365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa – Learn To Save A Life – Day 25

I am posting this one a little early in case you want to see if space is still available… Costa Mesa offers neighborhood CPR classes for a very low cost. CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, can be performed on people in cardiac arrest and it can be life-saving. Here’s your chance to learn from American Heart Association instructors.

Many of you may have learned it in the past however it’s always good to be prepared and brush up on your technique. Actually the practices are updated regularly so it’s possible that the former lessons you’ve had are outdated. This is a great way to hang with locals and learn how to provide essential first aid skills.

The Cost:

$5 to learn CPR

$25 to get certified in CPR (Ceritfication is valid for 2 years)

FREE (when available) the opportunity to watch and observe to share how to do it with others

When: There will be a public CPR class at Halecrest Park on Sat., Aug. 7 at 9am. At that class participants will also have an opportunity to get certified in frist aid.

Upcoming Events:

First Aid certification class Thursday night, 7/22 at 6 PM.

AED certification class Saturday morning, 7/24, at 9 AM.

Pediatric First Aid, CPR/AED certification class also Saturday, 7/24 at 9 AM.

Call 714 546-4252 for details about any of the above classes.

Have you ever had to practice CPR? Feel free to comment or suggest other ideas on the 365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa Facebook page or by emailing hollyschwartzoc@gmail.com. Share your thoughts and enjoy Costa Mesa!

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About hollyschwartzoc

Real estate enthusiast who formerly producered TV shows for HGTV like House Hunters, House Hunters International, and My House is Worth What? Currently provides social media services for Orange County real estate company Torelli Realty and provides home staging and design consultations for clients.
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