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BLS classCPR/BLS – Basic Life Support:   Schedules & Details
The BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device, and oxygen), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and non-responsive victims. More
ACLS class ACLS – Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support:   Schedules & Details
Upon completion of this class the participant will be able to know how to manage cardiorespiratory emergencies by using the systematic ACLS guidelines of the American Heart Association, (AHA). More
PALS classPALS – Pediatric Advanced Life Support:   Schedules & Details
Upon completion of this PALS class the health care provider will be able to understand how to recognize and prevent the common causes of pediatric injuries and emergencies that require resuscitation. More
ECG and Pharmacology classECG & Pharmacology:  Schedules & Details
This course begins with a discussion of the physiology of cardiac conduction, and then covers the basics of how to read an EKG strip, and the normal components of the EKG waveform. We will then examine basic cardiac dysrhythmias. More

Healthcare Provider Approved Courses

IV Therapy classIV Therapy & Blood Withdrawal:   Schedules & Details
Upon completion of this course the student, LVN, RN or other healthcare provider will have the knowledge, skills and ability to start and infuse intravenous fluids and withdraw blood. The course meets the requirements of the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians for Licensed Vocational Nurses to become certified in I.V. therapy and blood withdrawal. More
NRP classNRP:   Schedules & Details
Upon completion of this NRP class the healthcare provider will be able to understand how to recognize and prevent the common causes of neonatal emergencies that require resuscitation. You’ll understand how to recognize respiratory failure and initiate advanced resuscitation with airway and ventilation control, vascular access, as well as fluid and medication therapy.  More
12 Lead ECG12 Lead ECG:   Schedules & Details
This course is intended for healthcare providers (EMS and in-hospital providers) who need to perform 12-lead ECGs and improve  STEMI recognition and assessment skills to identify potential STEMI patients.  More
Ventilator class

Ventilator & Pulmonary Education:   Schedules & Details

Upon completion, the healthcare provider will be able to understand how to recognize, prevent and troubleshoot the common causes of ventilator issues that require immediate attention. You’ll understand ventilator settings, how to recognize causes of low pressure, high pressure and other alarms and learn how to resolve either the equipment or patient issue prior to an emergency situation. Basic and advanced airway device recognition and utilization within your scope of practice will be covered as well.  More

Trach class

Care of the Tracheostomy Patient:   Schedules & Details
This course is designed primarily for RN/LVN students and new grads preparing to care for patients with tracheostomy tubes in the subacute and home settings. This is also an excellent course for seasoned nurses and RT’s preparing to move into the post acute care environment in need of refreshing their respiratory related knowledge and skills and also transport personnel.  More

Trach class

MAB® General Certification – AB-508 Compliant:   Schedules & Details
This 4 hour MABPRO® Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB®) violence prevention and de-escalation program is an Official MAB® Certified Class and will cover the essential and trusted methods of crisis negotiation, which when utilized in the stages prior to any physical intervention or assault that personnel might be faced with when working within healthcare setting, will in most cases, prevent the need for any physical intervention. In the event that the intervention becomes physical in nature, the program will then address the methodology to protect those in danger and defend oneself humanely and safely, as well as how to help effectively manage the assaultive situation, individually and as a group.  More