In 2011 only 51 percent of witnessed cardiac arrest patients received lay-person CPR.
The ACT: C3 program will train 2,560 7th graders in Eugene and Springfield in compression CPR with AHA CPR Anytime Kits. These 7th graders will use those same kits to train five of their family members. This will train 15,360 local people in compression CPR annually.
Compression CPR training can be requested for public groups ranging in sizes of 15 to 250.
Compression CPR takes 10 minutes to learn.
Compression CPR does not require certification.
Compression CPR is a psycho-motor skill that stays with you (like riding a bicycle).
Compression CPR training is available in English & Spanish.