Classes

Responding to an emergency requires more than just up-to-date completion cards. That's why E-Med Training currently teaches the National Safety Council Emergency Care Programs exclusively. National Safety Council (NSC) curriculum uses the most advanced instructional methods to improve participants' ability to save lives. Our practical training sessions significantly increases both skill acquisition and retention compared to traditional teaching methods. The National Safety Council’s Emergency Care courses provide the expertise you need when every second counts.

CPR & ECC

It’s time to start training as if someone’s life depends on it . . . because it does.


All of E-Med Training courses are newly updated with the 2010
CPR and First Aid guidelines.

 

Course Name

Target Audience

Training Hours

Content

Standard First Aid,
CPR and AED

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Emergency response teams, safety personnel, supervisors, individuals requiring certification.

5+ hours

Includes the latest CPR and emergency cardiac care guidelines, and covers the basics from sudden illness and injury to bleeding, burns, and bites.

Includes a copy of the course DVD and First Aid Quick Guide for increased retention and refreshing skills.

Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED

Basic Pediatric First Aid, CPR, and AED

Child care providers, early childhood education professors or students, youth organizations, parents.

8.5 hours

The National Safety Council's Pediatric CPR programs cover the latest techniques for pediatric emergency care, plus practical safety tips for preventing injuries. In addition you will learn how to care for bleeding emergencies, poison emergencies and minor injuries when dealing with small children. And they meet the first aid and CPR certification standards of all 50 states.  

Child and Infant CPR

Child and Infant CPR

Child care providers, early childhood education professors or students, youth organizations, parents.

5 hours

Recovery Position, CPR — child (ages 1-8), AED — child (ages 1-8 or under 55 pounds), CPR — infant (under age 1), Choking

First Aid

First Aid

Emergency response teams, safety personnel, supervisors.

3.5 hours

Identifying and caring for bleeding, sudden illness, injuries; Preventing disease transmission

CPR and AED

CPR and AED

Emergency response teams, safety personnel, supervisors, fire, police ambulance, health care providers, athletics trainers, airline employees, life guards.

3.25 hours

It gives you the latest guidelines for CPR and emergency cardiac care, starting with how to assess the scene of an emergency and take stock of the victim's condition. The course details how to perform one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing, and how to manage choking in a conscious person. The AED portion of the program details key operating characteristics and shows you proper precautions and maintenance techniques. It explains how AEDs work and why they're a critical part of emergency cardiac care.

CPR and AED Refresher

CPR & AED Refresher

Refresher course for individuals who have previously taken an NSC CPR and AED course

2 hours

Review of CPR, Choking and AED use.

Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens

Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens

Individuals who may come in contact with infectious materials as part of their job (responders, health care professionals, lab technicians, dentists, dental hygienists, fire, police, ambulance, EMS).

2 hours

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 mandates that employees be protected against potential occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). This newly revised course expands information on bloodborne and airborne pathogens including hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB).

Advanced Classes

Target Audience

Course Length

Content

Basic Life Support: Healthcare Professional and Professional Rescuer

Basic Life Support

Healthcare providers, emergency response teams, safety personnel, fire, police, ambulance, EMS, athletic trainers, lifeguards

7.5

Breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants; Preventing disease transmission; Oxygen administration and AED; Using suctioning devices, airway adjuncts and masks including BVMs and Two Person CPR

Advanced First Aid

First Aid Taking Action

Industry, college students

16-40 hours

Breathing and cardiac emergencies, Bleeding and shock, sudden illness and injuries, Special situations, Natural disasters

Emergency Medical Responder

First Responder

Emergency response teams, safety personnel, fire police, ambulance, EMS, health care providers, athletic trainers (Formerly First Responder)

52 hours

Breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants; Identifying and caring for bleeding, sudden illness, injuries; Preventing disease transmission; Oxygen administration and AED

Additional Course Offerings

Target Audience

Course Length

Content

On-line CPR, AED and First Aid Training

Once students have completed the Internet-based portion of the First Aid, CPR and AED, they will receive a print out stating that you have completed the lecture portion of the course.
In order to receive a certificate of completion, skill testing with an approved instructor must be conducted.
If you would like to see a demonstration of the Internet-based First Aid, CPR and AED program, CLICK HERE.

Organizations looking at the convenience of on-line training versus the traditional classroom training. Each Student must have access to internet and complete hands-on skill testing in order to receive certificate of course completion.

2 Hours: On-line And 2 hours: Skill testing

Breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants; Identifying and caring for bleeding, sudden illness, injuries; Preventing disease transmission; Oxygen administration and AED