|free CPR classes|
free CPR classes
Dec. 13th, 2009 @ 09:59 pm
All right, Tucson. I, like many of you, am unemployed. I'm looking for classes, such as CPR or first aid classes, that I can put on my resume to make it more awesome. TFD offers classes, but they cost $25 that I don't have. Do any of you smart people know where to take these classes for free?|
If there aren't any free CPR or first aid classes, does anyone know where to volunteer that will look awesome on my resume?
|Date:||December 14th, 2009 06:10 am (UTC)|| |
I would suggest calling one of the American Red Cross's in Tucson and see if they know of any. I think there is usually a nominal fee tho as the people giving them endure some costs as well..but I have taken them places where it was much less than $25.00(tho not in Tucson) Also if you can get a group of people to do it often that will decrease the cost as well..at least in my experience. good luck!
|Date:||December 14th, 2009 06:34 am (UTC)|| |
Dunno about free, but if you're doing CPR, I HIGHLY recommend Save a Life
over Red Cross.
-They're cheaper. ($50 for compared to $65 for Child, Infant and Adult First Aid, AED & CPR. You can also split it and do CPR for $25 and First Aid for $25, which is what I did last time due to finances)
-It's taught by Fire Fighters and EMTs, who do this every day, not some guy reading out a book.
-It's more in-depth, with practical knowledge.
-And Save a Life won't harass you for the next several years via phone and mail to send them money 'now that they've helped you'.
Thanks, that helped I was looking to do CPR classes and first aid and was about to pay $70 to American Red Cross to get my certification.
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