Teaching CPR is more than just imparting techniques; it's about fostering a culture of care and quick action. Every participant carries forward the ability to make a difference, turning bystanders into lifesavers.
I have been a firefighter for over 25 years. During this time, I have seen firsthand the importance of CPR in emergencies and the impact it can have on saving lives. As a certified CPR instructor through the EMSA and AHA, I am passionate about educating others on this life-saving skill. I enjoy sharing my experience and knowledge with others, and helping people feel confident and prepared to respond in emergency situations. It's a privilege to contribute to the safety of our communities, and I am grateful for the opportunity to teach CPR and make a difference.
I currently work as a lab manager for a company. I am passionate about providing life-saving skills to individuals and am certified through both EMSA and AHA to teach CPR. In my free time, I am also taking prerequisite courses to apply for nursing school, as I am committed to continuing my education and expanding my knowledge in the medical field. Teaching CPR is incredibly rewarding for me, and I look forward to sharing my expertise with students and empowering them with the skills to save lives.