Location: Roco Training Center
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
This 4-hour American Heart Association course equips students with the critical life-saving skills of a layperson responder. Participants will learn how to correctly identify the presence of an emergency, activate the emergency response system, and administer simple yet potent first-aid techniques that are proven to improve patient outcomes. We will explore many common emergencies and conditions that result in 911 calls and the science of resuscitation in cardiac arrest.
This half-day course trains participants in how to recognize, call for help, and treat common first aid emergencies. This course reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines.
Who should take this course?
• Great for administrative personnel and safety personnel.
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