In order for a student to be recommended for teacher certification through Michigan Department of Education, the student must provide a valid adult/child CPR and First Aid certificate to the Center for Student Services (via Taskstream) just prior to student teaching. Students MUST take First Aid/CPR courses through one of the Michigan Department of Education approved course providers. Fully online courses are not acceptable; learning First Aid and Adult & Pediatric CPR require demonstration and practice in a classroom.
Any individual with physical limitations that make it impractical to obtain Adult/Child CPR and First Aid certification should complete a form available from CSS in EHS 421.
Your original Adult/Child CPR and First Aid certification cards must be signed and submitted to the Teacher Education Documentation DRF on Taskstream. Hard copies or emailed copies will not be accepted.
It is a requirement for students to complete First Aid and Adult/Child CPR training prior to student teaching. If you complete your student teaching experience more than one year prior to being recommended by CMU to the state for teacher certification you will need to check the expiration date and re-certify if necessary.
If you run into problems getting certified, contact the EHS Center for Student Services Office as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org
CPR/First Aid Training Courses
To register for a Health Education Associates training course, sign up at www.healthedu.com
. (Classes are listed in the column to the far right.)
- Sept 23 (Mon) - 5pm-11pm
- Oct 3 (Thur) - 5pm-11pm
- Oct 12 (Sat) - 9am-3pm
- Oct 15 (Tue) - 5pm-11pm
- Nov 2 (Sat) - (9am-3pm)
Contact Robin Owens RN, Health Education Associates for more information. email@example.com 616-889-0821
If you register for one of these classes, please email the registration confirmation to Jessica Greening (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the March 15th deadline. Please contact Sarah with any additional questions about this.
This course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care for breathing emergencies, perform CPR and provide basic care for injuries and sudden illness until advanced medical personnel arrive. Valid for two years. Registration can be completed by clicking here
. Fee: $58 URec Employees / $86 Teacher Ed / $115 CMU Community
E-mail Marty Malcolm
to sign up. Include your name, phone number, and which date you plan to attend. Sign up is limited to the first 25 people for each day. Cash or check payment only. Bring on the day of class. If you have additional questions, call 989-774-3366.Fee: $60
All classes are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bring a lunch to expedite dismissal time.
Space is limited, pre-payment required. Visit www.elainescribner.com
for more information or contact Elaine by phone at (517) 622-1211 or by email at email@example.com