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 

Date of course registration date
September 9 September 5
September 16 September 12
October 7 October 3
October 21  October 17
November 11  November 7
November 18 November 14
December 2 November 28

Only one course is necessary. All sessions run from 12:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the Wet Classroom. 

Cost 

  • $40 for current TU Campus Recreation employees
  • $75 for all other TU students, faculty and staff

Attendance & Refunds

Participants must be on-time for class. If a participant arrives after the course has started, this will result in the failure of the course and the participant will be unable to make up the course material. Safety classes are non-refundable; however, Campus Recreation will authorize a participant to move into another offered class if a) the class has an opening and b) if the request was made at least five business days prior to the original course the individual signed up for. For emergency situations, proper documentation is required within 48 hours of the cancellation request (e.g. doctor’s note, obituary).