CPR/AED & First Aid, Omak 3rd Friday

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CPR/AED & First Aid, Omak 3rd Friday

This is a First Aid CPR/AED course open to the community. Successful completion of this course earns a nationally recognized certification.

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LifeLine Ambulance Omak 913 Koala Ave Omak, WA 98841

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About this event

This is a First Aid CPR/AED course open to the community. Sucessful completion of this course earns a nationally recognized certification valid for two years. This is not a Healthcare Provider course. If you need BLS Healthcare Provider certification or have questions, please contact us. 

Yvonne Kennedy at (509)422-4212 or ykennedy@LifeLineAmbulance.net.

You do not need to print a ticket for this event. Purchasing a ticket will register you and add you to our roster.

FIRST AID / CPR & AED ($80.00)

First Aid (including scene safety, finding the problem, calling for help and more)

  • Medical emergencies (including actions for choking, breathing problems, shock and more)
  • Injury emergencies (including actions for bleeding, broken bones, burns and more)
  • Environmental emergencies (including actions for bites and stings, and temperature-related and poison emergencies)

CPR/AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)

  • Adult CPR/AED is the basic training provided in the course, fee includes the optional modules child CPR/AED, and infant CPR (includes child and infant choking)

CPR/AED ONLY ($55.00)

  • Adult CPR/AED is the basic training provided in the course, fee includes the optional modules child CPR/AED, and infant CPR (includes child and infant choking)

FIRST AID ONLY ($55.00)

  • First aid basics (including scene safety, finding the problem, calling for help and more)
  • Medical emergencies (including actions for choking, breathing problems, shock and more)
  • Injury emergencies (including actions for bleeding, broken bones, burns and more)
  • Environmental emergencies (including actions for bites and stings, and temperature-related and poison emergencies)