The Basic and Advanced Resuscitation Training Center (TC) provides high-quality American Heart Association (AHA) emergency cardiovascular care courses consistent with current AHA guidelines of science, curriculum, policies and procedures. Courses offered include basic and advanced adult and pediatric life support training for student populations and all health care workers.
Training is available for community health care providers and first responders who are not employed at UMMC. To participate in training, non-UMMC personnel must:
To request training pre-approval, contact:Rob Rockhold, PhD, FAPEDeputy Chief Academic Officer(601) 984-2811
The Training Center (TC) is a unit of the Office of Interprofessional Simulation, Training, Assessment, Research and Safety (ISTARS), located within the School of Medicine building at UMMC.
Enter the UMMC campus from Lakeland Drive at the traffic light at Peachtree Drive (directly across from The Meridian apartments). Take the first left onto North University Drive, then take the first right into the gated Parking Lot D. It is a pay-to-park lot. The School of Medicine is adjacent to Lot D, directly facing Lakeland Avenue, at the end of the traffic circle. See interactive campus map.
Please note: Visitors to UMMC's campus may park in Lot D. However, UMMC employees or individuals that share a car with a UMMC employee should park in Garage A. UMMC employees and students are prohibited from parking in Lot D. Any vehicle whose license is registered with the UMMC Parking Office, or which has a UMMC parking tag, will be ticketed and booted. A fee of $100 will be assessed before the boot will be removed.
When you enter the front door of the School of Medicine, the elevators are to your right. Go to the third floor, and turn left. You will see the Training Center sign over the main entrance.
In accordance with local and CDC/WHO recommendations:
If you are unable to attend a class, we request that you cancel your registration as soon as possible. Cancellations the day of the course should be made by calling (601) 984-2811.
We reserve the right to cancel any training classes due to inclement weather where risk of injury due to travel may be involved. Dismissal will occur if a weather alert is issued during a class.The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.