Madison Wi CPR AED Certification

By | November 4, 2012

American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor (LGI) Course
Where: The Natatorium, 2000 Observatory Dr., Madison, WI Cost: $300.00 (includes course materials) Must hold current American Red Cross Lifeguarding and CPR/AED certification. Sorry, no exceptions. **Pre-requisite Swimming skills, Rescue skills,

Wisconsin Department Of Safety And Professional Services
DHS approved providers of CPR/AED Certification required for initial licensure and renewal may be found at: http://dhs.wisconsin.gov/ems/License_certification/CPR.htm. 5. Report Convictions and Pending Charges, Form 2252 with certified documentation (if applicable).

Helene Nelson Department Of Health And Family Services
The 2005 AHA CPR/AED Guidelines represent a new era in cardiac resuscitation including a pediatric capable AED. 4. Fully Automatic AEDs (AEDs which analyze, charge, and deliver defibrillation without operator intervention or command) are NOT to be used in EMS AED programs.

Madison Department Of Public Health
Madison, WI 53703 www.PublicHealthMDC.com . certificate will note this on the back or front of the certification. 3. CPR certification covering Adult, Child, and Infant CPR is required: “CPR Pro – Professional Level CPR/AED

Dan Harris Division Of Early Care And Education Administrator
Licensees and staff members whose CPR certification is expiring are required to renew their CPR Updates on the new Department of Children and Families and the 2007 WI Act 104 – Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Author: division of early care and education

Automated External Defibrillator 2007 Wisconsin Act 104 Training
Suite 401 • P.O. Box 2536 • Madison, WI 53701-2536 (608) 266-1304 • Fax: (608) Training Requirement for Use of Automated External Defibrillator certification in CPR takes effect on March 29, 2008. Prepared by:

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Current CPR/AED certification from an approved provider. Q. What if I have (or had) a state certification but am not currently practicing? A. If you have a state certification but are not currently practicing, you should still be in the

American Red Cross Lifeguarding Review Course
Individuals with a current lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED may participate. Proof of certification is required. Must attend all review course class dates. Madison, WI 53706 www.recsports.wisc.edu Questions: Contact Bonnie Griswold Phone (608) 265-6222 bgriswold@recsports.wisc.edu.

Wisconsin Department Of Safety And Professional Services
A Copy of Current CPR/AED Certificate (front and back) A Local Anesthesia Certificate of Completion from an Accredited Dental or Dental Hygiene School (Form #2457)

3330 University Avenue Suite 300 Madison WI 53705
- Current BLS card – AHA BLS Healthcare Provider or Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers. – ACLS certification will be current for two years, concluding at the end of the month of the expiration date.

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