American Red Cross Training in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED is being offered at UUCW. The goal is to increase the number of members trained in life-saving measures who are available in the event of an emergency. The cost of the class is being covered by a FEMA Grant that was procured by the Safety and Security Task Force with the assistance of Kathy Herrewig; there is no cost to the participants.

The FEMA Grant identified priority groups that were given the first opportunity to sign-up for the training. At this time, there are still a handful of class times still available. These openings are being offered to church members on a first-come-first-serve basis.  If you are interested, please register asap.

The classes are being held on Saturday, May 14 at UUCW.  Space is still available in the 8:00-10:15 am and 10:45 – 1 pm for blended-learning classes. These classes involve web-based learning and an in-person skills session. Participants must complete the 3 hr. and 50 min. online learning class prior to the in-person skills session. Once registered, you will receive a link and instructions for the online training.

Per Red Cross requirements, participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. There are 6 participants per class and 1 manikin per student.

To register, click on the link below.  The remaining places will be assigned in the order that the requests are received. A waiting list will be created, so please indicate all the classes you are interested in attending.

Register HERE for the Red Cross Training.

For further information contact Rosie Kapp or Vicki Banville.