CPR/AED for the Outdoor Enthusiast
CPR is a lifesaving skill that absolutely everyone should know. But for those of us who choose a path of self-reliance and venture into the outdoors, it’s significantly more important. In this half-day course, you’ll complete the American Heart Association Heartsaver 2-year CPR certification and get plenty of hands-on practice with the skills you’ve learned. Unlike many CPR courses where students only watch the training videos and do a final skill checkoff, this course will run students through multiple field training scenarios based on real-life events. At the conclusion of the course, you’ll receive a nationally recognized certification card, and leave with the confidence to act and save a life should the day ever come.
Course Duration: ½ day, 2pm-7pm
Course Location: SARCRAFT Proving Ground, Cherokee County, Georgia.
Instructor(s): R. Strobl, A. Bryant
About Chief Rebecca Strobl:
Chief Rebecca Strobl, Founder and President of New Life Solutions International LLC, has been in Fire and Emergency Medical Services as a volunteer serving her community for the last decade. She is an EMT-Intermediate, Wilderness EMT, Registered Volunteer Firefighter, and American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid instructor. She was elected by her peers to become the first female fire chief in her volunteer fire departments’ and Cherokee County’s history. She possesses over fourteen years of sales, marketing, team building, leadership, and motivational speaking experience from her various roles in both corporate America and grassroots volunteerism. She is passionate about helping others learn lifesaving skills and encouraging them to follow their dreams.