The Mission CPR program reflects the initiative of UMass EMS to raise awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and to certify individuals both on the UMass campus and in the surrounding community.
The UMass EMS Mission CPR Program offers two certifications under the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI).
Our classes are taught by EMTs certified at both the state and national level, who have received additional training and certifications in CPR instruction. Each one of our instructors takes pride in giving each student an enjoyable and highly educational experience.
------------- CPR/AED through ECSI -------------
This 2-3 hour long course satisfies any work requirement outside of a healthcare setting. It will cover the basics of recognizing sudden cardiac arrest and how to perform CPR and use an AED until medical help arrives for adults, children, and infant patients.
------------- CPR/AED & First Aid through ECSI -----------
This 6-7 hour long course combines the material from the CPR/AED course with additional, valuable First Aid skills. Students will learn to perform preliminary assessments for patients experiencing medical emergencies or traumatic injuries. First aid skills include patient assessment, epi-pen administration, bleeding control, and much more!
----- Healthcare Provider CPR through the AHA -----
Discounts & Group Rates
A $5 discount is available to any student who pays at least 24-hours before the day of their class. Early payments can be dropped off to the UMass EMS office in the Draper Hall Annex at 42 Campus Center Way.
A $10 discount is available to any EMS provider, CNA, nurse, or nursing student taking a Healthcare Provider CPR class.
Discounts for private, group classes can be offered based on class size and class type.
***Discount offers cannot be combined or altered***