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Plymouth community invited to learn free CPR
The Plymouth community is invited to adopt a life-saving New Year’s resolution – take a free CPR training course through Heart Safe Plymouth.
The one-hour training sessions are open to teenagers and adults who are interested in learning to help save lives. Participants learn hands-only CPR – chest compressions without mouth-to-mouth breaths – and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Registration is required. Due to the popularity of the training sessions and limited space, early registration is encouraged.
Wednesday Evening Training Sessions
Training sessions are set for 7-8 p.m. the following Wednesdays on the second floor of the Plymouth Public Safety Building, 3400 Plymouth Blvd., adjacent to City Hall. To register, visit heartsafeplymouth.eventbrite.com.
- Jan. 9
- Feb. 6
- March 6
Saturday Morning Training Sessions
Training sessions are set for 9-10 a.m. the following Saturdays at Plymouth Fire Station III, 3300 Dunkirk Lane N. To register, visit heartsafeplymouthsat.eventbrite.com.
- Jan. 26
- Feb. 16
- March 16
Heart Safe Plymouth Background
The Heart Safe Plymouth training courses are available to the public, thanks to a partnership between the Plymouth Public Safety Department and Rotary Club of Plymouth.
The City of Plymouth was designated a Heart Safe Community in 2013 by the American Heart Association. The program recognizes efforts by individual communities to improve their system for preventing deaths caused by sudden cardiac arrest.
To schedule a free training session for a group or business, call CPR/AED Instructor Norm Okerstrom at 763-238-8443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.