UT RED CROSS CLUB HOLDS RECORD BREAKING MASS CPR EVENT

The American Red Cross Club at UT completed their 8th Annual Mass CPR Training on Saturday February 20, 2010 at the University of Texas campus.  Students, staff and members of the community were among the 302 people trained in Adult CPR. 92 of those also received training in First Aid and Infant & Child CPR. Participants received a Red Cross certification card, CPR booklet, goodie bag, t-shirt, and refreshments. The courses were taught by 32 volunteer instructors.  Another 50+ volunteers were present from various other student organizations on campus. The event was a great success, training a total of 394 total participants, the highest number in the history of the event.  The Red Cross would like to thank Kayla Iltis, Mass CPR Chair, and her team at the UT Red Cross Club for making this possible.   

 
UT Red Cross Club

 Student practicing CPR on a Red Cross Manikin
Volunteers wrapping faces in preparation for Mass CPR

Denise Blok, Senior Director, Business Operations and Melissa Payne, Customer Service Coordinator oversee registration
UT Red Cross Club
 Registration
UT Red Cross Club Volunteers
UT Red Cross Club Volunteers
Instructor Lis Wise in action
 
 UT Red Cross Club Volunteers
 Adult CPR Training
Taking the Test
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UT RED CROSS CLUB HOLDS RECORD BREAKING MASS CPR EVENT

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