Students Take CPR Training To Earn Certification
Jul 24, 2012
On June 29th, the students in the Clinical Medical Assisting class at the Columbus Campus acquired a new set of skills that will greatly strengthen their abilities to excel in their professional lives. They took part in CPR training, to earn their certification. Using CPR dummies, they learned how to perform life-saving techniques on adults and infants. Even though this training and certification is a requirement, the students realize that the information they gained is important not only for their professional lives but for life in general. “It’ll help me in an emergency situation if I ever have to perform CPR,” explained student Courtney Webb. She said that this training will make her more confident as she pursues a new career in health care.
Courtney Webb is pictured as she practices her CPR skills on a training dummy.
Medical: Medical Assisting - Associate Degree (MAA)