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CPR & 1ST AID PRICE LIST & COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Courses are offered on demand (when there are enough students to fill a class). Call 259-5557 for scheduling. Custom Scheduling offered for groups of 6 or more.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
EMERGENCY CARDIOVASCULAR CARE PROGRAM
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT

**AHA BLS COURSES BOOK POLICY: In accordance with AHA Policy, all students must possess the CURRENT version of the textbook for each course BEFORE the course and then retain the book for future reference.

BOTH THE HEARTSAVER AND BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS COURSES CERTIFY THE SUCCESSFUL STUDENT FOR TWO YEARS.

Heartsaver Course - Designed for the lay public. Covers adult prudent living, risk factors, heart attack signals and actions and stroke information, appropriate one rescuer actions to take for an adult victim of cardiac arrest & foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO). The Instructor may add other modules as appropriate for the audience such as pediatric CPR/FBAO, barrier devices, or AED explanation as directed by the TC Coordinator. Course participation documentation is given to all attendees regardless of skill level.
Time: About 3 hours.
NO PREREQUISITES. FEES FOR COURSE:

**BOOK: $10.00 Each (Mandatory for New Certification Only)
CERTIFICATION CARD: $1.00 Each
COURSE: $10.00 Each

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Course - Designed for professional healthcare providers (EMTís, Nurses, Physicians) but may be modified for day-care workers, lifeguards, and other non-healthcare professionals (law enforcement, park rangers, guides) whose job it is to respond in an emergency. Includes information on using equipment not readily available to the general public. This course covers one and two rescuer adult, child, and infant cardiac and respiratory arrest and foreign body airway obstruction, recognition and management of Cerebrovascular Accidents, and Transient Ischemic Attacks. Automatic External Defibrillation cognitive and manipulative skills module is mandatory for prehospital healthcare providers. OSHA universal precautions for cross-contamination and barrier devices are taught. Course completion documentation is given to attendees who successfully complete all course requirements. Course content maybe modified by the TC Coordinator to best meet the needs of the students.

Time: About 6 hours.
NO PREREQUISITES, HOWEVER, STUDENTS SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY AND HAVE PREVIOUS BLS CERTIFICATION. WRITTEN EXAM AND SKILLS EXAM REQUIRED.

FEES: ** May be modified on a case-by-case basis based on course content.
BOOK: $20.00 (Mandatory for New Certification Only)
CERTIFICATION CARD: $1.00 Each
COURSE: $10.00 Each

NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL STANDARD 1ST AID & CPR COURSE:
This course is designed for the lay public and industry personnel such as day care and construction workers. It covers emergency action, basic life support, bleeding and shock, wounds, dressings, burns, head and spine injuries, chest, abdominal, and pelvis injuries, bone, joint, and muscle injuries, splinting the extremities, sudden illness, poisoning, bites and stings, cold and heat related emergencies, rescuing and moving victims.

Time: About 8 Hours
NO PREREQUISITE

FEES:
BOOK AND CERTIFICATION CARD: $13.00 / Set (Wilderness $23.00)
COURSE: $43.00 Each
TOTAL $43.00 (Wilderness $53.00)

NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL ADVANCED 1ST AID & CPR COURSE:
This course is designed for first responders. It covers all of the above in great detail and includes practical application.

Time: About 40 Hours
WRITTEN AND SKILLS EXAMS REQUIRED.

FEES:
BOOK AND CERTIFICATION CARD: $13.00 / Set (Wilderness $23.00)
COURSE: $200.00
TOTAL $213.00 (Wilderness $223.00)

BOTH COURSES CERTIFY THE SUCCESSFUL STUDENT FOR THREE YEARS.

** NSC COURSES BOOK POLICY: In accordance with NSC policy, all students must have the CURRENT version of the textbook for each course BEFORE the course and retain the book for future reference. Books mandatory for all courses, new or recertification.

NOTE: BOTH NSC COURSES CAN BE TAUGHT AS WILDERNESS AND REMOTE LOCATION COURSES WITH EMPHASIS ON FIELD TECHNIQUES AND EVACUATION TECHNIQUES FOR THOSE SETTINGS.

Contact E-Mail: John Flahie