First Aid / CPR / Bloodborne Pathogens / AED – Instructor Led

$115.00

MEDIC FIRST AID’s training process, based on proven instructional design theory and practice, utilizes “hearing, seeing, doing, speaking, and feeling” methodology to create student-centered learning and a low-stress learning environment. We use a combination of highly structured, tested, and effective print and video instructional materials. Our primary goal is to meet our clients’ needs using the most effective, modern methods. This course introduces the student to the seven basic skills of patient care: Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Obstructed Airway Techniques, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment and Injury Assessment.



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MEDIC FIRST AID’s training process, based on proven instructional design theory and practice, utilizes “hearing, seeing, doing, speaking, and feeling” methodology to create student-centered learning and a low-stress learning environment. We use a combination of highly structured, tested, and effective print and video instructional materials. Our primary goal is to meet our clients’ needs using the most effective, modern methods. This course introduces the student to the seven basic skills of patient care: Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Obstructed Airway Techniques, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment and Injury Assessment.

Course typically offered every Thursday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Medical Statement
  2. General Patient Primary Assessment
  3. One Rescuer CPR
  4. Use of the AED
  5. Choking
  6. Control of Bleeding
  7. Shock Management
  8. Illness Assessment
  9. Heart Problems
  10. Stroke
  11. Allergic Reactions
  12. Poisoning
  13. Diabetic Emergencies
  14. Epileptic Seizures
  15. Hyperventilation
  16. Injury Assessment
  17. Fractures, Dislocation and Splinting
  18. Head & Chest Injuries
  19. Neck & Back Injuries
  20. Wounds & Bandaging
  21. Exposure to Cold & Heat
  22. Burns
  23. Electrical Injuries
  24. Emergency Moves
  25. Psychological Impact of CPR
  26. Bloodborne Pathogens
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