In college, there are history classes, English classes, art classes, math classes, and astronomy classes. Whatever your major, you will take enlightening general education classes as well exciting major-specific classes that inspire and motivate you.

But what many people forget to take is the First Aid/CPR class. Why is this important? Because one day you might use it to save a life.
While most colleges offer First Aid/CPR courses as regular classes, you can also find them listed as enrichment or extension classes and as courses offered by your local fire department. Wherever you can find these courses, take them. It’s good knowledge for anyone to have, whether you’re into sports, are starting a family, or are just a person who wants to be able to help.
The courses are often just a few hours in length. You gather together with other classmates, watch a video, perform First Aid and CPR on manikins, and then you are certified to help if someone has a heart attack, chokes, is involved in a car accident, or experiences injuries of any other kind. You’ll be surprised at how easy the steps are to save a person’s life, and you’ll also be surprised by the fact that so few people know what to do during an emergency. You shouldn’t be one of them.
So next time you have a few hours to spare during regular class time, consider taking a class that could save your best friend, or your father, or your child.
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