The CMC Denver Group’s Wilderness First Aid School (WFA) offers a 2 and 1/2 hour CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) evening class at the AMC/CMC. There are limited spaces for this course.
This is the two and one-half hour ECSI Adult CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) course. Students receive a two-year CPR/AED certification upon completion of the class. The ECSI course is comparable to the American Heart Association’s (AHA) HeartSaver certification, and meets the 2015 AHA CPR Guidelines. The ECSI course is recognized as meeting industry standards for CPR/AED courses.
This course includes CPR in wilderness environments. The class also covers how to relieve choking victims. (Please note that this course does not qualify for the AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Professionals). The course is taught by a Wilderness First Responder.
This class does not meet the requirements for Wilderness First Aid certification.
UPDATE: The Wednesday, December 5th class is now available for registration on CMC.org (take one class only).
There is a separate registration for Denver Group leaders, prospective leaders, and senior school instructors who have been approved to have their tuition covered by the SALT program. Click here for more information and to access the SALT application form. Approved SALT students will be given a special code and password to register for this course. (Tuition reimbursement is not available).
SALT students should not register for the non-SALT sign-up link. Once SALT has been approved:
Please contact WFA School Director Jeff Flax at [email protected], or CMC Membership Services at 303-279-3080, ext.2 for additional information regarding Wilderness First Aid and WFA CPR/AED courses.