We provide many opportunities for training and personal development, open to all members of the Nazareth College community. Some training sessions are open to family members or others from outside of the college. Contact the listed instructor for more information.
Nazareth College offers training and certification in Red Cross Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED). The classes combine video direction and practice on manikins. This class is taught according to the standards of the American Red Cross and provides certification good for two years. Many students require this training for their major or work assignments.
Training is free to current Nazareth College students, staff, and faculty. Classes must have a minimum of six students but are limited to a maximum of 20.
Outside Classes: CPR and AED certification are also offered directly by the Red Cross and the American Heart Association. Costs vary.
Fall 2015 Schedule:
To reserve a spot, please use this link to DOODLE. Space is limited, so sign up early. Each class requires a minimum of six participants to be held. If you have any difficulties, please contact Kevin Riordan at email@example.com or 585-389-2841
Any person (staff, faculty, or student) who may be exposed to blood or other bodily fluids is required to annually complete this training. Additionally, most clinical positions require BBP training before starting.
August 2015 Update: The Bloodborne Pathogen Training for 2015-2016 is available for self-registration. Please follow the instructions below.
Update: BBP training on Moodle
This training is completely digital through Moodle. You will need an active Nazareth account and a Moodle log-in/password. Please see the directions below to access the training.
Directions to access BBP training:
A short video shows the steps to self-register for the BBP class. (Note that the video references the training for 2013-2014. The steps are the same for 2015-2016 except the class name is BPT 2015-2016)
Questions or comments about BBP training should be directed to Kevin Riordan at 585-389-2841 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems logging into Moodle, please contact the Technology and Media Service Desk at 585-389-2111.
Any person (staff, faculty, or student) who uses or may be exposed to chemicals is required to annually complete this training. This training is currently being developed.
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