CPR and Stop the Bleed Classes

Being able to apply lifesaving techniques during an emergency until first responders arrive can mean the different between life and death for someone.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an essential lifesaving skill that North Metro Fire encourages all residents to learn. For someone who goes into cardiac arrest outside of the hospital, chances of survival are near 10%. However, if someone receives immediate CPR by a bystander until first responders arrive, that person’s chances of survival increase significantly. 

Likewise, in the case of a traumatic injury, being able to control bleeding can greatly increase a person’s chances of survival. 

North Metro Fire offers free non-certification CPR classes and Stop the Bleed classes throughout the year and also provides options for those needing their CPR certification. 

Upcoming CPR and Stop the Bleed Classes:

  • Saturday, November 4 - North Metro Fire Headquarters
    • 1.5 hour classes starting at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1:30 p.m.  
    • The first hour is focused on CPR training. The last half hour covers techniques to stop traumatic bleeding. 
    • REGISTER for a class
  • If you have a group interested in CPR and/or Stop the Bleed training, please fill out our request form, and our life safety educator will contact you to coordinate a class. 
CPR Class

Accessibility: We strive to ensure inclusive, accessible content, activities and services that enable all individuals to engage fully.  To request an accommodation based on a disability, please submit a request for accommodation form. You may contact North Metro Fire's Public Information Officer Sara Farris at 303-252-3017 for any questions or concerns.