Fire Department Offers CPR Class for Teens

The free class will take place June 9.

From the Temple Terrace Fire Department:

With the summer quickly approaching, kids and teens will be looking for jobs to earn extra money. Whether they find work at a daycare, recreation center, or as babysitters, knowing CPR is an invaluable and desired qualification.

The Temple Terrace Fire Department will be providing the American Heart Association’s Heartsaver First Aid CPR June 9, 9 a.m.-noon. The class will be at .

The course will be open to students ages 12-17 only. It will be geared toward those looking to get a job this summer in which they may need to provide care to another person from choking to bee stings, broken arms and even someone’s heart stopping. Students will be taught the new standards of CPR, along with becoming proficient with the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

There is no cost to the student, and he or she will get a certificate at the end of the course showing completion.

To reserve a space, email Assistant Chief Ian Kemp at ikemp@templeterrace.com or Engineer Joe Cable at jcable@templeterrace.com by June 7 with the name and age of the person attending.


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