Girl Scouts of Utah requires Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED for at least one troop volunteer any time a troop leaves its regular meeting time and place. This blended learning course teaches the basics of First Aid, CPR, and use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
The course features an online component that must be completed before attending the practical skills session in person. There are physical components of the in-person skills portion of this training. Participants must be able to get down on the ground on their knees to perform chest compressions, breathing exercises, and use the AED trainer device.
GSU offers CPR/First Aid training monthly at the council office locations in Salt Lake, American Fork, and Ogden. We will do our best to accommodate alternate requests for CPR/First Aid training for your service unit or troop; for such a request, 10 weeks advance notice is required. See Training Requests above for more information.
Other CPR/First Aid Training Options
Girl Scouts of Utah does not accept the online-only versions of Adult and Pediatric CPR/Frist Aid/AED training. These ARC or AHA courses meet our requirements: