This course is designed for medical professionals, such as physicians, nurses, carers, and those who are employed in the health care field. This course teaches participants how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on adults, infants, and children (with one and two rescuers), as well as how to use a bag mask, how to treat victims who are awake and unconscious for foreign-body airway obstruction, and how to utilize automated external defibrillation.
This class lasts for a total of three hours. A skills check off and a written test consisting of 25 questions are required to be passed by every participant who successfully completes the course. After finishing the course with flying colors, you will be given a Healthcare Provider Card.
Students learn the crucial skills necessary to respond to and manage a first aid, choking, or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes before emergency medical services (EMS) arrives through the Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, and AED course. This course is taught by the American Heart Association. The care of adults, children, and infants is covered in this class. Everyone who wants to learn how to perform CPR and save lives can benefit from using the Heartsaver program, whether they work in an office, restaurant, with stay-at-home parents, or any other setting. Child care employees could be required to complete a Pediatric Heartsaver Course, which is specific to children. Before enrolling in a class, you should discuss your options with a representative from your company or the compliance contact person.
The Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) course is an advanced training program that emphasizes the significance of effective team dynamics and communication, care delivery systems, and care provided immediately following a cardiac arrest. In addition to that, it discusses the management of airways and the pharmacology associated with that. In this class, students learn new competencies in large group sessions as well as in smaller group settings at learning and assessment stations that present case-based scenarios.
Prior to the start of class, each student is required to acquire a copy of the AHA ACLS Provider Manual. Before coming to class, students are expected to have a working knowledge of the ACLS algorithms, pharmacology guidelines, and recognizing ECG rhythms, which may all be found in the provider manual.
HeartCode PALS Part 1 is an online, self-paced course designed to educate medical professionals on recognizing and preventing pediatric cardiac arrest. The HeartCode PALS group oversees the initiative.
With the use of eSimulation technology, students can practice diagnosing and treating patients in virtual hospitals. In this environment, students can practice their skills and apply their knowledge by tackling real-world problems. Debriefings and coaching are given to students right after each simulation to help them better comprehend pediatric advanced life support.
The Heartsaver® First Aid Online Part 1 Course is a solution that is both convenient and versatile, making it an ideal choice when it comes to the provision of safety training in the workplace. The entire educational experience is broken down into two discrete parts or modules. The first part of this guide offers mental conditioning through the use of independent online study programs. In the second part of the course, students will work side-by-side with an AHA Instructor to apply the knowledge they have recently received. Following the successful completion of both sections, students will be given a completion card that is valid for a period of two years.The cost of taking this class already reflects the inclusion of the mandatory skills assessment.
The Heartsaver® First Aid Online Part 2 Course provides businesses with an option that is both flexible and time-saving for employees who are required to receive safety training. The entirety of the training is broken up into those two components. The cognitive training is delivered in the first part through a series of Web-based, self-paced lessons. In the second part of the course, students are required to conduct a hands-on skills practice session in conjunction with an American Heart Association Instructor. Students who successfully complete both portions of the course are awarded a completion card that is good for a period of two years.This class requires an in-person skills check off, which is already built into the cost of the class.
The Basic Life Support Instructor Course is a curriculum designed to equip American Heart Association (AHA) instructors to teach individuals enrolled in AHA courses the science, skills, and philosophy underlying resuscitation programs. Instructors will be allowed to teach all AHA BLS courses after successfully completing this course, including Healthcare Provider CPR, Heartsaver CPR/AED, Family & Friends CPR, CPR in Schools, First Aid, and Pediatric First Aid. This is a two-part training that consists of an online “Core Instructor Course” as well as a classroom session with our team that lasts for one full day. In order to enroll in this class, you are need to show documentation that you are in possession of a valid BLS for Healthcare Providers card.
This training is appropriate for personnel working in child care facilities, schools, health care facilities, occupational health, maintenance facilities, tattoo parlors, security, state correctional facilities, health and fitness facilities, and any other facility whose employees wish to learn how to protect themselves and others. When combined with other types of training, the Blood Borne Pathogen course is sufficient to satisfy the standards for blood born pathogen training established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This training is completed in one hour, and you will receive your certification on the same day as the class.
Combination training in ASHI CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid provides educators with a convenient choice for catering to the needs of students looking for comprehensive education. The curriculum assists with the development of fundamental knowledge and abilities in first aid, as well as the confidence to respond. Combination training in CPR, AED, and basic first aid is a good alternative for both the community and workplace context, and it complies with the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, as well as the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for first aid. Both of these updates were released in 2015.