The goal of the CPR for Basic Life Support Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association designed theCPR for Basic Life Support Course to prepare healthcare professional to know how to perform CPR in both in and out of hospital settings. This course trains participants to promptly recognize cardiac arrest, give high quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) as part of a team and individually. The course also teaches how to relieve choking. This course includes adult, child and infant rescue techniques.
CPR course is a Continuing Education Course and is not accredited and is intended for professionals that brings participants up to date in knowledge and skills.
This course is designed for Licensed Vocational Nurses who plan to advance their career in employment settings such as nursing homes. The course combines 27 hours of lecture and nine (9) hours of clinical experience to provide students with a comprehensive learning experience. The course is designed to enable the Licensed Vocational Nurse to safely initiate and maintain intravenous therapy in the clinical setting. LVNs successfully completing the course will be certified by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technician Examiners to initiate and superimpose intravenous fluids and blood withdrawal.
IV course is a Continuing Education Course and is not accredited and is intended for professionals that brings participants up to date in knowledge and skills.