ADULT AND PEDIATRIC FIRST AID CPR/AED

Child Bandaged Foot

Certification Period
2 Years

Course Length
5 hours

Student / Instructor Ratio
12/1

Student / Equipment Ratio
1/1

Class Delivery Types

Traditional Classroom

This course is available in Blended Learning with In-Person, Instructor-Led Skills Session

Required for Successful Completion

Written Evaluation
Optional

Skills Evaluation
Students must perform required skills competently without assistance.

Successful completion is based on achievement of the core learning objectives rather than a prescribed instruction time.

Student certification requirements

• Written evaluation: Required when specified by organizational, local, or State regulation. It is recommended for designated responders with a duty or employer expectation to respond in an emergency, and provide first aid care.

• Performance evaluation: All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

The goal of the HSI Pediatric First Aid | CPR AED training program is for participants to gain or improve knowledge and skill proficiency in Pediatric First Aid and/or CPR AED for adult, child, and infant.

This program includes flexible instructional tools for developing proficiency via demonstration and prompted practice, including scenario-based problem-solving exercises with feedback.

HSI Pediatric First Aid | CPR AED reflects the latest resuscitation science and treatment recommendations published by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR), and it conforms with the 2020 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC and the annual Guidelines Update.

Training Considerations

Course Fee: $95.00 per student

The course is not available for open enrollment at this time. However, we are taking school, corporate, daycare center bookings.

This course is available for on-site training only for groups of five (5) or more.  Twelve (12) students is our cut off point for a single instructor.

Course Timeline

The Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED class runs 4-6 hours.

The space required is roughly 17 sq. ft. per student in classroom.

Practical skills and scenario based training requires an indoor open space.

Class Audience

The intended audience is for individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers, but desire or are occupationally required to be trained, and certified in Pediatric First Aid and/or CPR AED for the child, infant and adult.

Child Bandaged Foot

Class topics

• Child and Infant Cardiac Arrest
• Adult Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)
• Child, Infant, and Adult:
Assessment & Chest Compressions
• Adult Rescue Breathing & Using a CPR Mask
• Using an AED
• One-Provider CPR AED
• Suspected Opioid-Associated Emergency
• Relief of Choking
• First Aid Assessment • Drowning
• Severe, Life-Threatening External Bleeding
• Shock
• Minor Wounds
• Tooth and Eye Injuries

• Bleeding from the Nose
• Impaled Objects
• Amputation
• Internal Bleeding
• Open Wounds
• Head, Neck, or Spinal Injury
• Concussion
• Shaken Baby Syndrome
• Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries
• Burns
• Altered Mental Status
• Poisoning
• Difficulty Breathing and Asthma
• Severe Allergic Reaction
• Seizure
• Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
• Presyncope and Syncope
• Heat and Cold Emergencies
• Bites and Stings

About Your Instructor

(L) Thomas Bliss

Captain Thomas E. Bliss is a Licensed USCG Master Mariner & Emergency Medical Responder.

Thomas logs thousands of hours each year in various safety training courses from BT (formerly BST), Emergency Medical Responder, complex SAR (Search and Rescue) training courses, and Fast Rescue Boat OTW operations.

Captain Bliss continues to honorably serve with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary as a COXSWAIN, USCG District 13, and as the USCG AUX Gig Harbor Detachment Leader.

 

Training Site & Course Fees

Client Training Site

Providing the client has appropriate  facilities; we can conduct the entire training program on your site.

Classroom facilities must ensure student comfort, and be spacious enough to accommodate all students, the instructor, and associated training gear.

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