CPR/First Aid Classes
Whether you’re working in the healthcare field or you want to be able to respond in an emergency, Belmont College has courses to help you build lifesaving skills.
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
As a nurse, paramedic, first responder, nurse’s aide, medical assistant, or other allied health professional, you may need to identify, evaluate, and manage patients suffering from cardiac arrest, stroke, foreign-body airway obstruction, and other cardiopulmonary emergencies until advanced treatment is available. This course equips you with the basic knowledge and skills to perform adult, child, and infant CPR and automated external defibrillation. Once you pass the written exam and skills test, you’ll qualify for a course completion card.
Tuesday, September 19 2pm – 6pm (BLSWN 720 – 002)
All CPR classes are held in the main building in room 1101. The cost is $49.00. Companies may also request group billing.
NOTE: Course fees must be paid prior to class (in the business office). No refunds will be given to No Call/ No Show registrants. This will also result in a failing grade for the course. Each class has only 6 seats available and students will be registered on a first come, first served basis until the class is full.
To register send your name and Belmont College student ID number OR your name, date of birth, current email address and phone number to:
Keeley Corrick, EMS Secretary
740.695.9500, Ext. 1165
Heartsaver First Aid with CPR and AED
If you’re a police officer, firefighter, security guard, teacher, trainer, or anyone who’s required to respond in an emergency—or if you just want to learn first aid or CPR—this course will train you to provide basic first aid to adult and child patients. CPR and AED training is hands-on, and additional courses include safety, hand washing, and other skills recommended by OSHA. Demonstration of skills is required to qualify for a course completion card.