Wheaton's Emergency Medical Services, WEMS
Posted on April 8, 2014
Classes start October, 2014!
Can you picture yourself providing medical aid to a child; traveling the world as part of a disaster response team; or helping to save a life here at Wheaton? If so, here’s your chance. Wheaton's Emergency Medical Services (WEMS) is looking for dedicated students willing to work hard, become certified First Responders, and serve our campus community. First Responder training is a critical first step.
If you're up for the challenge, the Office of Health & Wellness is sponsoring a First Responder training course starting October 3, 2014.
WHAT: First Responder Certification Training Course (classroom and practical components; CPR included)
WHEN: Class meets Friday evenings from 3 - 7 PM and from 9 AM - 3 PM on Saturdays.
October 3 & 4
October 10 & 11
October 17 & 18
October 24 & 25
WHERE: On-campus location TBD
COST: $125 registration fee (check or cash payable to Mike Wilson) + $30 for the required text book.
This course is open to all students as well as faculty and staff.
Become a Wheaton First Responder. It will change your life and make a world of difference to many others.
To register or for more information about the First Responder training program contact Cynthia Maricle, Student Health Services Coordinator, at 508-286-8210 or email@example.com.