Why Should I Learn CPR?
Did you know the chance of survival falls 10% for every minute a person goes without CPR? Many deaths can be prevented if someone trained in CPR provides prompt, life-saving measures until trained professionals take over. You can make a difference!
The Sandy City Fire Department offers American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid and adult/child/infant CPR and AED training.
Training includes a certification card through the American Heart Association and is valid for two years.
The following is the 2019 schedule for First Aid/CPR/AED** training class.
**NOTE:This class is not for anyone in the medical field**
Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED Classes
2019 - 2020
|November||6 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||20 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|December||4 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||11 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|January||8 (9AM- 1PM)||22 (6-10PM)|
|February||5 (9AM-1PM)||19 (6-10PM)|
|March||NO CPR CLASSES||NO CPR CLASSES|
|April||1 (9AM-1PM)||15 (6-10PM)|
|May||13 (9AM-1PM)||20 (6-10 PM)|
|June||NO CPR CLASSES||NO CPR CLASSES|
*If the class is full, you can call or email to join the waiting list
**NOTE: This class is not for anyone in the medical field.**
Registration is REQUIRED:
In order to register we require your full name, email address and contact number
Registration fee paid the day of the class (only debit and credit cards accepted, NO cash or check)
Sandy City Fire Department Station 31: 9010 S. 150 E.
Parking is on the north side of the building in the lower parking lot. Classroom entrance is on the lower level.
Lenore Corey or Kimberly Hornberger