The Emergency First Response Airborne Pathogen Awareness Distinctive course provides an understanding of how deseases are transmitted primarily through the respiratory system.
This course will teach you to become familiar with the fundamental systems of transmission, techniques for diminishing transmission hazards using sanitization, use of protective equipment, distancing and airflow.
PRIMARY CARE (CPR)
4.5 to 6 hours
Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) teaches participants how to respond to life-threatening emergencies.
The Emergency First Response CPR & AED course teaches the basic principles of CPR and how to deploy and use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) in an emergency situation.
This course is very popular for annual CPR (re-)training often required for the workplace.
SECONDARY CARE (FIRST AID)
2.5 to 3.5 hours
Emergency First Response Secondary Care (first aid) covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening.
Secondary Skills taught in this course:
Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures
CARE FOR CHILDREN
7 to 8 hours
The Emergency First Response Care for Children course is an innovative CPR, AED and First Aid training course that teaches participants how to provide emergency care for injured or ill children (ages one to eight) and infants less than one year old.
The course includes both primary care (CPR) and secondary care (first aid) skills. The primary care portion of the course prepares the rescuer to help an infant or child with a life-threatening emergency such as choking or cardiac arrest. Secondary care focuses on developing first aid skills and building the rescuer’s confidence to help an infant or child in need when emergency medical services are either delayed or unavailable. The Care for Children course content is based on guidelines from the Pediatric Working Group of ILCOR.