Cape Cod & Islands Chapter of the Red Cross offers $10 off all web-based training through April 15th

Discount applies to training for First Aid, CPR and AED

In honor of March as Red Cross Month, the American Red Cross, Cape Cod and Islands Chapter, now offers a very special $10 discount on every online class for First Aid, CPR and AED.

Students must register online at www.cciredcross.org by clicking on the online training button, then go to the class of your choice, register and enter the coupon code RCMONTH.

Classes available include: Adult, Infant and Child CPR/AED, First Aid, First Aid/CPR/AED for Schools and Community, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and several other classes aimed at CPR/First Aid/AED Instruction. After the completion of the online portion of the class, a short skill session and testing for certification will take place at the chapter house in Hyannis.

The big advantage of the online class is that students may take it at their own pace and time. Depending upon the class, it is possible to start and stop as you please within 14 days. After completing the online course, a date will be set for the completion of the skills session and testing. Students receive training manuals at their skills session.

All skills training classes will be held at the Chapter House on 286 South Street in Hyannis unless otherwise indicated.  For schools, businesses, professional rescuers, clubs and organizations, alternate pricing, dates and locations are available by contacting the Chapter at (508) 775-1540, ext. 12.

Students must register for their class by April 15th, 2010 for the discount to apply.

For more information about training, volunteering or supporting the Cape Cod and Islands Chapter, American Red Cross, see the web site: cciredcross.org, call toll-free (508) 775-1540 or write to: 286 South Street, Hyannis, MA 02601.

Courtesy of the Cape Cod  and Islands Chapter of the American Red Cross.

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