CPR123

CPR & First-Aid Classes

Our Classes

Description of Classes

We offer a variety of different classes, ranging from CPR for the layperson (non-healthcare provider), to CPR for healthcare providers in addition to First Aid and emergency response training. Below is a breakdown of the types of classes we offer, in addition to who might need them. Any of them can be interchanged or mixed to meet your specific needs.  

Adult CPR

Includes-  A lecture on the importance of CPR, explains how to recognize and treat Heart Attacks and Strokes, and discusses prudent heart living. Blood borne pathogens and prevention of disease transmission are discussed. Choking (Heimlich Maneuver) and rescue breathing are also covered. More than half of this class consists of actual hands-on practice with Adult-size mannequins. 

Test?- There is no test given for lay people who only attend this class for personal reasons or for a participation only or "Family & friends" type card.  For those who need certification, a written exam will be required.  

Who's this class for?- This class is for pretty much anybody, including parents, corporations, babysitters, etc.  Is usually combined with Child CPR.

Adult/Child/Infant CPR

Includes-  Everything listed above, in addition to Child & Infant CPR, choking, as well as the most common causes of pediatric injuries. This is the most elaborate class offered without a test. Extensive practice is performed on adult, child, and infant mannequins. 

Test?-  There is no test given for lay people who only attend this class for personal reasons or for a participation only or "Family & friends" type card.  For those who need certification, a written exam will be required. 

Who's this class for?- Teachers, Police, Personal Trainers, security personnel, non healthcare providers needing  certification, and anybody who wants to learn CPR!

Child & Infant CPR (PBLS)

Includes-  Can be child or infant, or both, includes a lecture on prevention of most common causes of pediatric injuries. Class can also include a First Aid/Prevention overview. Practice is performed on child and/or infant mannequins. 

Test?- There is no test given for lay people who only attend this class for personal reasons or for a participation only or "Family & friends" type card.  For those who need certification, a written exam will be required. 

Who's this class for? This class is great for new parents as well as those with many children.  Also great for babysitters. 

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS-C)

Includes-  Everything listed above, and includes two-rescuer CPR and use of a Bag Valve Mask (BVM)

Test?- 25 question written exam.

Who's this class for?- Intended for healthcare professionals (MD, DDS, LPN, RN, RDA, RDH, CNA, etc.)

This class satisfies the requirements for hospitals, and all healthcare providers. 

Basic First-Aid

Includes-  Recognizing and treating seizures, bleeding and shock, wounds, burns, head and spine injuries, bone, joint and muscle injuries, sudden illness (fainting, diabetic emergencies), poisoning, cold-related/heat-related emergencies, rescuing and moving victims.   

Test?-   There is no test given for lay people who only attend this class for personal reasons or for a participation only or "Family & friends" type certification.  For those who need certification, a written exam will be required.

Who's this class for?- This class is good for anybody who wants to learn first-aid basics, and gives you a good idea of many things to expect in various emergencies.  

title  Maria & Kurt Howland, LPN's

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