Nebraska Safety Council Resumes First Aid, CPR, and AED Training Courses
Nebraska Safety Council (NSC) (nesafetycouncil.org) is pleased to announce the resumption of critical first aid, CPR, and AED training courses to educate individuals about the most up-to-date lifesaving skills. After evaluating all of the options, NSC decided to offer an online webinar course, combined with a short, in-person skills session for each student. The courses meet all of the latest medical and OSHA guidelines.
After completing the online course, participants must sign up for their skills session, which will be in the Nebraska Safety Council classrooms—with only four participants at a time to allow for distancing beyond six feet. Masks are mandatory, and the classroom and materials will be properly sanitized and/or disposed of to ensure the health and safety of every student.
Students will receive a workbook and practice materials and will leave confident in following emergency procedures, preventing disease transmission, rescuing, moving, and positioning victims, caring for a variety of injuries and illnesses, assisting a choking victim, administering basic life support (CPR), and using an AED. Participants will earn a Nebraska Safety Council two-year certificate. The cost for the full-day course is $75 for members and $85 for non-members.
To see available dates and times and to register for a course, visit the Nebraska Safety Council website at nesafetycouncil.org and click on the Training Courses page, or contact Syd Horken at (402) 483-2511 ext. 115.