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Class Details:

The ECSI CPR AED FIRST AID course provides clear, concise directions on how to perform the skills listed below. You will gather knowledge of CPR AED and First Aid for victims of all ages and sizes.

The course focus is on the ability to recognize, respond to, and treat emergencies such as sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, injuries, allergic reactions, etc. You will learn basic first aid skills that prevent and minimize injury, provide comfort, and maximize care that can help save a life.

The student will receive a pocket-size CPR First Aid manual. Upon successful completion of the course training, you will receive an ECSI certification e-card.

Please wear comfortable clothing. You will be practicing skills that require, bending, standing, kneeling, and possibly lifting.

Duration: 4 hour
Type: In person only
Cost: $ 150.00 per person (In person – group)

Cost: $ 350.00 per person (In person – private)
plus $ 85.00/additional person

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Topics Covered

CPR/AED (Adult/Child/Infant)

  • Proper Placement for high quality compressions
  • Appropriate speed and depth
  • Instructions and preparation for activating the Emergency response system (911)
  • Safety and proper use of an AED

Medical Illnesses

  • Asthma
  • Severe Allergic Reactions
  • Heart Attack & Stroke
  • Fainting/ Seizures/Shock
  • Diabetic Emergencies
  • Simple Pregnancy Complications

Choking (Adult/Child/Infant)

  • Proper Placement and technique
  • Legal aspects “The Good Samaritan Law”
  • Alleviation for Self-Choking
  • Mild vs. Severe choking

Environmental Emergencies

  • Animal Bites (Snake/Reptile)
  • Arthropod Bites and Stings (spiders)
  • Marine Animal Injuries
  • Heat/Cold-Related Emergencies
  • Poisoning (household chemicals)
  • Poison Ivy, Poison Oak
  • Poison Sumac

Injury Emergencies

  • Bleeding Control
  • Wound Care
  • Blisters and burns
  • Nose/Tooth + Eye/Ear Injuries
  • Impaled/Embedded Object
  • Amputations and Avulsions
  • Head and Spinal Injuries
  • Chest & Abdominal Injuries
  • Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries
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