Does the Fire Department teach CPR and AED Classes?

Sometimes, the fire department attempts to schedule and teach a CPR/AED class to citizens at least once or twice each year, but it doesn't always happen. However, there are Certified CPR Instructors within the department that sometimes teach outside classes and may be willing to teach a class for a per person cost. 

For further inquiries, contact the Training Division in the directory. Other possible means to obtain CPR, AED, or BLS, certifications is to contact the Emergency Response Training and Support Services or call 770-716-1404, the National CPR Foundation, or Faithful Guardian Training Center at 678-432-2243.

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1. Does the Fire Department dispose of old or expired medications, syringes, needles, or other medical supplies?
2. Does the Fire Department fill swimming pools?
3. Does the Fire Department provide and install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms?
4. Does the Fire Department provide and install child safety car seats?
5. Does the Fire Department sell, provide, charge, recharge, repair, or dispose of fire extinguishers?
6. Does the Fire Department teach CPR and AED Classes?
7. How do I get a copy of a fire report?
8. How do I obtain a burn permit?
9. How do I request or schedule a Fire Safety Event, Fire Station Tour, Career Day, etc. for my school, class, club, scout troop, etc.?
10. When and what can I burn?