......TO SAVE LIVES!

Your "Advanced" CPR and First Aid Training Center

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 First Aid  Pediatric and Standard 

The goal of this program is to provide learners a valuable and enjoyable hands-on-training experience. The fundamental objective is to teach a simple, practical approach that helps students develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond.

At work, injuries and illnesses kill more than two million people in the world each year. That's one death every fifteen seconds.....or six thousand people a day. Safe practices and healthy choices at work, home, and play can prevent many injuries, illnesses, diseases, and death. However, once injury or sudden illness has occurred, providing effective first aid can make the difference between life and death; rapid versus prolonged recovery; and temporary versus permanent disability. This program focuses on what you must know and do in order to provide confident, effective first aid care.

This program is designed to a focus on caring for injured or ill adults and/or children in a variety of setting's. The focus of the program will depend largely upon organizational and student needs, including requirements specific to licensure or job performance. Program featuring skills for the adult victim, pediatric victim, or both may be offered occupational requirements or desire of the target audience.

Intended Audience:
Community and Workplace - Indivduals who require or desire elementary first aid knowledge and skills with a focus on adults, children, or both; including emergency response teams in business and industry, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, child care workers, medical personnel, firefighters, teachers, parents, and babysitters.

      CPR/AED  Infant-Child-Adult  and Professoinal

The goal of this program is to provide learners a valuable and enjoyable hands–on training in CPR and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). The fundamental objective is to teach a simple practical approach that helps students develop knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond.

If oxygenated blood flow to the heart is cut off, a part of the heart will die, causing disability or death. Fast action can save lives.

Intended Audience: 

Persons who are occupationally required or just desire to have CPR and AED knowledge and skills, such as emergency response teams in the business and industry, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, child care worker, teachers, parents,medical personnel, doctors, nurses, fire fighters, and babysitters.



The Chain of Survival is a concept that is used to communicate the key factors that must be in place to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest.


The links in the Chain of Survival for adults emphasizes:

  • Early recognition and activation of EMS.
  • Early CPR.
  • Early defibrillation.
  • Early advanced life support.

The Chain of Survival for children emphasizes 

  • Prevention.
  • Early CPR.
  • Early activation of EMS.
  • Early pediatric advanced life support







Hands-Only CPR

Is CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths
. It is recommended for use by people who see an adult suddenly collapse in the “out-of-hospital” setting (like at home, at work, in a park). It consists of two steps:


  • 1) Call 911 (or send someone to do that).
  • 2) Begin providing high-quality chest compressions by pushing hard and fast in the  center of the chest with minimal interruptions.











 Bloodborne Pathogens

The Federal OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard was published in 1991.  It was designed to reduce and minimize the potential for occupational exposure to the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, or more commonly referred to HIV, the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and other human Bloodborne Pathogens.  Our course meets or exceeds these OSHA Standards!  The course will inform you about precautions you must take to eliminate the risk of infectious diseases that can be contracted through exposure and the proper methods of handling potential contaminants. 

 Child and Babysitting Safety

Intended Audience:
Young people providing babysitting and child care service. Many experts feel that fourteen(14) is 
generally an appropriate age to begin babysitting, but maturity responsibility and the ability
to react effectively in case of an emergency must always be considered regardless of age.

 Emergency Oxygen Administration


   Emergency First Responder












   Wilderness First Aid  

Wilderness First AID training includes patient assessment, musculoskeletal, and soft tissue injuries, splinting and a variety of other topics. Providing care in bad weather with non-standard equipment and  
coping with long time care and emergency response: Wilderness First Aid places these issues first and formost.
Wilderness First Aid is ideal for outdoor recreation students with the skills and confidence for making remote medical care decisions.

 Intended Audience:
Wilderness First Aid is ideal for outdoor recreation enthusiasts, camp staff, remote site workers, and travelers who either work or play while away from medical facilities. 





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