Community Training Center
Updated July 7, 2015
Current Instructor Count: 976
Participants Trained in 2014: 27,779
YTD: Trained in 2015: 15,336
Welcome to the Community Training Center
Help Save a Life! Learn CPR
The Community Training Center is focused on helping others to increase the rate of survival by providing ongoing education to our Medical Center staff, family and Community. Help us and others to save a life! View our list of courses offered to see which one is right for you!
The Community Training Center has three training satellites and 900+ Instructors. If you would like to sign up for a course, please contact the CTC at 716-7847. We even have several instructors that are willing to travel to your home for one on one training to meet your needs.
ATTENTION INSTRUCTORS & STUDENT
Congratulations to the Community Training Center's BLS Instructor , Anne Slayton for her "Lifesaving Skills." Anne was able to act quickly, perform CPR and resuscitate an individual that suffered from a cardiac arrest utilizing HANDS ONLY CPR initiatives. The victim of the cardiac arrest is reportedly doing well. Thank you to Anne for her efforts. Our instructors and their efforts to teach and perform CPR correctly do make a difference within the community.
INSTRUCTORS: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: ALL ROSTERS SUBMITTED TO THE TRAINING CENTER MUST BE IN A TYPED FORMAT.
The Community Training Center (CTC) and the Instructors that encompass it, provide a range of life-saving skills-including CPR, First Aid, Blood-borne pathogen safety, ACLS, PALS training to individuals, churches, civic groups, businesses, schools and other organizations and institution. Improving the health of our region is our goal and part of the Medical Center's mission.
Community Training Center Hours of Operation
NOTICE TO INSTRUCTORS:
When you agree to teach CPR to participants, please make sure they understand that there is a possible 20 day turnaround before they receive cards. If they need cards immediately, please do NOT send them to the Training Center to pick up their cards ahead of others who are awaiting the allotted time. Participants need to take courses in a time frame that allows for processing rosters and cards, and to receive their cards from their instructors. Many organizations will only accept the original card and NOT a course completion letter.
The Community Training Center trained over 50 individuals Hands Only CPR at the Heart and Stroke Walk at Tanglewood. The community is helping us to reach our training goal and learning to save the life of others.
The CTC will be open from 08:00AM-5:00PM. If you need to pick up rental equipment or to come in for other issues outside those hours, please call and we can make arrangements for your request in advance. Due to the nature of our business, we may be working offsite at another satellite. If possible, please schedule an appointment if you need to come in for issues other than dropping off rosters or picking up cards.
For additional information about American Heart Association courses, please refer to the link below