California Public Safety (TITLE 22)

Course Description:

The state of California mandates public safety personnel to undergo no less than 23 hours of advanced first-aid training. California specifies public safety personnel as lifeguards, firefighters, police officers, or any state or municipal agencies that must perform first-aid.

Prerequisite 

  • Candidates must be 15 years old at the time of the class
  • Attend all three (3) days of class
  • Pass and score 80% or better on the written exam

American Red Cross Textbook

Emergency Medical Response: Follow this Link and click on download in the top right-hand corner.

Lifeguarding Manual: Follow this Link to view the manual.

Certificate

Once you have successfully passed your course, you will be issued an American Red Cross Title 22 certificate valid for two (2) years.

Course Resources:
Lifeguarding Manual: Course Manual
Certificate Issued:

American Red Cross First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22)

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