This CPR training course is designed for all healthcare workers in allied health fields. This four hour module for initial training teaches students to perform basic life support (CPR) for adults, children and infants. Use of automated external defibrillators (AED’s) and choking maneuvers are also taught for adults, children and infants. Students are trained in rescue breathing and the use of a bag mask device for assisting breathing during resuscitation efforts along with other forms of personal protective equipment. A written exam is administered and a score of at least 84% is necessary to complete the course successfully.
This 2.5 hour CPR training module focuses on performing basic life support (CPR) and using an automated external defibrillator (AED) for cardiac arrest in adults only. Use of personal protective equipment is also included. This course is recommended for laypersons that may respond and provide emergency care at the workplace. Many offices and industrial settings use this course to meet their OSHA requirements.
All certification cards are valid for a period of two years. It is highly recommended to attend a refresher course prior to the expiration date on the card. The American Heart Association® curriculum is used for these courses.