CPR, First Aid, AED Training ($90)
Approximately a 6-hour comprehensive course designed to fulfill the certification needs of a wide variety of lay rescuers and healthcare professionals. CPR techniques for patients aged newborn through adult; AED use for patients of all ages; two-rescuer CPR/AED use; rescue breathing with pocket mask and BVM system, with and without advanced airway; and choking relief for all ages. Upon successful course completion, with a passing score on the written exam, students receive an AHA certification eCard valid for two years. (Course cost includes the student manual).
CPR and AED Training ($90)
Are you prepared to save a life when it matters most? Enroll in our comprehensive CPR and AED Training course and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively in emergencies. Designed for both healthcare professionals and laypersons, this course provides a thorough understanding of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs). During this hands-on training, participants will learn the latest guidelines and best practices for performing CPR on adults, children, and infants. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the step-by-step process, ensuring that you develop the confidence and proficiency needed to perform life-saving interventions. You will acquire essential skills such as assessing the victim’s condition, providing rescue breaths, performing chest compressions, and understanding the importance of early defibrillation. In addition to CPR techniques, our course emphasizes the proper utilization of AEDs, which are critical devices for restoring a normal heart rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest.
You will learn how to identify when an AED is required, how to operate the device safely, and how to apply the electrode pads for maximum effectiveness we prioritize interactive learning to enhance your understanding and retention of crucial concepts. Through practical scenarios and simulations, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in realistic emergencies. Our state-of-the-art training facilities, knowledgeable instructors, and equipment will ensure a hands-on and immersive learning experience. Upon successful completion of the CPR and AED Training course, participants will receive a recognized certification that remains valid for two years. This certification can be invaluable for healthcare professionals, educators, childcare providers, lifeguards, security personnel, and individuals seeking to improve their emergency response skills. Don’t wait until it’s too late to learn how to save a life. Contact Rescue One Training for Life today and secure your spot in our CPR and AED Training course. By taking this proactive step, you can be prepared to respond confidently in emergencies, making a significant difference in someone’s life. Register today for an upcoming session
Basic Life Support for healthcare professionals ($90)
This BLS certification coursework is targeted toward healthcare professionals (HCP), BLS for healthcare providers, and features comprehensive BLS training on how to respond to an assortment of common medical emergencies as a solo or team rescuer. The techniques are most commonly used by trained personnel, including EMTs, paramedics, lifeguards, and other authorities in charge of emergency response efforts. The course teaches medical workers how to perform life-saving techniques on infants, children, and adults. Basic life support essentially aims to keep individuals suffering from life-threatening medical conditions alive in the interim of being transported to the hospital or during transfers to more advanced treatment centers.
What is BLS Certification?
A BLS certification doesn’t have to be expensive or take away too much of your time. We offer credible and convenient online BLS certification training, which strictly adheres to the guidelines of the American Heart Association – AHA and the ECC. When the stakes are high and you need a BLS certification to get or keep your job, you can easily study at your own pace or even do the 13-module course in one go.
What is included?
The BLS course goes into great detail about common BLS processes. There are a total of 13 modules, including:
- CPR – Learn how to perform CPR on infants, children, and adults. Determine the best course of action to take based on underlying circumstances and if and when CPR should cease at any given time. The BLS course further discusses the benefits of combining CPR with AED when properly trained rescuers are present and the right equipment is available.
- CPR modules – address how team resuscitation differs from single-player CPR scenarios. You will also learn about carrying out chest compressions on different demographics, including pregnant women and obese patients. Students will also learn how to clear the airway, improve circulation, and complete mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing if needed.
- AED – Next up on the list of BLS training materials is how and when to use an Automated External Defibrillator or AED. In most cases, this is used after CPR is completed. Students also get a chance to study specific conditions that respond more favorably to AED use, including Ventricular Tachycardia, where a rapid heartbeat is observed. Ventricular Fibrillation is another condition that health care students will learn about during the standard BLS course and training. The AED module furthermore covers additional steps to take for using an automated external defibrillator in special circumstances, such as in cases of trauma, drowning, or electrocution. In cases of Ventricular Fibrillation, it’s essential to get medical intervention as no treatment will result in the loss of blood circulation, and ultimately, the loss of oxygen.
- First Aid Training – It is human nature to make mistakes. When injuries happen as a result of human error or other extenuating circumstances, like a car crash or natural disaster, the BLS course teaches rescuers how to be prepared to help injured parties. The first aid module outlines the best way to stock first aid kits and how to treat common injuries, including nosebleeds, cuts, burns, and fractures, for example.
- Wound Care – Learn how to make a wound diagnosis on the spot and the best practices for dressing different wound types. This module covers basic care treatments for open chest wounds, punctured wounds, amputations, and cuts and scrapes. The wound care unit also emphasizes the importance of keeping wounds clean to reduce the risk of infection.
- The Heart – To better understand the value of basic life support, one has to study how the human heart works. The National CPR Foundation’s well-rounded BLS course and training teaches students the basic structure of the heart and treatments for specific conditions like a cardiac arrest, heart attack, chest pain, or respiratory arrest.
- Fractures – Fractures can range in severity and proper measures should be taken to improve the patient’s chances of recovery and survival. As a health care worker, you will get to read about indicated protocols for fractures, sprains and strains, bruises, and even dental avulsions.
- Burns – Recognize the main classifications of burn injuries (i.e. first, second, and third-degree burns). Then, study how to best treat each type of burn in the interim of rushing patients to the hospital.
- Poisoning – Get familiar with what to do in the event someone overdoses on drugs or ingests toxic chemicals. This unit addresses how to identify poisoning caused by bites and stings and what to do if a patient goes into anaphylaxis shock.
- Hemorrhages and Hypoglycemia – Read all about the four classes of hemorrhaging (loss of blood) and what to do in this event. This model also overviews hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and what to use on hand for restoring a sense of calm and well-being in patients.
- Choking – Learn the best techniques for dislodging objects in the windpipe of infants, children, and adults. The Heimlich maneuver is usually used for older children and adults and video demos of this technique are available in the curriculum. BLS trainees, in addition, learn what to do if patients are unconscious. This module also provides a crash course on the basic treatments for hypothermia and external dehydration.
- Injuries – Find the best ways to treat eye injuries, including black eye or an eye that has been injured by a chemical solution or foreign object. Also, review the best guidelines for handling concussions, head injuries, or spinal injuries.
- Shocks, Seizures, and Strokes – Recognize the signs of all three conditions and how to respond, medically speaking, in the best way possible.
BLS Test – Finally you’ll be able to test your knowledge of our BLS certification course.