Medic First Aid/CPR and AED Training
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast offers first aid and CPR courses. As described in Chapter 4 of Volunteer Essentials
, a first-aider is an adult volunteer who has taken Girl Scout-approved first-aid and CPR training that includes specific instructions for child CPR.
Note: Make sure a general first-aid kit is available at your group meeting place and accompanies girls on any activity (including transportation to and from the activity).
The presence of a first-aider is required for many group activities. The course required to be a First Aider is one that offers standard first aid and CPR, preferably with a focus on children.
Note: The following healthcare providers may also serve as first aiders: physician, physician’s assistant, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, paramedic, military medic, and emergency medical technician. Volunteers are required to provide copies of cards and/or certificates that show current completion of First Aid and CPR training taken with a provider outside of GSWISE course offerings.
Medic First Aid/CPR and AED
Course contains step-by-step, hands-on training that allows participants to respond effectively in emergency and life-threatening situations.
Who should attend:
At least one registered adult who accompanies a troop/group on activities or overnight trips must be certified in first aid and CPR.
$40 per person
Note: Please wear comfortable clothing.
If you are unable to attend a session for which you are registered, please cancel by calling the council office (414-476-1050) or contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Course Offerings:
A number of providers sponsor first aid and CPR certification courses in many communities within our council. When looking for CPR training, be sure the course requires a test (not attendance only). You can check with local chapters of these organizations for course availability:
• American Red Cross 800-33-SAFETY
• National Safety Council 800-800-7099
• EMP International 800-246-5101 (Basic first aid plus American Heart Association CPR)
* American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR AED classes