Come learn while donating to an excellent local organization.
A monthly CPR/AED class ($50 per student) is held every 1st Saturday of the month. First Aid training can be added (scroll down for details).
Our next class will be held on Saturday, November 2nd 2019.
The start time is 9am OR 2pm. There is no need to attend both classes.
If you're an early riser, come to the 9am class.
If you want to sleep in late, come to the 2pm class.
Call (832) 930-0277 or email info@BigTexasCPR.com to join us.
OR just come by at class time.
Each CPR/AED class is approximately 2.5 to 3 hours long.
Adding First Aid will increase class time to approximately 4 to 4.5 hours.
$50 per student - $25 paid to Big Texas CPR, and $25 paid to Bridgewood farms.
Yes, $50 is the normal cost for this course, but as you see, half of that will be given directly to Bridgewood farms as a charitable donation so they may continue to provide excellent services to their clients in need.
You're going to pay for your class no matter where you go; why not use 1/2 of that cost to help out a worthy, local cause?
The monthly CPR/AED class will cover Adult, Child, Infant CPR & AED.
First Aid training can be added, for $25 more (paid to Big Texas CPR), just let us know when you join our monthly class.
Certification is good for 2 years and will be issued directly after class.
Class is held at 11680 Rose Road, Conroe Texas, 77303, every 1st Saturday of the month at 9am AND 2pm (that's two different classes each day)
Call (832) 930-0277 or email info@BigTexasCPR.com to join us, OR just come
by at class time.
We are proud to host a monthly class at Bridgewood Farms in Conroe, Texas - Monthly on the 1st Saturday.
for CPR, aed, first aid and other life-saving skills
Bridgewood Farms - A place in Montgomery County for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
From their website at www.bridgewoodfarms.org
It’s important for all of us to remain active and engaged as we age, and this is especially true for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Too often, these individuals end up sitting at home because the activities that commonly fill our lives aren’t designed to meet their needs.
At Bridgewood Farms, we bridge the gap between the opportunities available in the community and the abilities of our clients. Our programs provide the scaffolding necessary to build and maintain important skills throughout each individual’s lifespan.
Most importantly, our work improves the overall quality of life for each of our clients.