Cardiopulmonary Resus CE
CPS 001 – CPR and First Aid for Infants and Young Children
Obtain the pediatric CPR and first aid instruction necessary for childcare providers in this 8-hour course. Successful students will receive a CPR card from the American Heart Association and a certificate of completion. Written and skills evaluation required. Course meets state requirements for childcare providers.
1. Describe a situation wherein a child or infant is in distress.
2. Identify how to quickly and efficiently obtain help.
3. Demonstrate emergency measures for a choking infant or child by performing the appropriate maneuvers for relieving a foreign body airway obstruction.
4. Perform CPR on an infant or child who is not breathing and/or is without a heartbeat.
5. Assess an injury to a child and take proper action.
6. Describe common childhood illnesses and inform parents accordingly.
CPS 004 – CPR Renewal for Health Care Providers
Obtain CPR certification renewal necessary for health care providers every two years. Bring your current CPR card to this course. NOTE: if student's CPR card has expired (the last day of the expiration month), then CPR for Health Care Providers is required. Written and skills evaluation is mandatory.
1. Describe new methods in providing CPR.
2. Demonstrate one and two man CPR.
3. Demonstrate infant resuscitation.
4. Demonstrate management of an obstructed airway.
CPS 208 – CPR for Family and Friends
The skills necessary to become a lay rescuer are presented. Learn about the AHA Chain of Survival, heart attack, cardiac arrest, stroke, and choking plus skills in CPR and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for adults, infants, and children.
1. describe the links in the Chain of Survival;
2. describe the steps of CPR and the 4 major emergencies in adults;
3. demonstrate adult, child, and infant CPR, and
4. demonstrate the Heimlich maneuver.
CPS 210 – New Heartsaver CPR
Obtain information about the American Heart Association Chain of Survival, signs of heart attack, cardiac arrest and stroke, plus choking and foreign body airway obstruction for adults, infants and children. Satisfies the requirements for daycare workers. After a written exam and skills demonstration, successful students will receive an American Heart Association completion card. Intended for lay rescuers who respond to emergencies in the workplace.
1. Describe the links in the AHA chain of survival.
2. Demonstrate the procedures for CPR for adults, infants and children.
3. Describe the signs of four major emergencies in adults.
4. Demonstrate the correct procedure for phoning 911, rescue breathing, 1-rescuer CPR for adults, infants, and children.
5. Describe the FBAO in the responsive victim.