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
|January||9 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||23 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|February||6 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||20 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|March||6 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||27 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|April||NO CPR CLASSES||NO CPR CLASSES|
|May||1 (9AM-1PM)||15 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|June||5 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||12 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|July||3 (9AM-1PM) FULL*||17 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|August||21 (9AM-1PM)||28 (6-10PM) FULL*|
|September||4 (9AM-1PM)||18 (6-10PM)|
|October||NO CPR CLASSES||NO CPR CLASSES|
|November||6 (9AM-1PM)||20 (6-10PM)|
|December||4 (9AM-1PM)||11 (6-10PM)|
*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:
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