CPR & AED Classes
Davie Fire Rescue will offer Public CPR/AED and Stop the Bleed training on February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, and July 7, 2021, from 6 p.m. -10 p.m. We will be following all CDC guidelines including social distancing therefore all classes will be limited to 10 participants. Each participant will be provided a CPR manikin to use for the duration of the class. The classes will be held at the Davie Fire Rescue Administration building, 6901 Orange Drive, Davie Florida 33314.
Adult, child, and infant CPR / AED (cardiopulmonary resuscitation / automated external defibrillation) training is offered on the first Wednesday of each month.
To register for the class, call 954-797-1213.
The course fee is $30 for the Town of Davie residents and $35 for non-residents. Payment must be received by Davie Fire Rescue no later than the Friday before the scheduled class. Instructors will not accept payment. Cash is not accepted.
Please make payment by personnel check, money order, or cashiers check made out to the Town of Davie. Payments can be mailed to Davie Fire Administration ATTN: CPR Administrator, 6901 Orange Drive, Davie, FL 33314 or can be hand-delivered to the Fire Administration Office Monday-Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. When hand delivering payment please be sure to put your payment in an envelope with your name on it. This class is not for healthcare provider certification.
The classes will be held at the Davie Fire Rescue Administration building, 6901 Orange Drive, Davie Florida 33314, from 6 to 10 p.m.
This comprehensive course includes:
- Airway obstruction/choking
- How to recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies
- How to use an AED on an adult
- Infant/child and adult CPR
- Rescue Breathing
It’s a fact – knowing CPR can save lives! The number of cardiac emergencies and injuries Americans suffer each year alone underscores the importance of CPR training for everyone. Davie Fire Rescue’s training program has been updated to reflect the standards as outlined by the Emergency Cardiac Care Committee.
Thousands of people every day suffer injury as the result of an accident or sudden illness such as heart attacks and strokes. It can happen anywhere, on the street, in the home, at work, or at a restaurant. If you ever find yourself in one of these situations, you need to know who to call, and what to do until help arrives.
Classes are taught by skilled instructors who teach the correct procedures and students are given the opportunity to practice new skills on a realistic mannequin.