We offer Blended Training CPR courses. We have found that students who complete the online course with eSimulation followed by a hands-on skills session have a much greater understanding and retention of the information and skills needed to successfully perform quality CPR. This combination of learning methods is more adaptable to different learning styles. It also allows us to offer hands-on sessions to smaller groups or even individual sessions, in order to work with challenging schedules. You can complete the online course at your convenience, and the hands-on session is much shorter than a full in-person course.
We offer on-site trainings for groups of 4 or more. Discounts are available for groups; contact us for more information.
If you need a different course (Heartsaver adult only, pediatric only, etc), please contact us.
In order to comply with the current AHA COVID-19 guidelines, we are only offering private CPR Training skills sessions at this time.
We are now teaching the updated 2020 American Heart Association Guidelines.
In this workshop we will learn how to give CPR to an infant (up to 1 year of age). You will get the peace of mind of knowing that you are prepared to help your precious little one if needed. We will talk about the common reasons that an infant might need CPR, different compression techniques, how to safely give breaths, and what order you want to do things. We will spend time practicing our skills, and asking questions is encouraged.
This is not a certification course.
Infant Safety & First Aid
Be prepared to keep your baby as safe as possible and to give them the care they need in an emergency. In this workshop we will learn about the most common injuries for infants (up to 1 year of age) and how to prevent and treat them. This will include choking, managing bleeding, broken bones, burns, allergic reactions, breathing problems, poison emergencies, and heat-related emergencies.
We will also talk about safe sleep for infants and ways to reduce the risk of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death, including SIDS.
Heartsaver Adult/Child/Infant CPR, AED, & First Aid: Hands-On Skills Session
This class is for adults with limited or no medical training. It is ideal for parents/caregivers, teachers and other people who need CPR training for their job, and anyone who wishes to be trained in CPR.
Completion of the AHA eLearning online course is required prior to completing the hands-on session. Students will receive an American Heart Association CPR eCard upon successful completion of the course. The class complies with all Washington State (WISHA) and federal (OSHA) requirements.
For the online course, go to https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-first-aid-cpr-aed-online
This course covers the following topics:
- Scene Assessment and Safety
- Medical Emergencies (asthma, allergic reactions, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, seizures)
- Injury Emergencies (bleeding, shock, wounds, spinal inquiries, broken bones and sprains)
- Environmental Emergencies (bites, stings, temperature related injuries, poison emergencies)
- Adult, Child, & Infant CPR (Compressions and Breathing)
- AED use
- Adult, Child, & Infant Choking
BLS/CPR for Healthcare Providers & Professional Rescuers: Hands-On Skills Session
This program is appropriate for professional rescuers: midwives, birth assistants, nurses, EMTs, dental / doctor’s office staff, and many other healthcare professions. Completion of the AHA eLearning online course is required prior to completing the hands-on session. Students will receive an American Heart Association BLS Provider certification eCard upon successful completion.
For the online course, go to BLS/CPR Online Training
For the optional COVID-19 eLearning module, go to https://eu.rhapsode.covid.area9lyceum.com/learner.html
The BLS Provider class covers the following topics:
- Scene Safety and Assessment
- Adult Compressions
- CPR Mask Use
- 1 Rescuer Adult BLS
- AED Use
- Bag Valve Mask Use
- 2-Rescuer Adult BLS
- Child BLS
- Infant BLS
- Adult, Child, and Infant Choking
- Team Dynamics
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.
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