Health Sciences students earn CPR certification
Published December 16, 2021
Dental Assisting student Maria Rangel
"A moment's notice could save someone's life when they're in jeopardy, and as health professionals, students prepare for that."
Nearly all Health Sciences students at Francis Tuttle earn CPR certification. It's part of the curriculum and those skills could save someone's life. The small number of high school students who are not required to certify still receive basic training, and the certification course is available to them should they choose to pursue it. Just another value added benefit for our students and the community...