City - The Daly City Fire Department, in
partnership with the American Heart Association,
will offer a two-day course on Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR), from 6 to 9 p.m., on Monday,
October 21st and Wednesday, October 23rd.
who complete the six-hour class will be issued
a CPR card, which will remain valid for two years,
as well as a CPR handbook. To be certified, attendees
will need to pass a written exam and the "hands-on"
manipulative test. Certification levels will be
in Adult, Child and Infant CPR, as well as in
FBAO (foreign body airway obstruction).
two-day CPR course gives family members life-saving
techniques to use during an emergency, until professional
medical assistance arrives on the scene. It provides
some peace of mind to countless families, and
is an invaluable service to the community,"
said Cole Stratton, Assistant Training Officer
of the DCFD.
non-refundable course fee is $55 for Daly City
residents and $65 for non-residents. Seating is
limited. Advanced registration is required no
later than Wednesday, October 16, 2002. For reservations,
contact the DCFD - Administration Office at (650)
class will be held at 101 Lincoln Avenue, Daly
City, near Fire Station No. 95, at the DCFD's
Portable Classroom, adjacent to the Jefferson
Elementary School District Office. Directions:
From Westmoor Avenue, turn south to Edgemont Avenue.
Go down the hill, until the street ends on Lincoln
Avenue. The portable classroom will be at the
rear left side of the parking lot.