CPR, AED & First Aid

Campus Recreation offers American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers with First Aid courses, which provide training for individuals to respond effectively in emergency situations. The course blends methods of instruction, including videos, demonstrations and hands-on learning. Those who pass the course will receive a certification that is valid for two years. 

TU students in CPR, AED and First Aid Courses

Course Components

Participants in the American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers with First Aid will learn to : 

  • Recognize and provide care for respiratory and cardiac emergencies
  • Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to aid in cardiac emergencies
  • Control severe bleeding
  • Care for shock, soft tissue and musculoskeletal injuries, sudden illness and heat/cold related emergencies

Eligibility

Only individuals with OneCard access to Burdick Hall are eligible to enroll in the course. 

Upcoming Courses 

  • Sun., Sept. 10 (Register by Sept. 6)
  • Sun., Sept. 17 (Register by Sept. 13)
  • Sun., Oct. 8 (Register by Oct. 4)
  • Sun., Oct. 22 (Register by Oct. 18)
  • Sun., Nov. 19 (Register by Nov. 15)
  • Sun., Dec. 3 (Register by Nov. 29)

Only one course is necessary. All sessions run from 12:30 - 6:30 p.m. in Burdick Hall 119. 

Cost

  • $40 for current TU Campus Recreation employees
  • $70 for all other TU students, faculty and staff

How to Register 

Sign up online using our registration portal

Attendance & Refunds

Participants must be on-time. If a participant arrives after the course has started, this will result in the failure of the course, and ineligibility for a refund. Course fees are also non-refundable, if the participant does not attend, does not demonstrate skill competency, or fails the written test.