Who wouldn't want to be able to help someone in a life or death situation? You could save a life by learning CPR. Lucky for you there is a class coming up in Texarkana where you can learn CPR and get certified too.
Here's When and Where to Learn Basic CPR Training
The class in Basic CPR Training will be taking place at the University of Arkansas - Texarkana. The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana will be hosting the class at the Cardiac Training Center. The Basic Life Support Certification and Training course will take place on Thursday, January 13 from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Texarkana campus.
Open to the Public & Get CPR Certification Too
This class is open to everyone and it's also designed for anyone that is a healthcare professional or any other personnel who needs to get their CPR certification.
Here's How to Register
The course cost is $55, this includes your AHA CPR certification card. Not a lot of money to learn how to save lives when you think about it. Be sure to register. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (870) 722-8568.
What Does CPR Stand For And Who Invented It?
Do you know what CPR stands for? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and its current procedure is credited to James Elam and Peter Safar. According to Wikipedia. As far back as the 1700's some type of chest compressions were used for downing victims. Then for heart attack victims. In the 1940s mouth to mouth was used. But it wasn't until 1960 that Elam and Safar put the two techniques together.
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