First Aid, CPR Workshop
Students will receive expert training in First Aid and Basic Life Support CPR (adult, child & infant) including Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). This 4-hour class includes instruction, demonstrations and hands-on activities and culminates in the students earning two American Heart Cards. It is appropriate training for Certified Nurse Assistants, healthcare workers, teachers, childcare workers and volunteers. Many health care facilities require this training of their employees.
The instructor is licensed with the State of Montana and is a Certified Instructor for EMT and First Responder. She teaches for the National Safety Council, American Heart, and Emergency Medical Dispatch. She has taught First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, and CPR for over 17 years and teaches CPR classes for Montana State University (Nursing Department). She also works as a 911 Dispatcher for Park County, based in Livingston, Montana.
What is CPR?
“Cardiopulmonary resuscitation”, commonly known as CPR, is an emergency procedure performed in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person who is in cardiac arrest.
1 or 2 Rescuer CPR, Mouth to Mask, Bag Valve Mask, Mouth to Mouth, Hands Only CPR, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED for adult, child and infant), Rescue Breathing, Advanced Airway Breathing and Choking (adult, child, and infant)
Basic Life Support, Acting in an Emergency, Check the Victim, Recovery Position, Shock, Bleeding and Wound Care, Snake Bites, Spider Bites, Burns, Serious Injuries, Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries, Sudden Illness, Poisoning, Cold and Heat Emergencies, Rescuing and Moving Victims, Hand Washing, Glove Removal, and Asthma
$70 for students currently enrolled in the CNA training program of Career Transitions
$85 tuition for the general public
To register contact Ellen Ornitz: 406.388.6701 x 110
Instructor Judy Story teaching Intensive First Aid/CPR workshop.