The goal of the CPR/First Aid/AED training program is to develop confidence, build competence, and attain a deeper understanding for adult, child, and infant life-saving skills. These classes are offered to individuals in our community as well an organizations interested in training groups of employees. These classes are offered at competitive rates.
Fraser, Ltd. offers classes for individuals and businesses:
- American Red Cross certified instructors
- Cost effective training
- Training meets childcare requirements for state licensing
- On-site training
- Convenient training times including day and evening
- Personalized Instruction
- Certification card upon successful completion
Classes are held at Fraser, Ltd. 2902 University Dr. S., Fargo, ND.
Adult & Pediatric CPR/Automated External Defibrillator (AED) – 2 year certification - $40.00
First Aid – 2 year certification - $40.00
All individual class registrations are non-refundable or transferrable and due prior to class.
To schedule CPR and/or First Aid for your Organization, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Training & Education
The Fraser, Ltd training department provides education and training to employees, people receiving support, families, and the community. Fraser, Ltd. offers education to address community needs and promote the independence of all people. Fraser, Ltd. provides training to team members to ensure quality services.
Children's Services employees receive specialized training on supporting children with special needs. Training is obtained during orientation and monthly in-service meetings covering specific disabilities, individualized program plans, supporting children and families, curriculum for all children, and promoting a safe and inclusive learning environment.
Direct Support Professionals receive training through agency orientation, on-site orientation, quarterly team member trainings, and various educational opportunities that are job specific. Additional education is gained through the completion of module coursework and practicums. The modules supply information, from medication to recreations, and education for supporting people with intellectual disabilities. Support team members receive formal instruction, demonstration, hands-on learning, mentoring, and team building with peers.