Saturday, February 3, 2018
All Day

Location
Heartland Community College


Community CPR/AED Training

Seconds count during cardiac emergencies. Numerous studies demonstrate the faster the response to someone who is in sudden cardiac arrest, the better their chances for survival.  A bystander’s willingness to get involved when they witness cardiac arrest by calling 911, starting CPR, and getting that first shock into the patient in under 3 minutes can literally double a victim’s chances of survival.

Become an integral part of the Chain of Survival through our CPR training.

Join us for the Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation 3rd Annual Community Wide CPR/AED Training

Date:

Saturday, February 3, 2017

Time:

Session 1: 8:30 AM – 11:00
Session 2: 10:00 AM – 12:30

Registration:

Phone: 309-556-8307
Email: [email protected]

Location:

Heartland Community College ACEC (Astroth Community Education Center)

Instructors:

Thank you to our volunteer instructors for providing their time and expertise.
Coordinated by Advocate BroMenn Training Center

Hosted by:

Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation

Community Partners:

Advocate Heart Institute at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
Heartland Community College

Session 1:

8:30 AM– Lecture – Adult, Child, Infant and AED – 1.5 hours

(If time is running short, the infant section will be covered in the individual instructor station.  Choking would also be covered in the breakout session unless timeframe allows it to be covered in lecture session)

10:00 AM– Skill Stations – Stations to be set up in individual rooms.  Practice and skills testing to be conducted by instructor.  Roster to be signed and evaluations to be completed by course participants in the individual stations.  Evaluations can be turned in at registration table.   If choking and infant is not covered, due to time in lecture session, it would be covered by instructor in skill station.

Session 2:

10:00 AM– Lecture – Adult, Child, Infant and AED – 1.5 hours

(If time is running short, the infant section will be covered in the individual instructor station.  Choking would also be covered in the breakout session unless timeframe allows it to be covered in lecture session)

11:30 AM– Skill Stations – Stations to be set up in individual rooms.  Practice and skills testing to be conducted by instructor.  Roster to be signed and evaluations to be completed by course participants in the individual stations.  Evaluations can be headed in at registration table.   If choking and infant is not covered, due to time in lecture session, it would be covered by instructor in skill station.

Cost:

FREE

If you are in need of documentation of your CPR/AED Training, you may purchase an AHA Certification Card that is good for two years at the cost of $17.

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