Who takes this?
Individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers but desire or are required to be certified in basic emergency medical care, including certification in CPR and the use of an AED
Mental Healthcare Workers
Adult Foster Care Providers
What’s in it?
First Aid Provider, Legal Considerations, Recognizing an Emergency, Deciding to Help, Personal Safety, Infectious Bloodborne Diseases, Standard Precautions, Personal Protective Equipment, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Emergency Moves, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Oxygen and the Human Body, Early Defibrillation, Chain of Survival, Secondary Cardiac Arrest, Opioid Overdose, Cardiac Arrest—Children and Infants, Chest Compressions, Rescue Breaths, CPR Masks and Shields, Unresponsive and Not Breathing—CPR, Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), AED Operation, AEDs – Children and Infants, AED Troubleshooting and Other Considerations, Primary Assessment—Unresponsive, Unresponsive— Recovery Position, Multiple Provider Approach to CPR, Choking, Primary Assessment—Responsive, Secondary Assessment, Control of Bleeding, Tourniquets, Hemostatic Dressings, Internal Bleeding, Shock, Amputation, Impaled Object, Open Chest Injury, Open Abdominal Injury, Head, Neck, or Back Injury, Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb, Burns, Nosebleed, Injured Tooth, Sudden Illness, Altered Mental Status, Fainting, Stroke, Hypoglycemia, Seizure, Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath, Asthma and Inhalers, Severe Allergic Reaction, Pain, Pressure, or Discomfort In Chest, Severe Abdominal Pain, Poisoning, Bites and Stings, Heat Emergencies, Cold Emergencies, Emotional Consideration
How much does it cost?
$55.00 Per Student
How long does the certification last?
When will I get my card?
The day of class, otherwise we will let you know
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