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STOCKTON FWO: Partnering up for the Health of It
California-Nevada Offices , June 7, 2011
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By Jackie Hagen, Stockton FWO


Jackie Hagen of the Stockton Fish & Wildlife Office (STFWO), buckled up ten dummies into her car and headed out to Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge headquarters for a day of CPR training on June 7th, 2011. This was the second time the Refuge received their certification from Jackie. The next training they will receive from Jackie will be Automated External Defibrillation (AED) training, as soon as their new unit is purchased.

Jackie has been providing CPR, AED & First Aid training to State and Federal personnel in Stockton, CA for over 15 years. Now, with the encouragement of her managers, Jackie has taken her “show” on the road. She doesn’t teach all the courses alone though, recently Denise Barnard, also of the STFWO, received her instructor certification and has been teaming up with Jackie to get personnel certified.

On July 7th, 2011, Denise and Jackie taught CPR, AED & First Aid to 11 Service staff from the Bay Delta Fish & Wildlife Office. The course went very well, and good news, all students passed the class!

Contact Info: Joseph Kirsch, 209-334-2968 ext. 309, joseph_kirsch@fws.gov
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