NORMAN — Moore Norman Technology Center has announced a Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED (Automated External Defibrilator), a class recently developed by the American Heart Association.
The eight-hour class will be Jan. 18 at MNTC’s South Penn campus, 13301 S. Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City. Cost per participant is $55.
AHA Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED meets the regulatory and credential training requirement for child care workers. The class covers first aid, child and infant CPR AED, asthma care, inhaler use, diabetes, fainting, fever, seizures, shock and allergies. Participants also will learn how to respond and manage illnesses and injuries in children and infants.
The class is suited for child care workers, teachers, foster care workers, camp counselors, youth organizations and coaches. It also can be of benefit to parents, grandparents, babysitters and guardians who want to learn how to respond to an emergency situation with young children and infants.
Class enrollment is limited to 10; early enrollment is encouraged. This class will not be offered again until March. To reserve a spot, call 364-5763 or visit mntechnology.com.
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