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American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR and AED

Massage, Aesthetics, Personal Trainer

NO Continuing Education Hours

This class is for the lay rescuer who desires CPR certification credentials from the American Heart Association and for the responder whose employer requires a credential for successful completion of a certified CPR course. Participants will successfully pass skills test by demonstrating their competency of CPR. This course does not provide the medical credentials needed for a nursing school program

Cognitive Objectives:

•Tell how to give CPR to an adult and child
•Tell how to use a barrier mask
•List the signs of choking
•Tell how to help a choking victim
•Tell how to phone your emergency response number (or 911)
•Tell how to answer a dispatcher’s questions

Megan is the Founder and President of HeartMindSoul, LLC; a training organization that specializes in various American Heart Association Certification Courses:
- CPR, (Adult, Child, Infant)
- Choking (Adult, Child, Infant)
- First Aid in the workplace
- Pediatric First Aid
- AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
- Healthcare Provider CPR Training

As a certified BLS instructor Megan brings more than two decades of professional
training experience to the clients she represents. Her portfolio includes Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Dow Jones, Inc., Delta Air Lines and Franklin Covey.

Throughout her career Megan has had the pleasure of living throughout the
United States and traveling throughout the world, including time she spent living
in Latin America. This vast experience has provided her numerous
opportunities to expand her knowledge, expertise and skill set.

She recognizes professional training is her forte and desires to use this
skill to provide insightful, energetic, interesting, meaningful, life-changing and
even life-saving training programs that are never dull and always impactful.


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Date and Time DATE & TIME
Wednesday Ocotober 18, 2017
6 pm - 8 pm
Megan Bell
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