Please Note:

Fees listed with classes on this site reflect resident fees.  Fees in addition to the base tuition generally apply in order to cover other costs associated with offering the courses. To get an accurate fee assessment based on your enrollment status, please visit the Global Campus website (see links below).

Courses Available

American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED/Bloodbourne Pathogen Course—RRES 200

This course is designed to give individuals the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses, including how to use an automated external defibrillator(AED)for victims of sudden cardiac arrest, until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. The course will also address the recognition, prevention and control of possible health and safety issues, both in the workplace and personally, including topics such as Ergonomics, Slips, Trips, and Falls, Workplace Violence Awareness, Back Injury Prevention, Managing Stress, and Heart Health. Participants will also learn how bloodborne pathogens are spread; how to help prevent exposure incidents by following work practice controls, how to use engineering controls and personal protective equipment, practice good personal hygiene and properly clean and disinfect equipment and supplies, and recognize, report and follow up on employee exposures to infectious materials, following guidelines from the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Certification requirements include: 1)attend all course sessions; 2)demonstrate competency in all skill sessions in the course and pass all written examinations with a score of 80% or better in each section. Certificates include “First Aid Basics”, “Adult, Child, and Infant CPR”, “AED Essentials for Adult and Child”, and “Bloodborne Pathogens: Preventing Disease Transmission”. There are no prerequisites for this course. Books are included in the course fee.
Instructor: Henry Brown

 

 

SUMMER 2019

RRES 200      Class Number 11699 ZA

Date: July 13-14
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

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FALL 2019

RRES 200      Class Number 17544 ZBH

Date: September 14 – 15
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

ENROLL AT KSIS

RRES 200      Class Number 17545 ZBG

Date: September 21 – 22
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

ENROLL AT KSIS

RRES 200      Class Number 17546 ZBF

Date: September 28 – 29
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

ENROLL AT KSIS

RRES 200      Class Number 17547 ZBE

Date: November 2 – 3
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

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RRES 200      Class Number 17548 ZBD

Date: November 11 – 10
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

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RRES 200      Class Number 17549 ZBC

Date: December 7 – 8
Time: Noon to 7:30 pm  (SAT/SUN)
Fee: $446.40
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

ENROLL AT KSIS

Responding to Emergencies—RRES 200

This class will provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life and minimize pain and the consequences of injury or sudden illness until medical help arrives, thereby acting as the first link in the Emergency Medical Services system (EMS). The course also emphasizes prevention of injuries and illness with a focus on personal safety and health. AED Essentials will teach individuals the skills and knowledge needed to provide care for victims of sudden cardiac arrest through the safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). This is a two hour credit course.
Instructor: Henry Brown

 

FALL 2019

 

RRES 200      Class Number 17530 ZBN

Date: October 6, 12, 13, 19, 20
Time: Noon to 6:30 pm  (SUN/SAT/SUN/SUN/SAT)
Fee: $892.80 (2 hours credit)*
Location: UFM, 1221 Thurston St.

*NOTE: When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. 
You will need this number to enroll through KSIS.

ENROLL AT KSIS