WATCHDOG is a safety education program that trains students to respond effectively in emergency situations and acquaints them with campus safety resources. Students also have the opportunity to become CPR certified through the American Red Cross. This training is only available to current Fresno State students.
A cost of $25 covers: WATCHDOG t-shirt, watch and stylus pen, snacks, custom red solo cup, and CPR Training.
WATCHDOG participants will learn:
- Bystander intervention
- The signs of alcohol and prescription drug overdose
- Sexual assault, relationship abuse, discrimination resources and reporting
- General campus safety
- 911 protocol
- Adult CPR/AED certification training
If you are interested in becoming a WATCHDOG, click here to register. Upon registering for the WATCHDOG Safety Summit you will also need to register for one CPR/AED training date. The deadline is Friday, February 10, 2017.
WATCHDOG Safety Summit
|Saturday, February 18th||9:00am-1:00pm|
|Saturday, March 4th||9:00am-12:30pm|
|Saturday, March 11th||9:00am-12:30pm|
|Saturday, March 18th||9:00am-12:30pm|
For more information about the WATCHDOG program, please contact Brittany Loera, HPWS Student Coordinator at 559.278.6727 or firstname.lastname@example.org.