CPR and AED Basic First Aid Courses
Community and Workplace – is for laypeople (not in the medical industry) who want or are required to have CPR and AED knowledge and skills, including emergency response teams in the workplace, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, childcare workers, teachers, parents, and babysitters.
Basic First Aid for the Community and Workplace — The objective of this nationally recognized first aid program is to help students develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond to emergencies. This program is an objective driven, skills-based program that covers emergency response, severe bleeding and shock, soft-tissue injuries, bone, joint, and muscle injuries, medical emergencies, heat in addition, cold-related illness and injury, and more. This program is consistent with recommendations of the 2020 National First Aid Science Advisory Board and OSHA’s best practices for first aid training programs in the workplace.
We offer CPR and AED along with Basic First Aid Course in several different formats.
Instructor Led – The course is delivered by the instructor via video and lecture and is interactive. CPR/AED requires hands on with the manikins for the skills, and skills testing part of the class. At the end of the course, a test is administered. A proficient demonstration of the hands-on skills, and a passing score on the written test will result in a certification.
Blended Learning / Hybrid Course – There are two parts to this class: Online course work, and In-person hands-on skills demonstration. All participants will have access to the online course work, which is delivered to them through email. Participants will need to access the course from computer, or laptop. Tablets, as long as they are larger than 10” will work too. The online course DOES NOT work on cell phones. Participants are expected to complete the course prior to the scheduled hands-on skills practical and testing date (Part-two). During part- two of the course, all participants will participate, and demonstrate the skills, and key knowledge set forth by HSI / ASHI’s curriculum specifications. A proficient demonstration of the hands-on skills, and a passing score on the written test will result in a certification.
Basic Life Support CPR This program is designed for the health care worker: EMT’s, Firefighters, Paramedics, Nurses, Public Safety Officers (Police), etc. The program covers CPR for the Adult, Child and Infant. The program also includes two-person CPR, and the use of barrier devices.
ADDITIONAL HEALTH COURSE OFFERINGS
Blood-borne Pathogens — This course includes information that will help you understand what bloodborne pathogens are, and how you can reduce the risk of exposure for yourself and others. The program assists in satisfying the training requirements of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standards, (29CFR 1910.1030). Course Length: 2 Hours
Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) – This program is a community education program that covers child safety and basic care techniques for infants and children. The program stresses the priority to keep the babysitter and the children they care for safe. Babysitting is not just “watching” the children but being responsible for their safety and well-being. When caring for a child, you are taking care of a parent’s most cherished treasure.
Emergency Oxygen Administration — In this course, it will provide detailed information on complying with the FDA requirements for training in oxygen administration. The course is very beneficial for medical personnel and for the laypeople that may be in charge of administering oxygen as a therapy. Course Length: 2 Hours
Emergency Care & Safety Institute Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention — teaches coaches how to administer basic first aid to sick and injured athletes as well as ways to prevent illnesses and injuries from occurring. Course Length: 12 to 16 hours This course can be tailored to a specific sport, and types of sport injuries associated to the sport.
Additional Information: Why Learn CPR?
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