Combination CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid Training
The program helps develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond. CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid Combination training is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and is consistent with recommendations of the National First Aid Science Advisory Board and OSHA’s best practices for first aid training programs in the workplace.
Individuals who require or desire CPR, AED, and first aid knowledge and skills; including emergency response teams in business and industry, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, child care workers, teachers, parents, and babysitters.
Successful Completion (Certification)
* 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.
Altered Mental Status• Amputation• Asthma• Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)• Basic AED Operation• Basic CPR-Chest Compressions• Basic CPR-Primary Assessment• Basic CPR-Rescue Breaths• Bites and Stings• Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath• Burns• Chain of Survival• Chain of Survival for Children• Chemicals in the Eye• Choking• Cold Emergencies• Control of Bleeding• CPR and AED Provider• Deciding to Help• Diabetic Emergencies• Disease Transmission and Universal Precautions• Early Defibrillation• Emergency Medical Services (EMS)• Emergency Moves• Emotional Considerations• EpiPen® Auto-Injectors• First Aid Provider• Head, Neck, or Back Injury• Heat Emergencies• Impaled Object• Impaled Object in the Eye• Injured Tooth• Internal Bleeding• Legal Considerations• Managing Shock• Metered-Dose Inhalers• Nebulizers• Nosebleed• Open Abdominal Injury• Open Chest Injury• Pain, Severe Pressure, or Discomfort In Chest• Personal Safety• Poisoning• Primary Assessment-Responsive• Primary Assessment-Unresponsive• Recognizing an Emergency• Respiratory and Circulatory Systems• Secondary Assessment• Seizure• Severe Abdominal Pain• Severe Allergic Reaction• Splinting• Stroke• Sudden Cardiac Arrest• Sudden Illness• Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb• Tourniquets• Troubleshooting and Other Considerations• Unresponsive and Breathing- Recovery Position• Unresponsive and Not Breathing-CPR