First Aid Program
First Aid Classes
Prepares individuals to perform basic first-aid procedures in cases of emergencies. Learn how to prevent accidents in the home and on the job. Adult CPR. Provides two-year certification.
Prepares students to perform basic first-aid procedures in cases of emergencies. Learn how to prevent accidents in the home and on the job. Adult and infant CPR. Provides three-year certification.
This course will focus on: EMT roles and responsibilities, airway management, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, anatomy and physiology, documentation, lifting and moving, and communications. Course includes practical labs and a total of 10 hours of clinical experience in the Emergency Department to provide direct hands-on experience. Special application is required before registration.
This course provides two year American Heart Association (AHA) Health care Provider certification in basic first aid and CPR. Students will be instructed in adult and pediatric CPR, foreign body airway obstruction, automatic external defibrillation and the basic skills necessary to provide first aid assistance in emergency situations. Class is based on nationally recognized standards from AHA and National Safety Council. Students will perform chest compressions and rescue maneuvers and should be prepared for extended stretches of time spent on the floor practicing CPR and first aid procedures.