Adult CPR, AED & First Aid - Teen & Adult
The CPR Module, including AED (Automated External Defibrillation), teaches participants to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory and cardiac emergencies in adults. Topics include caring for conscious & unconscious choking victims; performing CPR; care for breathing & cardiac emergencies in adults. The First Aid Module teaches participants how to recognize emergency situations; check the scene and call for help; avoid blood borne pathogen exposure; care for wounds, bone & soft tissue injuries, head & spinal injuries, burns, heat & cold emergencies; manage sudden illnesses, stroke, seizure, bites, use of EPI pen, poisoning; and minimize shock. All participants are required to take a written test and perform the required skills. American Red Cross certification will be issued upon successful completion and is valid for 2 years. Participants must attend both classes in order to be eligible for certification. Senior Discount does not apply to this class. Instruction by Robin Romanski, American Red Cross Instructor. Limit 10 per class.
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, participants are required to bring enough water bottles to last during class. Feel free to bring your own hand sanitizer. Participants & staff will be required to wear a face covering (unless health regulations are revised). Face coverings are required for all within city buildings. Participants will be required to have a temperature check and health assessment upon arrival at the program before they are allowed to participate. You can begin arriving 15 minutes before the program is scheduled to begin to allow time for the health assessment and temperature testing. Please be patient as this process will take some time to complete. Pre-registration online is required.
Health & Safety Requirements:
Please stay home if you have any viral symptoms or have been exposed to the virus - self isolate.
In the event that the program is closed due to a health emergency, participant will receive a partial refund for the days the program is required to be closed.
No handshakes, high fives, fist bumps, or hugging is permitted.
There is no sharing of equipment unless activity requires. Program equipment and supplies will be cleaned daily.
All activities will be socially distanced as best as possible. Some activities will be revised or modified to meet these criteria. This includes both active and passive activities.
Face-coverings will be required by participants and staff, until health restrictions are revised.
Hand washing / hand sanitizing will take place at the beginning and end of class. Feel free to bring your own hand sanitizer and/or wipes as extra precaution. Hand sanitizer should contain at least 60% alcohol.
Only 1 participant will be allowed in the restrooms at a time.
Respiratory etiquette for coughing, sneezing and nose blowing will be encouraged at all times. Practice and encourage these health guidelines at home.
No outside visitors will be allowed at the programs other than Clifton Recreation Department Staff, City Hall Staff and Health Department Staff.
Be sure to thoroughly wash hands, for at least 20 seconds, when you return home.
Instructors/staff will clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects throughout the day.