Courses

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Course is designed for healthcare providers who either direct or participate in the management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest in pediatric patients.

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BLS Health Care Professionals Provider Level C

This course is designed to teach Health Care Professionals (HCP) the skills of CPR for all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device and a bag-mask device), use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO).

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T-CCC (Tactical Casualty Care Course)

TCCC is the standard of care in Prehospital Battlefield Medicine. The TCCC Guidelines are routinely updated and published by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC), a component of the Joint Trauma System (JTS). TCCC was designed in the mid-’90s for the Special Operations medical community. Originally a Naval Special Warfare and USSOCOM Medical Research & Development initiative, TCCC developed battlefield appropriate and evidence-based casualty care based on injury patterns of previous conflicts. The original TCCC concept and guidelines were published in a Military Medicine Supplement in 1996. The primary intent of TCCC is to reduce preventable combat death through a means that allows a unit to complete its mission while providing the best possible care for casualties. Now it is by EMS systems in the USA and Canada, Tactical Medics attached to Police Tactical Teams. This course has been changed slightly to accommodate the civilian medic, still working in a hostile environment but not as combat situation.

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Epi-Pen Administration with Medical Direction

This Epi-Pen course provides the first responder knowledge in anaphylaxis protocols and use of the Epi-Pen. This program also will provide the responding department with Physician oversite and medical direction. This course also provides the department with a quality control programs that provides them with certification, recertification and decertification if needed.

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Naloxone Administration with Medical Direction

This Naloxone course provides the first responder knowledge in opioid overdose protocols and use of the Naloxone nasal inhalers. This program also will provide the responding department with Physician oversite and medical direction. This course also provides the department with a quality control programs that provides them with certification, recertification and decertification if needed.

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Semi-Automatic External Defibrillation (S-AED) with Medical Direction

This S-AED course provides the first responder knowledge in cardiac arrest protocols and use of the S-AED machine regardless of type. This program also will provide the responding department with Physician oversite and medical direction. This course also provides the department with a quality control programs that provides them with certification, recertification and decertification if needed.

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Modified Tiered Response Training (M-TRT)

This program meets or exceeds the guidelines originally set down by the Ministry of Health, Emergency Health Services Branch in Ontario, Canada. This course provides participants with the knowledge; skills and techniques required to manage medical & trauma emergencies prior arrival of paramedics, and to assist EMS personnel once on scene.

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BLS – Basic Life Support

The new 2015 guidelines for CPR for Healthcare Providers have been released in an entirely new course – BLS Provider (CPR/AED for Healthcare Providers). This course meets the requirements for nurses, paramedics, and other medical professionals, as well as nursing students, other students in medical fields, and dental professionals (dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists) and fire fighters first responders.

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CPR Level (A, B, C) & AED

To educate participants with the basics of adult CPR and choking emergencies so they may assist in emergency situations until Emergency Medical Services arrive. The course is designed for anyone interested in helping in emergency situations. CPR/AED follows the ILCOR 2015 guidelines. Certification is valid for 3 years; annual renewal is recommended.

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Emergency First Aid with CPR and AED

In this one-day course, students will learn to recognize and provide interventions for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives. The Emergency First Aid course is geared towards educating citizens about the prevention of emergencies and how to react to an emergency should one arise.

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