CPR/FIRST AID TRAINING

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillator (AED) and first aid courses. These courses combine lectures, interactive video demonstrations and hands-on training in a practice-while-you-watch to teach participants lifesaving skills.

All course times are approximate based on a group of 8 participants and choosen ciriculum. Any CPR/FA courses can be combined.

Course times are as follows:
  • Adult CPR + FA up to 6 hours
  • Adult CPR/AED + FA up to 7 hours
  • Adult, Child, Infant CPR up to 5 hours
  • Adult, Child, Infant CPR + FA up to 7 hours
  • Adult CPR/AED, Child CPR/AED, Infant CPR up to 6.5 hours
  • Adult CPR/AED, Child CPR/AED, Infant CPR + FA CPR up to 8.5 hours
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Course:
Adult CPR
Length:
up to 3.5 Hours
This Course gives participants the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and properly respond to emergencies. Skills to provide basic care for cardiac emergencies and breathing emergencies including choking in adults until advanced medical personnel arrive are included.
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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Course:
Adult CPR/AED
Length:
up to 4.5 Hours
All the skills for Adult CPR plus participants learn to recognize the signs of a heart attack and the difference between heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest. Learn the place an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) holds in the Cardiac Chain of Survival and how to use it to save the life of a victim of sudden cardiac arrest.
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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Course:
First Aid
Length:
up to 3.5 hours as a stand-alone course or 2.5 hours as an add-on to any CPR course
This course gives participants the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic first aid care for injuries and sudden illnesses until advanced medical personnel arrive. This course covers emergencies such as seizures, strokes, diabetic emergencies, heat stroke, hypothermia, poisoning, electrocution, bleeding, burns and injuries to muscles, bones and joints.
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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Course:
Infant Child CPR
Length:
up to 3.5 Hours
Trains parents and caregivers to overcome reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in children 1 -12 years old.
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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Course:
CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer/BLS for the Healthcare Professional
Length:
up to 8 Hours
These courses are designed for those who have a duty to respond in an emergency, such as lifeguards, EMTs, nurses, firefighters and police officers. Emphasis is placed on legal issues and two-rescuer response. Training combines discussions and video with hands-on skills training to promote effective learning and keep participants motivated. The course is based on real-life rescue scenarios and lessons that reinforce decision-making skills, so participants will be confident to respond when an emergency occurs. Course includes:
  • Responding to adults, children and infants experiencing breathing and cardiac emergencies.
  • Using an AED on adults and children.
  • Optional training in use of epinephrine auto-injectors and asthma inhalers
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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Course:
Bloodborne Pathogens
Length:
up to 2 hours as a stand-alone, up to 1 hour as an add-on to any CPR/FA Course
This course will train and provide individuals with an understanding of the intent of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard. How Bloodborne Pathogens are spread; how to help prevent exposure incidents by following work practice controls, using engineering controls and personal protective equipment, practicing good personal hygiene and properly cleaning and disinfecting equipment and supplies; and how to recognize, report and follow up on employee exposures to infectious materials.
Participant Fact Sheet (PDF)
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