CPR and First Aid Training
The meat and potatoes of first responder training. CPR and first aid can be broken down into one or more of the following lessons:
Adult CPR & AED - covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation for victims of puberty (about 12 years old) and older.
Child CPR & AED - covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation for victims of 1 year old to puberty (about 12 years old).
Infant CPR & AED - covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation for victims of less than 1 year old.
First Aid - the standard curriculum teaches participants how to control bleeding, care for injuries wounds and burns, treat life-threatening poisoning or chocking situations, and provide care for sudden illnesses (i.e.diabetic emergency, heart attack, stroke, seizures, etc.)
The length of each class varies on the number of students, previous CPR and first aid experience, as well as the number of lessons you would like included in the training. About 90% of our requests for CPR and first aid training is for adult CPR, AED and first aid. This is considered the standard for the occupational industry and takes approximately 5 - 6 hours to complete.
These classes are taught based on National Safety Council's curriculum. Each student will receive a student workbook, quick reference guide and CD. Although we can also teach classes as instructors with American Heart Association and American Red Cross, we prefer NSC for our targeted audience of occupational safety.
Our training meets the requirements of OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.151