First Aid Training
First Aid classes are one of the best ways to ensure that when a person is injured they don’t receive more injuries while someone is trying to help. This might sound strange until you realize that if an injured person is being helped by someone who doesn’t know what they are doing more injuries may occur. The best way to prevent this is by taking a First Aid certification course.
CPR Works uses this course to teach participants the “common sense” approach to first aid. We take the time to explain what the body is going through and how we can provide help from the outside without creating more danger or injuries to the victim. Participants will learn both immediate and delayed help techniques for assisting injured victims. The first aid certification is for a two-year period thus matching up nicely with the CPR course. The course covers shock management, control of bleeding, illness assessment, site/injury assessment, and environmental emergencies.
Individuals can register for one of the regularly scheduled classes that are held each month in Corvallis and Albany by using the on-line registration form or by calling 541-760-7632. Groups can register by calling 541-760-7632 so that we can set up the date that works best for your group. The length of the class is 2 ½ hours.
- $40 per person
- $65 per person for a combination CPR WORKS First Aid / CPR WORKS CPR course