(CBS DETROIT) – The Farmington Hills Fire Department will host an American Heart Association Heartsaver® Class, with instruction in CPR, AED (Automated External Defibrillator), and “Stop the Bleed” Tourniquet Training.

The class is open to the public and will happen from 5:30 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21, in the upstairs training room at Fire Station #4 located at 28711 Drake Road.

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Lt. Dan Wecker Conducts CPR Class | Credit: Gillian Pines

The class is $10 for Farmington Hills residents and $20 for non-residents.

There will be an additional $20 fee for both residents and non-residents if the individual requires an American Heart Association Certificate of Training.

Individuals who are seeking a Certificate of Training must be able to physically perform CPR and AED, which includes kneeling on the floor and using their arms and hands to perform continuous chest compressions.

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Participants must be at least 12 years old and they must register and pay fees one week before the class to ensure there is a proper student to instructor ratio.

To register, contact Sara West at swest@fhgov.com.

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