CPR Training Available for Virginia Museums
VAM & Gwyneth's Gift Foundation Offer CPR Training in May
* Registration open until 5/7/21 at 12:00 AM (EDT)
Don't Miss the Opportunity to Learn Lifesaving CPR Skills
Available to Virginia Museum Professionals in Partnership with Gwyneth’s Gift Foundation
VAM is honored to partner with Gwyneth’s Gift Foundation to provide CPR training to the Virginia museum community to enhance the awareness of lifesaving skills to help increase the safety of museum visitors, staff, and volunteers across the commonwealth and DC.
VAM members have the unique opportunity to purchase a CPR kit and hands-on virtual training for only $10. Don't miss this affordable and accessible opportunity to train your staff and volunteers!
Please note that this is a base training and not certification.
Kit includes: one inflatable mannequin, training/instructions DVD, and cleaning wipes. (Please note, that breaths are not necessary for training or during an actual cardiac event.)
Kits will be delivered to five sites around Virginia in late April to early May.
Purchasers must pick-up their kits in time to attend one of the four virtual trainings offered on May 19 and May 22 - New Dates!
When registering, please select your preferred pick-up location. Additional information will be provided regarding delivery after the registration deadline.
- Highland, Charlottesville
- Aldie Mill Historic Park, Loudoun
- Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk
- VAM's office at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
- Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke
Once you pick up your kit, attend one of four offered virtual trainings coordinated by Gwyneth’s Gift:
- Wednesday, May 19 - 11:00AM or 2:30PM
- Saturday, May 22 - 11:00AM or 2:30PM
Then re-use your kit to educate future staff and volunteers.
Registration: $10 - includes one CPR Kit & online training
A percentage of proceeds benefit Gwyneth's Gift Foundation
Gwyneth’s Gift Foundation serves as a catalyst to ensure that those suffering an out of hospital cardiac arrest have a greater chance of survival because they were provided with immediate life saving measures from a community member educated on how to administer CPR and utilize an AED.