CPR/AED – 2½ hours
This is the current CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) taught to the 2015 Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) standards. Adult, child, and infant CPR as well as emergency action for a choking victim are discussed and demonstrated. Instruction in the use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is included because the AED in combination with CPR gives the sudden cardiac arrest victim the best chance of survival.
Basic First Aid – 2½ hours
This session will help identify common emergencies around the workplace, home and outdoors. Simple first aid procedures are discussed to help you act to lessen the impact of trauma and illness. This course can be tailored to the audience such as ‘home 1st aid’ or ‘workplace 1st aid’.
CPR/AED/1st Aid – 5 hours
This course combines the material listed above into one session.
Healthcare Provider CPR/AED – 5 hours
Healthcare Provider CPR/AED is a course that is designed to provide CPR, AED and airway management skills for healthcare professionals and professional rescuers. Includes skills practice and verification.
BSA Wilderness First Aid – 16 hours
This 16-hour course is required for participation at Boy Scouts of America (BSA) high adventure camps. This class does NOT include CPR/AED instruction. A current CPR/AED Course Completion card is a co-requisite for this course (must be obtained by the time High Adventure camp is attended). This course will cover common first aid situations and emergencies that must be dealt with until rescuers can locate and aid the victim.
Wilderness First Aid/Remote Location – 8 to 36 hours (depending on content)
When emergency medical help is delayed more than one hour, then the companions of the victim must be able to provide care for numerous emergencies until definitive medical care can be summoned. This course can be tailored to the specifics of the group such as hunters, hikers and other recreations.
Babysitting Safety (BLAST!) – 4 hours
Safety in the house and for the kids that you care for. This training is designed for people ages 13 and older, their parents, and parents looking to hire a babysitter, the BLAST! program can prepare children to interview for a babysitting job, select safe and suitable games and activities, prevent accidents, perform first aid, and begin babysitting safely and competently.
Pediatric First Aid for Caregivers and Teachers (PedFACTS) – 4½ hours
This course is specifically designed for teachers, caregivers and parents with small children. The American Academy of Pediatrics developed this course to address the specific first aid needs of children.
Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens – 2 hours
This course meets all of the requirements for the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OHSA) CFR 1910. 1030 required training.
Pet First Aid and Disaster Response – 4 hours
What do you do when your pet is injured and the veterinary clinic is closed? The Pet First Aid & Disaster Response Guide is designed to help pet owners provide temporary, urgent care to pets until they can reach a veterinary or emergency clinic. The text will teach readers to care for their animals before, during, and after an emergency.