The Salt Lake City Fire Department provides CPR training every month.
Heart attack, drowning, electric shock, and other problems may cause a person’s heart to stop pumping blood. Studies show that effective CPR, RIGHT AWAY, improves survival. YOU CAN HELP. You never know when you might need to use the CPR skills you learn from this course.
In this course you will learn CPR basics from experienced fire department medical personnel. You will have a chance to practice skills and use an automated external defibrillator (AED).
At the completion of the course, you will keep your student manual and receive a certification card good for two years. The certification is through the American Heart Association.
Courses are provided monthly at Salt Lake City Fire Station No. 1, located at 211 South 500 East. When you arrive at the station, park in the lot, on the South side of the building. The front doors are on the West side of the building, on 500 East. Call Sarah Bohe with any questions at 801-799-4111. Or, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Healthcare (BLS) provider course satisfies the requirements need for certification in any medical related job.
The Heartsaver course will provide the general public with the hands on training and confidence you’re looking for in a CPR class. All classes are taught by certified full time firefighters that will personalize the training and create a comfortable learning environment.
Health Care Provider (BLS) course is $54.00
Heartsaver course is $33.00
Courses last 4 to 5 hours.
Register for classes here.
*All CPR classes taught by the Salt Lake City Fire Department have been cancelled until further notice. This is due to a Salt Lake City wide preemptive response to the COVID-19 community transmission and close contacts protocol as given by the CDC. Please check this website for updates.*