CPR and AED Training
In this four-hour American Heart Association Heartsaver course, taught by certified Presidio of Monterey Fire Department staff, you will learn how to:
- Perform life-saving adult, pediatric and infant Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Use an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) in the event of a cardiac emergency
Attendees receive certification in CPR and AED use.
Classes are typically offered once a month during each semester and one time during the summer. They are available to all CSUMB students, faculty and staff as well as University Corporation employees at no cost.
LocationStillwell CDC, Conference Room
4260 Gigling Road
Seaside, CA 93955
- February 24th
- March 9th
- April 21st
- May 19th
- June 2nd
- July 14th
- Aug 11th
- Sep 8th
- Oct 20th
- Nov 3rd
- Nov 17th
Per POM Fire Department, registration for each course will open approximately 19 days in advance.
Q: The course is sold out. Is there a waitlist?
A: Yes. If you select the "Register" link when visiting the Eventbrite registration page, it will prompt you to the waitlist if the course is full. The waitlist is limited to 10 persons. When a ticket is refunded, deleted, or canceled, it is released to the waitlist in order. The ticket will be held for 24 hours before being released to the next person on the waitlist. This process will continue until the ticket is re-registered.
Q: Can I just walk-in and hope for a seat?
A: Yes. However, CSUMB's agreement with Presidio of Monterey Fire Department is limited to 12 seats reserved in their community class. You can try to attend as a walk-in and get a no-show seat on a first-come-first-serve basis. Once the 12 seat capacity is reached with registered participants, any walk-ins who wish to take the course are responsible for the $25 up-front course fee. In this case, CSUMB will not cover the cost for you to take the course. All walk-ins are encouraged to bring $25 CASH to the training location.
This course is not held at CSUMB, but at Stillwell Hall (4260 Gigling Road, Seaside). Please arrive early to attend the course. Doors close promptly at 9 a.m. and late arrivals will not be allowed to participate.
Q: Will I get a certificate or card after I complete the class?
Yes. The American Heart Association Heartsaver certificate will be good for two years.