BLS Instructor Course

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CPR

 

Why Learn CPR?

MANY DEATHS CAN BE PREVENTED IF THE VICTIM RECEIVES PROMPT HELP - IF SOMEONE TRAINED IN CPR PROVIDES PROPER LIFE-SAVING MEASURES UNTIL TRAINED PROFESSIONALS TAKE OVER.
YOU CAN BE THE DIFFERENCE!

   

 

Fire Safety

 

The Need for Fire Safety

Fire Safety is taught in early education to children during each October, which is Nationally recognized as Fire Prevention Month. First Responder, Inc. is here to assist in reinforcing that to the adult learner for home, work, or anyplace that will help prevent fire related injuries. Learn fire extinguisher uses, testing, and more.

   

 

First Aid & Disasters

 

First Aid & Disaster Preparedness

First Responder Inc. offers many courses related to First Aid, many of which are regulated by the National Safety Council. Planning for emergencies is taught from the early grade school levels, and should continue into our businesses.  We can help evaluate your home or business and develop an exit strategy for your family or employees that will allow for a structured plan in the event of an emergency.

   

 

 

BLS Instructor Course

 

Course Description

The Instructor Course is a 2-day program designed to prepare AHA instructors to disseminate the science, skills, and philosophy of resuscitation programs to participants enrolled in AHA courses.  There is no question that instructors are the key element in the AHA training network.

  

The practice of medicine is considered to be both an art and a science. In a similar vein, AHA training involves both "heart" and science. A good AHA instructor is able to teach information and skills and to generate enthusiasm and enlist support of the AHA course goals and objectives, motivating participants to act in emergency situations.

AHA instructors are the best tool the AHA has to fulfill its mission- to reduce disability and death caused by heart disease and stroke. The more skilled instructors the AHA ECC Programs have, the more participants will be trained in CPR and ECC. By increasing the number of bystanders prepared and willing to activate the EMS system and provide CPR, early defibrillation, and advanced life support, the AHA will be able to significantly reduce disability and death from heart attacks, cardiac arrest, and stroke.