This 1-day program, taught by health-care professionals under the guidelines of the American Heart Association, is designed for, but not limited to, the health care provider. It will teach the skills necessary to provide basic life support for the adult, child, or infant victim. This course includes the treatment for a victim who is choking, not breathing, or in full cardiac arrest as well as recognizing the early warning signs of a heart attack. Prudent heart living, risk factors and accessing emergency medical services will also be covered. It will include both lecture and hands-on practice using the latest in mannequin technology to simulate a real cardiac-arrest victim. Upon successful completion, you will receive a card issued by the American Heart Association, which is valid for two years.
Dear prospective student, as you are aware New York State has been dealing with a declared state of emergency due to the novel coronavirus-19 outbreak. Please be aware that our future course dates may be delivered in either a traditional classroom face-to-face format or an on-line format or a hybrid model that mixes both live and online course delivery. The determination of how our future courses will be delivered is still not predictable due to the fluidity of the current situation in New York. However, please rest assured that in either course delivery format our programs will maintain high quality and value for you our students.