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  Southern Technical Aquatic Resource & Rescue


Price $ 50.95                                         Call for group discounts                       Online NOT available

Nationally accredited 2-year certification on BASIC LIFE SUPPORT in Adult CPR, Child CPR, and Pediatric CPR for                                        Healthcare Professional  

Access to training, certification or re-certification

Your E-cards / certificate is immediately delivered directly to the student(s) email

Your AED training is customized to your preferred AED

Course duration: CPR and  AED - 4 hours

Meets American Heart Association (AHA) and/or exceeds the guidelines published by the ARC and AHSI 

Course Content:

Basic Anatomy & Physiology of the Cardiovascular System - Basic anatomy and physiology concepts that later permit the                          trainee to understand the clinical concepts and skills associated with CPR using the CAB technique                                        (Circulation, Airway, and Breathing). Colorful animations enhance comprehension.

Basic Anatomy & Physiology Evaluation Exercise - Interactive animations reinforces the important concepts

Basic Adult CPR Training - Multi-media training sequences including realistic animations that address assessment, calling                          for help, proper positioning of the airway, rescue breathing using face shields, techniques for providing                                  quality chest compression, strategies for 1 and 2 person CPR, and personal protection while providing CPR.

Basic Obstructed Airway - Progressive techniques for relieving an obstructed airway caused by a foreign body taught                                   through video, practical application, and animations for adults and children.

AED Training - Basic AED training, utilizing an AED trainer, will provide a review assessment, CPR skills, and are allows                                 the student to perform each physical task through active simulations. At the conclusion, students have                                   demonstrated their ability to appropriately respond to common cardiac arrest scenarios.