I’ll be the first to admit it… I have a weakness for funny pictures of cats. Luckily, this funny picture of cats is relevant to what’s happening here at the chapter, so I had an excellent excuse to share it with you all.
Our Health and Safety department is really starting to ramp up the number of classes that they are offering. We have more than tripled the number of Babysitters Training classes in our schedule. In addition, we are currently seeking instructors to teach Wilderness First Aid (also known as Mountaineering First Aid) as well as Pet First Aid.
“Pet First Aid?” you ask. “What is that… like… with bandages and stuff?”
Well, there’s that. Did you know that there is also a correct way to perform CPR on your cat or dog? There is! There are even cat and dog CPR manikins.
You don’t need to be a medical professional to be an American Red Cross Health and Safety Instructor. Give us a call here at the chapter, and we’ll clue you in on the process: 831-462-2881.
College Students: Did I mention that teaching CPR and First Aid classes looks amazing on a resume?