One year ago CPR saved Nevada City resident Ricky Ewald’s life. Nevada County Consolidated Fire Captain, Pat Sullivan, says CPR classes make a difference.
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Now you have the opportunity to learn how to provide CPR through local Nevada County Fire agencies.
Course content consists of new information from the American Heart Association- the “Gold Standard” for CPR and education.
Donations from the Nevada City, Watt Park, and Gold Flat Firefighter’s Associations contributed to purchases of 16 adult and infant manikins, along with two automatic external defibrillator trainers, study guides and support materials that will be used during the course.
CPR Saturdays are scheduled for March 23, April 27, May 25, June 15 with three two hour classes each day at 9AM, 12pm, and 3pm.
Cost for the class is $5.00 per person and is limited to 16.
Sign up at Nevada County Consolidated Fire Station 84 in Nevada City Monday through Friday 8-5 or call Fire Station 84 at 265-6944 for more information.