CPR/FA Program at UCLA 2014 - 2015. Information Session. Agenda The Program The Instructors Why Join? Instructor Requirements Application Process Contact Information/Q&A. Welcome to Our Information Session!. The Program - Structure. The Program - Objectives and Mission.
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CPR/FA Program at UCLA 2014 - 2015 Information Session
Agenda • The Program • The Instructors • Why Join? • Instructor Requirements • Application Process • Contact Information/Q&A Welcome to Our Information Session!
The Program - Objectives and Mission • Offer low-cost AHA CPR and First Aid courses • Certify undergraduates, faculty, and community members • Teach classes every weekend in Ackerman Union
CPR & AED CPR: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation AED: Automated External Defibrillator for adults, children, and infants The Program – What We Teach
The Program – What We Teach First Aid • Stroke • Heart attack • Choking • Seizure • Diabetic reactions • Allergic reactions • Poisoning • Snakebites • Insects bites • Cuts and scrapes • External bleeding • Internal bleeding • Burns • Broken bones • Fainting • Shock
The Instructors • Team-oriented • Professional • Engaging • Enthusiastic • Friendly • Prepared • Knowledgeable
Why Join? Interpersonal Skills • Teach people how to save lives • Improve public speaking skills • Build remediation and assessment skills • Gain confidence in leadership ability • Grow in supportive team environment
Why Join? Health Education • Jumpstart into emergency medicine • Apply science to real life • Learn basic lifesaving skills • Use your knowledge in any setting
Why Join? Super CPR • Annual large-scale certification event during Spring Quarter • Offered to about 100 dorm residents for free
Why Join? The Fun Stuff! • Socials: KBBQ, Knott’s Scary Farm, Getty Museum, game nights, ice blocking, and more • Retreats with SWC: Big Bear, Marina Del Rey, San Diego • CPR and SWC end-of-the-year banquets
Instructor Requirements • Commitment: 2 continuous quarters (Winter and Spring) • Teach 3 classes per quarter (approximately 3 hours each) • Flyer for about 2 hours per quarter • Give 1classroomannouncement per quarter • Attend 1 general meeting and 1 SWC event • Participate in 2 days of mandatory instructor training during Fall Quarter
Application Process • Submit application (found online) to email@example.com by October 25th • Obtain CPR certification by November 8th • Interview during November 1st or 2nd • Receive decision email before November 5th • Attend mandatory training sessions on November 8thand November 9th
Contact Information • Emailuclacpr@gmail.com • Postage MailCPR/FA Program at UCLA308 Westwood PlazaKerckhoff Hall 308Los Angeles, CA 90024 • Visit SWCKerckhoff Hall 308 • Websitehttp://www.studentgroups.ucla.edu/uclacpr/ • Facebook • https://www.facebook.com/uclacpr