CPR AED Training
Approximately a 3 hour comprehensive course designed to teach members of the general public correct CPR techniques for use on adults, children and infants. The course also includes the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator) as an important part of the CPR sequence for adults, children and infants. Students learn how to relieve choking in a responsive or unresponsive adult, child and infant, and how to use a barrier device to prevent contamination during rescue breathing. This course satisfies the CPR requirement for childcare providers in the State of Maryland. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a certification card valid for two years.
Un curso comprensivo de 3 horas diseñada para enseñar a los miembros del público general la técnica corecta de RCP/CPR para los adultos, niños, y infantes. Tambien el curso cubre el uso del DEA (Desfibrilador Externo Automático) como una parte importante de la secuencia para los adultos, niños, y infantes y cómo utilizar una barrera protective para prevenir la contaminación durante respiración por boca a boca y también como aliviar asfixia. Este curso cumple los requisitos para Los Proveedores de Cuidado de Niños para el Estado de Maryland. A finalizar el curso, los estudiantes reciben una tarjeta de certificación válida para dos años.
CPR and AED Training
Are you prepared to save a life when it matters most? Enroll in our comprehensive CPR and AED Training course and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively in emergency situations. Designed for both healthcare professionals and laypersons, this course provides a thorough understanding of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
During this hands-on training, participants will learn the latest guidelines and best practices for performing CPR on adults, children, and infants. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the step-by-step process, ensuring that you develop the confidence and proficiency needed to perform life-saving interventions. You will acquire essential skills such as assessing the victim’s condition, providing rescue breaths, performing chest compressions, and understanding the importance of early defibrillation.
In addition to CPR techniques, our course emphasizes the proper utilization of AEDs, which are critical devices for restoring a normal heart rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest. You will learn how to identify when an AED is required, how to operate the device safely, and how to apply the electrode pads for maximum effectiveness.
At Rescue One Training for Life, we prioritize interactive learning to enhance your understanding and retention of crucial concepts. Through practical scenarios and simulations, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in realistic emergency situations. Our state-of-the-art training facilities, knowledgeable instructors, and equipment will ensure a hands-on and immersive learning experience.
Upon successful completion of the CPR and AED Training course, participants will receive a recognized certification that remains valid for two years. This certification can be invaluable for healthcare professionals, educators, childcare providers, lifeguards, security personnel, and individuals seeking to improve their emergency response skills.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to learn how to save a life. Contact Rescue One Training for Life today and secure your spot in our CPR and AED Training course. By taking this proactive step, you can be prepared to respond confidently in emergencies, making a significant difference in someone’s life. Register today for an upcoming session.
Remember, your quick actions can be the vital link between life and death. Enroll in our CPR and AED Training course now and become a certified lifesaver with Rescue One Training for Life.
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