Class Schedule

A Valid AHA Provider Card is required for all renewal courses.

Precourse Assessment is required for ACLS and PALS Courses, please call for additional info.

The ACLS course builds on the foundation of lifesaving Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. This advanced course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology.

Skills are taught in large-group sessions and small-group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

The ACLS course covers:

  • ACLS algorithms
  • immediate post-cardiac-arrest care
  • airway management
  • rhythm recognition
  • high-quality CPR
  • 1-rescuer CPR AED
  • effective resuscitation team dynamics
  • science overview (update course)
  • BLS and ACLS surveys
  • ACS
  • Megacode treatment
  • identification and initial care of other life-threatening clinical situations (such as stroke).

 

Do You Need BLS? You can also get your BLS for Healthcare Providers Certification during this course by adding the AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Online  Course from the menu below. Complete Part 1 online via the Internet, print the completion certificate and bring it with you on the day of the course. Complete Part 2 & 3 "skills check" to get your official American Heart Association certification card the day of this course. BLS Online & Skills Course Cost $80

 

MANDATORY PRECOURSE MATERIAL

Before you come to your scheduled ACLS course, the American Heart Association has made it mandatory that you complete the ACLS Self Assessment and Pre-Test and score a 70% or higher to participate in the ACLS Course. Last minute registrations will cause a problem as students will not have enough time to complete the precourse materials and may have to be rescheduled in order to participate fully in the course.

This assessment can only be taken on a PC Mac/Win, you are required to print out your results and bring them with you to class to present them to your instructor. failure to do so may require your class be rescheduled until you are compliant.

We have also included the link below to the American Heart Association’s Student Website. Please enter the code, “acls15” in the box that you find on the webpage, then complete the test, and then print out the page with your score and bring it to your class. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email. 

Pre-test Website Access Portal:

http://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/ecc.jsp?pid=ahaecc.studentlanding

Code: acls15

This pre-test can be taken more than once to improve and refine your knowledge

 

The ACLS course builds on the foundation of lifesaving Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. This advanced course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology.

Skills are taught in large-group sessions and small-group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

The ACLS course covers:

  • ACLS algorithms
  • immediate post-cardiac-arrest care
  • airway management
  • rhythm recognition
  • high-quality CPR
  • 1-rescuer CPR AED
  • effective resuscitation team dynamics
  • science overview (update course)
  • BLS and ACLS surveys
  • ACS
  • Megacode treatment
  • identification and initial care of other life-threatening clinical situations (such as stroke).

 You may register for the renewal course only if your card is still valid.  In order to prove the card is valid, you must show up to the class with the original AHA ACLS card that is not expired.  We honor the expiration date on the card until the end of the month it is set to expire on.  If your card is not valid, you will be asked to pay the remaining price difference so you may take the initial course.  We do not offer refund so please make sure your card is indeed valid for renewal before

Do You Need BLS? You can also get your BLS for Healthcare Providers Certification during this course by adding the AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Online  Course from themenu below. Complete Part 1 online via the Internet, print the completion certificate and bring it with you on the day of the course. Complete Part 2 & 3 "skills check" to get your official American Heart Association certification card the day of this course. BLS Online & Skills Course Cost $80

 

MANDATORY PRECOURSE MATERIAL

Before you come to your scheduled ACLS course, the American Heart Association has made it mandatory that you complete the ACLS Self Assessment and Pre-Test and score a 70% or higher to participate in the ACLS Course. Last minute registrations will cause a problem as students will not have enough time to complete the precourse materials and may have to be rescheduled in order to participate fully in the course.

This assessment can only be taken on a PC Mac/Win, you are required to print out your results and bring them with you to class to present them to your instructor. failure to do so may require your class be rescheduled until you are compliant.

We have also included the link below to the American Heart Association’s Student Website. Please enter the code, “acls15” in the box that you find on the webpage, then complete the test, and then print out the page with your score and bring it to your class. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email. 

Pre-test Website Access Portal:

http://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/ecc.jsp?pid=ahaecc.studentlanding

Code: acls15

This pre-test can be taken more than once to improve and refine your knowledge

This Web-based eLearning course provides the cognitive portion (Part 1) of the Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course, and can be used for initial or renewal certification. Features eSimulation technology to let students participate in realistic patient scenarios, assess patients, and formulate treatment – online and at your own pace. Course participants who successfully complete Part 1 receive a certificate granting them entrance to a skills practice session (Part 2) and skills test (Part 3) with a certified American Heart Association ACLS instructor, which you must pass to qualify for an ACLS course card. The course is PC and Mac compatible. Please allow 20 - 45 min to receive the course by email.

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

 

Part 2 & Part 3 Skills Practice / Testing                                                                         

To complete the AHA ACLS Online Part 2 and 3 (Skills Practice and Skills Testing) the student must demonstrate proficiency in providing ACLS skills, including running the Megacode. The testing atmosphere will be informal and will allow students to practice skills prior to skills testing. The practice and testing will be conducted by a certified AHA Instructor. Upon successful completion you will receive your certification card on the same day. Skills testing will take approximately one hour.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

   

 

All Prospective participants in an instructor Course must:

 
  • Have current Provider status in the discipline they wish to teach
  • Have completed an Instructor Candidate Application (Provided During Registration)
  • Have the most recent edition of the AHA Provider Manual for the discipline they wish to teach (Provided During Registration)
  • Complete the discipline specific Instructor Essentials Online Course (Provided During Registration)  

STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN MATERIALS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE COURSE.

STUDENT CAN PICK UP MATERIALS AT THE VALLEY STREAM LOCATION OR MATERIALS CAN BE SHIPPED. PLEASE CALL 516-780-7016 TO ENSURE THAT SOMEONE IS AVAILABLE AT THE DATE/TIME YOU WILL BE AVAILABLE.

 

The following are the steps to become an AHA Instructor:

 

  • Complete the classroom discipline specific Instructor Course (Given On The Date Above)
  • Be successfully monitored teaching a course by Training Center Faculty / Regional Faculty

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course is designed to provide a wide variety of certified or noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed, healthcare professionals with the skills to keep people alive until they can be brought to a hospital or be treated with more advanced lifesaving measures.

 

The BLS course covers:

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  • adult and pediatric CPR

  • two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag-valve mask

  • foreign-body airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious)

  • automated external defibrillation (includes child AED update)

  • special resuscitation situations

  • other cardiopulmonary emergencies

  • stroke and cardiac arrest 

 

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course is designed to provide a wide variety of certified or noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed, healthcare professionals with the skills to keep people alive until they can be brought to a hospital or be treated with more advanced lifesaving measures.

 

The BLS course covers:

____________________________________________________________________________________________

 

  • adult and pediatric CPR

  • two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag-valve mask

  • foreign-body airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious)

  • automated external defibrillation (includes child AED update)

  • special resuscitation situations

  • other cardiopulmonary emergencies

  • stroke and cardiac arrest 

 

 

 

Prerequisites

All Prospective participants in an instructor Course must:
 
  • Have current Provider status in the discipline they wish to teach
  • Have completed an Instructor Candidate Application (Provided During Registration)
  • Have the most recent edition of the AHA Provider Manual for the discipline they wish to teach (Provided During Registration)
  • Complete the discipline specific Instructor Essentials Online Course (Provided During Registration)  

STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN MATERIALS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE COURSE.

STUDENT CAN PICK UP MATERIALS AT THE VALLEY STREAM LOCATION OR MATERIALS CAN BE SHIPPED.PLEASE CALL 516-780-7016 PRIOR TO COMING TO PICK UP MATERIALS TO ENSURE THAT SOMEONE IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU

 

The following are the steps to become an AHA Instructor:

 

  • Complete the classroom discipline specific Instructor Course (Given On The Date Above)
  • Be successfully monitored teaching a course by Training Center Faculty / Regional Faculty
  • PLEASE CALL 516-780-7016 PRIOR TO COMING TO OUR VALLEY STREAM LOCATION TO PICK UP MATERIALS TO ENSURE THAT SOMEONE IS AVAILABLE

Includes a series of modules (Part 1) that cover all required material in the Healthcare Provider Course. Participants complete the HCP exam online. Those who successfully complete Part 1 receive a certificate, and can take a skills validation test with an AHA instructor (and earn a course completion card).

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 


 

To complete the AHA BLS Online Part 2 and 3 (Skills Practice and Skills Testing) the student must demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS skills, including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating AED use. Upon successful completion of skills testing, students will receive an American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers certification card on the same day. Skills testing will take approximately 30-45 minutes.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

 

A precourse option for ACLS students and other healthcare providers -- and for ACLS students who need to improve after the ACLS precourse self-assessment test -- this course is divided into two modules, which are taught together. 

 

Skills taught in the ECG module include:

 

  • heart anatomy
  • basic electrophysiology
  • normal ECG measurements
  • basic arrhythmias

 

Skills taught in the Pharmacology module include:

 

  • basic ACLS drugs and usage
  • drugs, doses, and routes of administration during cardiovascular emergencies
  • integrating basic drug pharmacology into ACLS algorithms

hands-on CPR AED training, the Heartsaver CPR AED course covers:

 

  • Adult CPR AED
  • Adult Choking
  • Child CPR AED (optional module)
  • Infant CPR (optional module)
  • Child and Infant Choking (optional module)

 

The Heartsaver ® CPR AED course is intended for all individuals who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements, including:

 

  • Child Care Workers
  • security guards
  • airline personnel
  • police
  • firefighters

 

It is also appropriate for lay rescuers who may have a need to respond to an emergency in the workplace, and family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death.

 

Includes a series of modules (Part 1) that cover all required material in the Heartsaver CPR AED Course. Participants complete the Heartsaver course online. Those who successfully complete Part 1 receive a certificate, and can take a skills validation test with an AHA instructor (and earn a course completion card).

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

Skills testing is available days, evenings and weekends!

 

 

To complete the AHA Heartsaver CPR AED Online Part 2 and 3 (Skills Practice and Skills Testing) the student must demonstrate proficiency in providing Heartsaver CPR skills, including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating AED use. Upon successful completion of skills testing, students will receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR AED certification card on the same day. Skills testing will take approximately 30-45 minutes.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

Skills testing is available days, evenings and weekends!

 

The Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED course, which teaches participants critical skills and knowledge needed to respond to and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrives. This course also teaches adult CPR AED. The course is based on the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

 

Key Features and Benefits

The Course includes:

  • first aid basics (including scene safety, finding the problem, and calling for help)
  • medical emergencies (including actions for choking, breathing problems, and shock)
  • injury emergencies (including actions for bleeding, broken bones, and burns)
  • environmental emergencies (including actions for bites and stings, and temperature-related and poison emergencies)
  • adult CPR AED
  • child CPR AED (optional module)
  • infant CPR (optional module)

Includes a series of modules (Part 1) that cover all required material in the Heartsaver First Aid with CPR AED Course. Participants complete the Heartsaver course online. Those who successfully complete Part 1 receive a certificate, and can take a skills validation test with an AHA instructor (and earn a course completion card).

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 


 

 

To complete the AHA Heartsaver First Aid with CPR AED Online Part 2 and 3 (Skills Practice and Skills Testing) the student must demonstrate proficiency in providing Heartsaver CPR skills, including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating AED use, as well as Heartsaver First Aid skills. Upon successful completion of skills testing, students will receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid with CPR AED certification card on the same day. Skills testing will take approximately 30-45 minutes.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 


 

Prerequisites

All Prospective participants in an instructor Course must:
 
  • Have current Provider status in the discipline they wish to teach
  • Have completed an Instructor Candidate Application (Provided During Registration)
  • Have the most recent edition of the AHA Provider Manual for the discipline they wish to teach (Provided During Registration)
  • Complete the discipline specific Instructor Essentials Online Course (Provided During Registration)  

STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN MATERIALS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE COURSE.

STUDENT CAN PICK UP MATERIALS AT THE VALLEY STREAM LOCATION OR MATERIALS CAN BE SHIPPED.;PLEASE CALL 516-780-7016 TO ENSURE THAT SOMEONE IS AVAILABLE ON THE DATE/TIME YOU WOULD LIKE TO COME IN.

 

The following are the steps to become an AHA Instructor:

 

  • Complete the classroom discipline specific Instructor Course (Given On The Date Above)
  • Be successfully monitored teaching a course by Training Center Faculty / Regional Faculty

REGULATIONS GOVERNING RESPIRATOR PROGRAMS

29 cfr 1910.134 sets the regulations regarding the use of respirators, and specify that the employer supply respirators suitable for the specific environments that the employees must work. Let’s look at some of the requirements this regulation sets:

 

  • Requires employers to supply NIOSH-certified respirators to the employees.

 

  • Respirator Protection Program – Requires that the employer develop a written respirator protection plan with work-site specific procedures and elements.  In addition, a trained program administrator must be appointed to oversee the program.

 

  • Requires medical evaluation of employees who are required to use respirators.  The physician or health care provider administering this evaluation will render a determination to whether or not the employee may use a respirator, list any limitations in the use of a respirator, and indicate the necessity of any follow ups.

 

  • Provide employee with the results of the evaluation.

 

  • Provide annual Fit-Testing for any employee who will wear a respirator.

 

  • Train the employee on:

 

-                the use of the respirator, including cleaning, storing, inspecting, and discarding the respirator

-                the procedure to don and doff the respirator

-                any emergency procedures appropriate for that respirator

-                the respiratory hazard(s) for which the respirator is being used

 

  • Record Keeping – the employer must keep records on:

-                Medical evaluations

-                Copy of respirator program

-                Fit Testing, which includes:

  • Employee names and IDs
  • Date of Test
  • Type of fit-test performed
  • Qualitative and quantitative results
  • Test agent
  • Specific model respirator
  • Results of tests

 

-                any other  required written materials

This instructor-led, classroom-based PALS course is an essential resource for training physicians, nurses, and emergency medical care providers in PALS. Also useful as a pre- and post-course reference book. Based on the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

The PALS course covers:

The classroom- and video-based, instructor-led PALS course uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics. The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. Manual includes information on:

  • pediatric emergencies
  • concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment
  • BLS
  • PALS treatment algorithms
  • effective resuscitation
  • team dynamics.

 

Do You Need BLS? You can also get your BLS for Healthcare Providers Certification during this course by adding the AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Online  Course from themenu below. Complete Part 1 online via the Internet, print the completion certificate and bring it with you on the day of the course. Complete Part 2 & 3 "skills check" to get your official American Heart Association certification card the day of this course. BLS Online & Skills Course Cost $80

 

MANDATORY PRECOURSE MATERIAL

Before you come to your scheduled ACLS course, the American Heart Association has made it mandatory that you complete the ACLS Self Assessment and Pre-Test and score a 70% or higher to participate in the ACLS Course. Last minute registrations will cause a problem as students will not have enough time to complete the precourse materials and may have to be rescheduled in order to participate fully in the course.

This assessment can only be taken on a PC Mac/Win, you are required to print out your results and bring them with you to class to present them to your instructor. failure to do so may require your class be rescheduled until you are compliant.

We have also included the link below to the American Heart Association’s Student Website. Please enter the code, “compression” in the box that you find on the webpage, then complete the test, and then print out the page with your score and bring it to your class. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email. 

Pre-test Website Access Portal:

http://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/ecc.jsp?pid=ahaecc.studentlanding

Code: PALS15

 

This pre-test can be taken more than once to improve and refine your knowledge

This instructor-led, classroom-based PALS course is an essential resource for training physicians, nurses, and emergency medical care providers in PALS. Also useful as a pre- and post-course reference book. Based on the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

The PALS course covers:

The classroom- and video-based, instructor-led PALS course uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics. The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. Manual includes information on:

  • pediatric emergencies
  • concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment
  • BLS
  • PALS treatment algorithms
  • effective resuscitation
  • team dynamics.

You may register for the renewal course only if your card is still valid.  In order to prove the card is valid, you must show up to the class with the original AHA PALS card that is not expired.  We honor the expiration date on the card until the end of the month it is set to expire on.  If your card is not valid, you will be asked to pay the remaining price difference so you may take the initial course.  We do not offer refund so please make sure your card is indeed valid for renewal before

 

Do You Need BLS? You can also get your BLS for Healthcare Providers Certification during this course by adding the AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Online  Course from themenu below. Complete Part 1 online via the Internet, print the completion certificate and bring it with you on the day of the course. Complete Part 2 & 3 "skills check" to get your official American Heart Association certification card the day of this course. BLS Online & Skills Course Cost $80

 

MANDATORY PRECOURSE MATERIAL

Before you come to your scheduled ACLS course, the American Heart Association has made it mandatory that you complete the ACLS Self Assessment and Pre-Test and score a 70% or higher to participate in the ACLS Course. Last minute registrations will cause a problem as students will not have enough time to complete the precourse materials and may have to be rescheduled in order to participate fully in the course.

This assessment can only be taken on a PC Mac/Win, you are required to print out your results and bring them with you to class to present them to your instructor. failure to do so may require your class be rescheduled until you are compliant.

We have also included the link below to the American Heart Association’s Student Website. Please enter the code, “compression” in the box that you find on the webpage, then complete the test, and then print out the page with your score and bring it to your class. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email. 

Pre-test Website Access Portal:

http://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/ecc.jsp?pid=ahaecc.studentlanding

Code: PALS15

 

This pre-test can be taken more than once to improve and refine your knowledge

The official PALS eLearning program from the American Heart Association HeartCode PALS completes the American Heart Association’s HeartCode portfolio, offering healthcare providers a self-directed learning option that delivers training needed to recognize and prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children.Course participants who successfully complete Part 1 receive a certificate granting them entrance to a skills practice session (Part 2) and skills test (Part 3) with a certified American Heart Association ACLS instructor, which you must pass to qualify for an ACLS course card. The course is PC and Mac compatible. Please allow 20 - 45 min to receive the course by email.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

Skills testing is available days, evenings and weekends!

 

Part 2 & Part 3 Skills Practice /Testing.                                                                          

To complete the AHA PALS Online Part 2 and 3 (Skills Practice and Skills Testing) the student must demonstrate proficiency in providing PALS skills, including running the Megacode. The testing atmosphere will be informal and will allow students to practice skills prior to skills testing. The practice and testing will be conducted by a certified AHA Instructor. Upon successful completion you will receive your certification card on the same day. Skills testing will take approximately one hour.

 

ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT ONLINE PART 1 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF THE SKILLS TEST

 

YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PART 2 (PRACTICE) & PART 3 (SKILLS TESTING)

 

PLEASE CALL: (516) 780-7016

 

Skills testing is available days, evenings and weekends!

 

 

Prerequisites

All Prospective participants in an instructor Course must:
 
  • Have current Provider status in the discipline they wish to teach
  • Have completed an Instructor Candidate Application (Provided During Registration)
  • Have the most recent edition of the AHA Provider Manual for the discipline they wish to teach (Provided During Registration)
  • Complete the discipline specific Instructor Essentials Online Course (Provided During Registration)  

STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN MATERIALS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE COURSE.

STUDENT CAN PICK UP MATERIALS AT THE VALLEY STREAM LOCATION OR MATERIALS CAN BE SHIPPED. PLEASE CALL 516-780-7016 PRIOR TO PICKING UP MATERIALS TO ENSURE THAT SOMEONE IS AVAILABLE ON THE DATE/TIME YOU ARE REQUESTING.

 

The following are the steps to become an AHA Instructor:

 

  • Complete the classroom discipline specific Instructor Course (Given On The Date Above)
  • Be successfully monitored teaching a course by Training Center Faculty / Regional Faculty

 

Peripheral IV Skills Certificate Program

This course is an 5 hour class that provides the RN or LPN with the essential knowledge for practicing infusion therapy in any setting. The course includes insertion of traditional over the needle cannula peripheral aka "short" intravenous catheters. Instruction includes the insertion procedure, techniques for proper and successful catheter insertions, and care, assessment, and maintenance post catheter insertion.

 

The Course covers:

  • Anatomy and physiology related to peripheral short IV catheter insertion procedures
  • Vein site, and catheter selection
  • Legal Implications of Infusion Therapy
  • Aseptic Techniques
  • Technology and Clinical Applications
  • Assessment, Initiation and Maintenance of Peripheral Venous Access
  • Complications of Infusion Therapy
  • Infection Control
  • Pediatric Infusions
  • Clinician, patient, and supply preparation
  • Common problems, and tips for success in patients with difficult access
  • Course includes a supervised session to practice IV insertion and troubleshooting methods.

 

The course incorporates standards, guidelines, and recommendations from the leading IV-related organizations that set the standards of IV care in the U.S.

This American Heart Association Family & Friends CPR program teaches students how to perform the basic skills of CPR/AED in adults, children and infants. This course also covers how to help an adult, child and infant who is choking.

 

This video and instructor-led CPR course offers families, friends and Babysitters the opportunity to learn basic CPR in comfort of your own home.

 

 

Course Cost: $260.00 up to 5 students

 

     

 

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