Richfield Fire Department CPR Training
The Richfield Fire Department conducts the following classes:
- Heartsaver First Aid (FA): Designed for anyone with limited or no previous medical training in rescue first aid.
Estimated classroom time: 3 hours.
- Heartsaver CPR/AED (HS): Designed for the general public who wish to learn CPR and automatic external defibrillator (AED).
Estimated classroom time: 3 - 4 hours.
- Healthcare Provider CPR/AED (HCP): Designed for healthcare professionals who need to know CPR and other life saving skills in a wide variety of settings inside and outside of a hospital.
Estimated classroom time: 4.5 hours for initial course, 4 hours for renewal.
All classes are taught in accordance with the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. Successful completion of a course will result in an AHA certification card being issued, which is in effect for two years.
Registration must be done in person at the Richfield Fire Department a minimum of one week before the class is scheduled. Effective October 1, 2012, the fee for all classes is $30 for residents and non-residents, payable by check or cash and must be paid at time of registration. AHA workbooks are issued at the time of registration.
Location and Time
Classes are held at the Richfield Fire Station and begin at 9 a.m. Classes may be cancelled if less than five students register. Class dates are subject to change.
For More Information
Please call Lt. Butler at 330-659-9201, ext. 360, or Firemedic Ron Boryk at 330-659-9400.
In addition, you may also email the Fire Department with any questions or to discuss alternate arrangements.
Thank you for visiting our site and wanting to learn more about first aid and CPR!