North Seattle College’s Parent Education program is very pleased to be offering a First Aid and CPR class this fall to NSC instructors, children’s teachers, and members of North Seattle College’s Parent Cooperative Preschools.
Cost: $45 (made out to “PAC” or Parent Advisory Council, with “CPR” on the memo line)
Date: 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019
Location: North’s campus in Room 1303 of theInstruction Building (on the east side of the building)
There will be a half-hour break for lunch. Bring your own lunch as food services are not open.
Parking is free on Saturdays; you may park anywhere that is not marked reserved or handicapped.
NOTE: CPR Seattle recommends you wear comfortable clothes the day of class. Kindly arrive 10 minutes early to sign in. Unfortunately, students arriving more than 10 minutes after the class start time will not be able to participate in the session.
For directions, visit: http://www.northseattle.edu/map
If you are unable to attend after mailing in your check and form, please notify the office at the number listed below, at the earliest possible time so your space may be given to someone else. This class will fill to capacity quickly, and a person may get turned away if we don’t know about your cancellation. Also, the CPR instructors are paid based on the number of participants registered.Turning in the check and form below is required to reserve your spot; no later than two weeks before class. Because there is limited room available in the class, registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first- serve basis (with priority given to instructors, teachers and assistant teacher substitutes/ Health & Safety officers). NO REFUNDS given after Sept. 1, 2019.
For further questions, contact the Parent Education office at (206) 934-6029.
Mail or bring in registration forms & check to: North Seattle College Workforce Instruction Division, Attn: Bob Ford, 9600 College Way North Seattle, WA 98103
Class Chairs: Please make as many duplicates of the form as you need for parents who would like to register. Each person who registers should send in an individual form. We encourage you to bring copies of this form to your next parent meeting and to email it out to incoming classes, as well as sharing it with those in roles that require First Aid/CPR training individually.