security guards, etc) the basic life support skills for cardiac arrest victims. Course can be set up three ways: Adult CPR, pediatric CPR, or both adult and pediatric. Course teaches students how to recognize and react to emergencies such as cardiac arrest, choking, heart attack, and stroke.

CPR for Family and Friends:
CPR course designed to teach the general public the basic skills of CPR. Students learn how to recognize and react to emergencies such as heart attack, stroke, choking, and cardiac arrest. Students can choose between three courses: Adult CPR, Infant and Child CPR, or Adult, Infant and Child CPR. There is no written test.

Heartsaver CPR in Schools
Heartsaver CPR in schools CPR course designed for middle school and high school age students. Course teaches students to recognize and react to emergencies such as heart attack, stroke, choking, and cardiac arrest. Students learn adult CPR, child CPR, infant CPR, rescue breathing, and the use of an automated external defibrillator.




Ann Herrington Your contact for Public Education Courses is:
Ann Herrington

(304) 293-1329 (Phone)
(304) 293-8039 (Fax)