CPR/AED courses offered to residents & workers of Snowmass Village | AspenTimes.com

CPR/AED courses offered to residents & workers of Snowmass Village

The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District will be offering free cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator (CPR/AED) courses to residents and workers of Snowmass Village.

Two types of courses are offered. One course is the American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED course. Participants successfully completing the course receive a certification card covering adult, child and infant CPR/AED use and adult, child and infant choking.

The second course is the Save-A-Life Pitkin County awareness training. This awareness level training takes 30 minutes and covers adult CPR and AED use. All course material will be provided free of charge.

Course instruction will be provided free of charge by the Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians of the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District who are certified instructors.

To sign up for courses and obtain additional information, visit http://www.swfpd.com or contact Firefighter/Paramedic Andy Fisher at 970-923-2212 or afisher@swfpd.com.

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