The American Heart Association CPR program for the general public includes Adult, Infant and Child CPR and choking procedures as well as training in the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). The text used in the program can be purchased at the end of the class if the student would like to have a reference book. A course completion card will be issued the day of the program and is good for 2 years.
Approximately 3 hours
This is a nationally recognized program that meets the OSHA standard for first aid training. This program has also been approved by the DHR of Maryland. The topics covered include both infant and adult, Good Samaritan, emergency response, triage, patient exam, BSI, bleeding, shock, burns, strains, sprains, fractures, splinting, spinal injury, medical emergencies, asthma, diabetic illnesses, seizure, allergic reaction, stroke, poisoning, poisonous plants, bites, stings, heat and cold and specific body injuries. This program usually takes three hours but can take as long as four hours to complete due to the class involvement and questions. A textbook is provided and a course completion card will be issued the day of the class good for 2 years.
Class time: Approximately 4 hours
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