TRAINING, KITS & TOOLS
Years of first-hand experience have provided us with the knowledge and expertise that can help you be be ready with the confidence and ability to handle an emergency, or take the necessary action when the unexpected happens.
Comprehensive Life Saving Medical Training
Basic Life Support and CPR [BLS+CPR]
The Heartsaver® CPR AED Online course is taught in a blended learning format. Students must complete the online portion, followed by the hands-on skills session conducted by an American Heart Association Training Center instructor. Students who successfully complete the online course and skills session, will receive a Heartsaver CPR AED Course Completion card, valid for two years.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support [ACLS]
HeartCode® ACLS Online consists of a cognitive portion that is completed online. A separate psychomotor skills assessment using voice assisted manikins with real-time audio and visual feedback or a skills assessment with an AHA Instructor is required to earn a valid AHA ACLS Provider eCard that is valid for two years.
Stop The Bleed
What stops bleeding? In a STOP THE BLEED® course, you’ll learn three quick techniques to help save a life before someone bleeds out: (1) How to use your hands to apply pressure to a wound; (2) How to pack a wound to control bleeding; (3) How to correctly apply a tourniquet. These three techniques will empower you to assist in an emergency and potentially save a life.
Emergency Oxygen Use
Emergency oxygen can be given for many breathing and cardiac emergencies. It can help improve hypoxia (insufficient oxygen reaching the cells) and reduce pain and breathing discomfort. Oxygen First Aid for Emergencies is designed to give students the knowledge and skills necessary to provide emergency oxygen to a suddenly ill or injured patient until more advanced medical help can be obtained. Supplying emergency oxygen helps meet the patient’s critical need for oxygen. When illness or injury reduces the body’s ability to process oxygen, shock will soon occur, unless the effects of the decreased amount of oxygen in the blood can be reversed. Providing supplemental oxygen early in the emergency can make a vital difference.