Collegiate Health Service Corps Training

From Deb Hall ’11:

It’s finally here! Collegiate Health Service Corps Training!

Career development through Community service

Interested in learning how to do community health outreach? Already doing service learning in community health and want some extra support and recognition?

By attending this single training session you will learn about cultural diversity, how to deliver health education modules, and how to take vital signs!

Get free training and certification in health services!

* First Aid Certification (after 25 hours of service)

* CPR certification (50 hours)

* After 75 hours, certificate of completion by the Central Area Health Education Center

* After 100 hours- a certificate of thanks from President Obama!

But you must attend this training session to get started.  So, take advantage of this opportunity to learn about health while helping others (and gain recognition for it)!

When: Friday November 19th from 4-7* pm (very likely to end by 6:15).

Where: ESC 139 (classroom on the first floor of the science center)

Who: ANYONE who is interested in improving community health and service learning

For more information, check the links below or contact Deb Hall (dvhall at wes).

http://www.centralctahec.org/

http://www.centralctahec.org/collegiate-health-service-corps.aspx

Date:   Nov. 19 – Nov. 19
Time:   4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Place:  ESC 139 (classroom on the first floor of Exley)