Course Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography
William Feldpausch Bill has been teaching CPR and First Aid for over 30 years. He is a licensed EMT, who also teaches in the EMT Academy at LCC. He has taught private CPR courses for 30 years as well. Bill considers it a personal and professional goal to teach lifesaving skills to as many people as possible.
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Dustin Jermalowicz Dustin Jermalowicz is an FAA Part 107 licensed UAS operator and current FAA Part 61 student pilot. Based out of Midland, Dustin provides UAS services to commercial, non-profit, and government entities throughout the United States. In the past, he has worked with city municipalities, the State of Michigan, U.S. EPA, and dozens of commercial enterprises. His area of expertise comes in the field of orthomosaic mapping and scientific data collection. Dustin currently serves on the Aviation Advisory Commission for the city of Midland. In his spare time, you can find him zooming around in his Cessna 172. Dustin looks forward to passing on his knowledge in UAS systems to students at LCC, helping them further their careers.
Augustine SYROVY Augustine Syrovy joined MIOSHA in 2018. He serves in the Consultation Education and Training Division as an occupational safety advisor and consultant to businesses, industry, unions, employee groups, schools, colleges, municipalities, counties, and other state agencies. He assists these groups in collecting, organizing and reviewing information in workplaces to determine what types of occupational hazards may be present and likely to affect workers. He works with management and employees alike to prevent, control and eliminate known or potential hazards. In addition, Augustine develops and delivers occupational safety training seminars to his constituents. He covers Washtenaw, Jackson, Eaton, Ingham, Livingston and southwest Oakland counties. Prior to joining MIOSHA, Augustine was a fire service Captain and member of a county technical rescue team which responded to high angle rope, confined space, trench and structural collapse rescues. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Fire Technology from Siena Heights University.
MIOSHA - State of MI
Richard Williams Two weeks after initial CPR training in 1992, Rick's dad passed away despite his early CPR and advanced care that came later. Rick became a CPR instructor in 1997. He has trained over a thousand students a year ever since! Rick has had about a dozen former students who shared that they have been able to help save a life. Rick feels that although these student success stories will not bring back his dad, it does fuel his resolve to continue to make a difference for others.