ESCIESCI CPR/AED Classes FLIER

Based on the 2010 International Consensus Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC), CPR, and AED, this course is designed to certify laypersons in CPR and AED. Coverage of the 2010 CPR and ECC Guidelines.

PRESENTED by the TFC FIRST AID TRAINING COMMITTEE / COST: $30

WILDERNESS 1st AID Classes

Emergency Care in Remote Locations, this course provides information on how to handle common injuries and illnesses when medical care is an hour away or more. This class will teach you what to look for and what to do in the event of an emergency, and direct you to the most appropriate type of care. Please note: You must attend Both Days of Wilderness First Aid, Overnight camping is usually available.

(Must have current CPR certification card before starting Wilderness 1st Aid ) LIMITS Generally: 25 Students per Class ONLINE Registrations only as it gets closer to the specific dates

Fall 2017/18 Dates: When & Where

CPR & AED - $30
Camp Big Timber - 37W955 Big Timber Road, Elgin, Illinois 60124

Register for any of these CPR/AED Friday courses here! ONLINE reservations will be available Fall 2017
Friday 12-1-2017 7PM to 9:30PM
Friday 1-12-2018 7PM to 9:30PM
Friday 2-2-2018
7PM to 9:30PM

Friday 3-16-2018 7PM to 9:30PM
Friday 4-6-2018 7PM to 9:30PM
Friday 5-4-2018 7PM to 9:30PM


Wilderness First Aid Certification Classes FLIER
Fall 2016/17 Dates: When & Where

Wilderness First Aid / COST: $125
Camp Big Timber - 37W955 Big Timber Road, Elgin, Illinois 60124

Register for any of these Wilderness First Aid courses here! ONLINE reservations will be available Fall 2017
Saturday 12-2-2017 8:00 AM to Sunday 12-3-2017 5:00 PM
Saturday 1-13-2018 8:00 AM to Sunday 1-14-2018 5:00 PM
Saturday 2-3-2018 8:00 AM to Sunday 2-4-2018 5:00 PM
Saturday 3-17-2018 8:00 AM to Sunday 3-18-2018 5:00 PM
Saturday 4-7-2018 8:00 AM to Sunday 4-8-2018 5:00 PM
Saturday 5-5-2018 8:00 AM to Sunday 5-6-2018 5:00 PM

Emergency Care in Remote Locations, this course provides information on how to handle common injuries and illnesses when medical care is an hour away or more. This class will teach you what to look for and what to do in the event of an emergency, and direct you to the most appropriate type of care.
This class includes:

Expanded information on heat and cold emergencies
Updated guidelines for managing snake bite emergencies
New information on managing diabetic emergencies
Skill sheets providing step-by-step visual reviews of procedures discussed
Flow charts reinforcing the decision-making process and appropriate procedures
Decision tables provide a concise summary of what signs first aiders should look for and what treatment steps they should take.

All participants in The Wilderness First Aid class should be at least 16 years old. The course is taught at an adult pace and some portions involve treatment and decisions that can be emotionally and physically distressing. The Course Director is authorized to make exceptions. Please contact the Course Director directly prior to registering any youth under 16.

For More Information, please contact: MIKE FUGATE / ROY BREEDE / BUZZ WHEELER:

COST CENTER - 1-605-6701-00  / Refunds must be requested at least one week prior to class start date.