The Student Wellness Commission's CPR and First Aid Program offers low-cost American Heart Association CPR and First Aid courses to help the UCLA community learn how to prevent emergencies and be better prepared when they happen. Courses are taught by American Heart Association certified student instructors on campus. Classes are open to all students, staff, and faculty at UCLA, as well as to the surrounding public.
Looking for more courses? The UCLA Center for Prehospital Care offers a variety of courses including BLS, EMT, ACLS, Phlebotomy, and many more. For more information, please visit their website below:
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CPR and First Aid at UCLA
Super CPR (For UCLA On-Campus Residents Only)
Get CPR certified through the American Heart Association and have a blast doing it! Come with your friends and floormates. Free food, give-aways, and T-shirts!
What: Super CPR, a free CPR certification for Hill residents. Presented by UCLA CPR and First Aid with UCLA Residential Life Date: Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
Location: Tom Bradley International Hall
Course Type: American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED plus Infant
Cost: No cost for UCLA On-Campus Residents**
How do I sign up?
New Course Prices: Honoring our primary mission to offer low-cost American Heart Association and First Aid courses to the UCLA and Westwood community, we have updated the prices of all of our courses to reflect this goal.
- UCLA Undergraduate Students: $10
- Community members (everybody else): $15
*Please note that a $0.50 service fee is added to each purchase
*Please note that refunds are only available if we are notified a full 48 hours in advance. Please email email@example.com.
Card Issuing Policy: Certification cards will be issued at the end of class pending a passing score on the practical assessments.
Private Class Requests: If you would like to request a private class, please contact us 3 weeks before your preferred date at firstname.lastname@example.org.