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CPR Trainings for Campus Community
Syracuse University Ambulance (SUA) and Fire Safety are partnering to offer CPR training for students, faculty and staff. Individuals interested in the training have the option of two classes. They can register for class on Monday, March 12, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. or Monday, March 26, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Both classes will take place in 020 Lyman.
These trainings offer the American Heart Association Heart Saver class, which will review adult, child and infant CPR, including AED usage. Members of the campus community who complete the training will be CPR-certified.
“In this class, you will review and gain the knowledge of the five links of the American Heart Association chain of survival. With this knowledge, you will be ready to recognize and assist in the event of a cardiac emergency either on or off campus,” says Paul Smyth, manager of emergency medical services in Health Services.
The course costs $50 per person, which includes the certification and a pocket mask. Attendees can pay by check or SU interdepartmental order. Please bring a form of payment to the class.
To register, interested participants can contact Smyth at email@example.com. Class sizes will be limited to 10 people per session. If a group or department would like to arrange a private class, contact Smyth.
SUA and Fire Safety are gearing up for additional trainings this spring semester. If interested individuals cannot make either March date, stay tuned for future trainings.
About Syracuse University
Syracuse University is a private, international research university with distinctive academics, diversely unique offerings and an undeniable spirit. Located in the geographic heart of New York State, with a global footprint, and nearly 150 years of history, Syracuse University offers a quintessential college experience. The scope of Syracuse University is a testament to its strengths: a pioneering history dating back to 1870; a choice of more than 200 majors and 100 minors offered through 13 schools and colleges; nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students; more than a quarter of a million alumni in 160 countries; and a student population from all 50 U.S. states and 123 countries. For more information, please visit www.syracuse.edu.