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MFC 151 — CPR for Health Related Professions— 1 credit course
3 different sections – 4 week hybrid course – Room 208 UB Gateway
Course dates are: (2/4/17 – 2/25/17) or (3/4/17 – 4/1/17) or (4/8/17 – 4/29/17)
All students are eligible to enroll in this course prior to the start each section.
Hands-on skills will be taught a in room 208 UB Gateway within the downtown Buffalo / Niagara Medical Campus.
Course will be primarily conducted online and the hands-on skills portion will be conducted with an AHA Instructor.
Students who complete all course requirements will receive the following AHA National Certifications:
- Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers
- Heartsaver First Aid
- Preventing Disease Transmission
All participants will be charged a SUNY approved lab fee of $26.00.
See the attached flyer for more information: CPR Spring 17
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