Anne Curtis is Still Creek CPR and First Aid’s primary instructor. Anne has a background in health education with a Master of Science in Public Health and she is certified to teach CPR, AED (Automated External Defibrillator), First Aid, and Basic Life Support for health care providers.
Anne managed CPR training and public access automated external defibrillator programs for King County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for nearly 4 years before leaving to focus on Still Creek CPR and First Aid full time. At King County EMS she taught American Heart Association Basic Life Support for health care providers and Heartsaver courses for King County employees. Anne is also on the faculty of her training center, Emergency Medical Training Center. She can train and monitor new instructors and re-certify existing instructors.
Anne spent 8 years managing health and safety training programs for child care and other early learning professionals as a member of the Child Care Health Team at Public Health – Seattle & King County. Additionally she worked with schools and school districts to develop school-based health clinics, provide immunization training, and most recently managed the EMS Student CPR Training program in districts across King County. At Still Creek CPR and First Aid, we have a passion for sharing life-saving information with the child care and education communities.
Anne has been involved with equestrian sports for most of her adult life. At Still Creek CPR and First Aid we provide training and certification in CPR and First Aid for equestrians. Our program follows national guidelines. It is equestrian specific and includes proper response to rider accidents and injuries. We emphasize injury prevention. A must for all trainers, show staff, barn owners and staff, volunteers and friends who ride with friends!
“I love to engage class participants in learning lifesaving skills for work and family. It is so satisfying to hear of the many ‘saves’ where bystanders or caretakers step in and provide the initial care needed to save a life!”
Anne Curtis, Still Creek CPR and First Aid