The St. Mary’s County Health Department (SMCHD) is offering American Red Cross adult and pediatric First Aid, CPR, and automated external defibrillator (AED) certification to members of the community. SMCHD is certified as an American Red Cross training facility. Designed and taught by experts, the Red Cross training course satisfies OSHA-mandated job requirements, workplace or other regulatory requirements, and is also offered to community members who would like to learn these life-saving skills. This course includes student supplies and a 2-year certification. With in-person or blended (a combination of online and in-person) learning class formats, community members can learn the latest life-saving skills and train in the way that best suits them. The in-person format will be a six-hour in-person class and the blended format will include three hours of online training followed by a three-hour in-person class. The fee for certification is $80 per person – a sliding scale fee is available for community members unable to afford the full fee. Payment will be required at the in-person skills classes – cash, check, or credit card are accepted. Due to a maximum capacity of 16 participants per class, classes will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis – registration is […]
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