October and November CPR Classes: Limited Spots Available

August 25, 2023
cpr news item image The Fire Department's Heartsaver CPR course for the lay responder teaches recognition and emergency resuscitation techniques for adult heart attack and stroke; injury and cardiac arrest prevention; treatment of cardiac emergencies in adults and infants; and choking in adults and infants. The course does not cover cardiac emergencies in children or choking in children.

A course completion card from the American Heart Association will be issued to participants who have successfully completed the CPR course objectives and practical testing.

All instructors are certified through the American Heart Association.  Class size is limited to 12 students with a minimum age of 16 years old in order to participate. 

  • Monday, October 16
  • Monday, November 27

Class Location and Times
CPR classes are scheduled from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Arlington Heights Fire Department Administration Building located at 1150 N. Arlington Heights Road, in the Training room, on the 2nd floor.

Cost and Payment Information
The cost is $20 per Arlington Heights resident and $50 per person for non-residents. Classes consist of 12 participants and your spot is reserved on a first-come basis, pending payment. 

Fees include a textbook and CPR card. Due to scheduling of personnel and classroom, registration fees are non-refundable. In the event a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will receive a full refund. 

Questions? Call the Fire Department Administration Office at 847-368-5450 or email firemail@vah.com.