Adult CPR –
The goal of CPR training is to provide individuals with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide effective basic life support in an emergency. CPR classes have been found to be acceptable for meeting requirements established by state child care licensing, a wide variety of professional state and federal agencies, associations, councils, academies, boards and businesses. Our training utilizes a 1:1 student-to-manikin ratio (students may have to double up in a class over 10 students) and provides plenty of hands-on practice to ensure confidence.
Adult Manikin Practice
Adult Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
First Aid –
Properly applied first aid can save lives, reduce recovery time and quite possibly mean the difference between temporary disability and lifelong disability for the victim. Program participants learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of injuries and sudden illness. Crucial information about how to deal with emergencies like bleeding, shock, burns, strains, fractures, allergic reaction, diabetic and seizures is shared. Basic First Aid is the most popular program offered. This nationally accepted program satisfies the requirements of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).
Introduction Lectures/Good Samaritan Law
Emergency Response/Principles of Triage/Head-to Toe Exam
Standard Precautions & BSI
Bleeding Emergencies, Shock, Burns, Musculoskeletal Injuries
Medical Emergencies/Sudden Illness
Poisoning, Poisonous Plants/Foodborne Illness
Bites and Stings
Heat or Cold-Related Emergencies
Specific Body Injuries
Certification: 2 years
This class is for youth and adults, ages 13 and up. Kneeling on the ground is a required ability; if you cannot kneel you can practice on a table, but you would not be able to receive the CPR certification.
Classes will be held at the Apple Barn.