CPR/AED Training

SUNY System Administration has transitioned to The American Heart Association for CPR/AED training.  Fredonia‚Äôs Facilitators have acquired American Heart Association credentialing, and classes are once again being offered on campus. 

New in 2014, SUNY Fredonia will be offering First Aid training. See the schedule below.

You may register for a class or contact our office at 673-3796 to get more information.

CPR/AED Class Schedule:

*All classes are Heartsaver level unless otherwise indicated

 

Wed. September 17th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trainers: Anne Podolak, Sarah Laurie

Tues. September 23rd
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trainers: Gary Brittain, Ben Miller

Wed. September 24th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trainers: Gary Brittain, Ben Miller

Tues. October 14th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trainers: Gary Brittain, Ben Miller

Tues. October 14th
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Trainers: Anne Podolak, Sarah Laurie

Wed. October 29th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Trainers: Gary Brittain, Ben Miller

Tues. November 4th - BLS Level
4:00 - 6:00pm
Trainers: Anne Podolak, Sarah Laurie

Thurs. November 13th - BLS Level
12:00 - 2:00pm
Trainers: Gary Brittain, Ben Miller

  First Aid Class Schedule:

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Where is the class being held?

How long is the class? Do I need to take more than one class?

What is the cost for the class?

I don't have a checking account. Can I just show up for the class and pay with cash?

Can I pay with FredCard?

Can I keep my booklet from the class?

How long is the certificate good for?

If I took the SUNY Lifesaver CPR class, am I still certified?

Will this class certify me for my job as a lifeguard/babysitter/camp councelor/etc?

I just found out I can't make it to the class I registered for. Can I get a refund?

My friend from another school wants to take the class too. Can they register with me?

 

Where is the class being held?

All classes will be in the Environmental Health & Safety Offices located in the Administrative Office Complex. View a campus map if you aren't familiar with the location of the AOC. 

 

How long is the class? Do I need to take more than one class?

Each class is two hours in length. After a two-hour class, you are completely certified in AHA Heartsaver techniques. No other courses are required. Please dress comfortably as you will spend the majority of the class on the floor practicing techniques.

 

What is the cost for the class?

The cost for a class is $15.00 which covers the cost of student materials and certification cards. The class is free to Building Safety Coordinators unless they would like to purchase a workbook for $12.00. Otherwise, they may sign out a workbook from the EH&S Library.

 

Can I pay with cash?

No. All payments must be made through TouchNet at the registration link above.

 

Can I pay with FredCard?

No. Only credit cards and web checks are accepted. Contact Amy Beers in Internal Control with more questions on how TouchNet registration works and accepted payment methods.

 

Can I keep my booklet from the class?

Yes. The cost of each book is built into the course and the American Hearth Association requires that all students have access to these books after they complete the course. The book is yours to keep.

 

How long is the certificate good for?

Two years. The expiration date will be printed on your card. Students are required to maintain their own certification and will not receive reminders when their certification is about to expire.

 

If I took the SUNY LifeSaver course am I still certified?
Yes. You are certified until the expiration date listed on your SUNY LifeSaver card. 

 

Will this class certify me for my job?

AHA is a nationally recognized program, but you need to check with your employer to ensure that the Heartsaver course that Fredonia is offering is sufficient.

 

Can I get a refund?

Sorry, but we cannot offer refunds. If you contact our office prior to missing the course, we can reschedule you at no additional cost. There will be no refunds or rescheduling for no-shows.

 

My friend from another campus wants to take the course. Can they register with me?

Yes. Currently the course is being offered to any SUNY faculty, staff or students. Unfortunately, the course is not open to community members at this time.

 

 

            

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program, please feel free to contact Anne Podolak at extension 3796, or e-mail at Anne.Podolak@fredonia.edu.


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