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CPR, AED and Choking (Crew 4900)

This CPR and AED course is reserved only for parents, leaders and Venture Scouts from BSA Crew 4900. Class size is strictly limited to 20 students. This course will be offered immediately following the Wilderness First Aid program at the Georgia Bushcraft Basecamp. All courses are conducted rain or shine, so come prepared!

In 2014, over 424,000 patients suffered an Out-of-Hospital-Cardiac-Arrest (OHCA). Of those initially treated by Emergency Medical Services, 10.6 percent survived. Of the bystander-witnessed cases in which high-quality CPR was initiated and individuals had a heart rhythm that could be treated effectively with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), 31.4 percent survived. These statistics define the importance of learning Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the proper use of an AED.

This 3-hour course teaches students how to:

·         Recognize an Emergency

·         Respond to an Unconscious Adult

·         Respond to an Unconscious Child

·         Respond to an Unconscious Infant

·         Properly Perform Adult, Child and Infant CPR

·         Properly Use an AED

·         Properly Intervene with a Choking Patient

·         Correctly Utilize the Recovery Position

Students who successfully pass the required practical and written examinations will be issued a Certification Card valid for two years.

Price: $35.00- Includes textbook and certification card.

Earlier Event: February 23
Wilderness First Aid (Crew 4900)
Later Event: June 16
Skills Evolution Workshop