Prince George's Community College is privileged to use instructional materials from the American
Heart Association(AHA) and the National Safety Council(NSC) to administer its first aid and CPR
courses. Both nationally recognized programs maintain the highest standards of emergency health
and safety training. By offering both, we provide you the opportunity to select the program that
best suits your personal and professional needs.
The AHA strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all their training programs and has
developed materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course, however,
does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA, and any fees charged for such a course do not
represent income to the association. Anyone can learn CPR and should, which can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival. View "Hands Only" CPR Demo. If you witness a collapse, "hands only" is a good starting point, however if you find someone collapsed, CPR will need to be administered in it's entirety to include respirations and compressions.
AHA courses offered include:
• HES-344 CPR for the Health Professional, $70*
• HES-350 CPR Renewal, $70*
• HES-367 CPR Instructor Training, $215* (Spring 2014)
• HES-375 CPR for the Layperson, $77* (Fall 2013)
NSC courses offered include:
• HES-324 First Aid, $55*
• HES-574 CPR and AED, $75*
• HES-573 Pediatric First Aid, CPR, and AED, $75*
HES-344 CPR for Health Professionals $70 (classes meet 9am-3:30pm)
58371 S 5/11-5/11
58372 S 5/18-5/18
64197 S 6/1-6/1
64198 S 6/8-6/8
64199 S 6/22-6/22
64200 S 7/6-7/6
64201 S 7/20-7/20
64202 S 8/3-8/3
64203 S 8/10-8/10
64204 S 8/24-8/24
HES-350 CPR Renewal $70
58388 Th 5/23-5/23 6-10 p.m.
64205 Th 6/20-6/20 6-10 p.m.
64206 S 7/27-7/27 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
64207 S 8/17-8/17 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
HES-324 First Aid $55
64208 S 7/13-7/13 1-4:45 p.m.
HES-573 Pediatric First Aid, CPR & AED $75
65639 S 6/15-6/15 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
HES-574 NSC, CPR & AED $75
65731 S 5/4-5/4 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
65789 S 7/13-7/13 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
CPR Facts: (According to the AHA—Jun 2011)
- Anyone can learn CPR and should, which can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival. View "Hands Only" CPR Demo. If you witness a collapse, "hands only" is a good starting point, however if you find someone collapsed, CPR will need to be administered in it's entirety to include respirations and compressions.
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