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Moving Public CPR Trainings to Aurora

Starting February 2023, DobroSKILLS will be moving CPR and BLS trainings to the Aurora Regional Fire Museum located in downtown Aurora, IL. The Aurora Regional Fire Museum is open to the public and features a variety of interactive exhibits designed to educate and

engage children, families, and firefighters. They provide tours, present a variety of family-friendly educational programs, and provide a unique space to host events, which DobroSKILLS is hosting classes in.


Bobby, DobroSKILLS Owner and CPR Instructor, with his son checked out the classic fire trucks, preschool play area, and meeting space in early December.


The February and March training schedule is now posted and you can register online and get a head start on the online leaning part of the CPR course.




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About The Author Of This Article

Bobby Dobroski, Owner and CPR Instructor of DobroSKILLS LLC

Bobby Dobroski, Owner & CPR Instructor of DobroSKILLS LLC

Bobby has been teaching CPR since 2016 and is a proud husband and father to two very active young boys. Bobby is active runner who ran over 20 marathons and an Ironman Triathlon. DobroSKILLS offers training in Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED and Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers as well as AED and supplies. DobroSKILLS LLC is a Licensed Training Provider of the American Red Cross.

DISCLAIMER:  THIS BLOG DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE.

The information contained herein including, but not limited to, any text graphics, images, or other material, is intended for informational purposes only. No material in this blog is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with nay questions you may have about medical conditions or treatment.  Never ignore professional medical advice or forego seeking treatment because of information you may have read  you read on DobroSKILLS.net.  If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911. 

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