Medical Response Training.
This in-depth course develops highly trained individuals with the skills necessary to begin assessing and caring for patients at the scene of injury or illness. This class format is based on the USDOT First Responder National Standard curriculum as well as the recent projections made by the National Association of EMS Educators who has studied the courses strength and weaknesses since EMS systems begin using the National Standard Curriculum.
Prerequisite: 40 hour First Responder
Practical and academic annual review of the 40 hour First Responder training course.
Basic Life Saving is the professional level of CPR training. It is used by nurses, doctors, paramedics, EMTs, and other healthcare providers. Students will receive an American Heart Association® BLS for Healthcare Providers card valid for two years upon completion of the course. Students must pass both a written and skills testing with an AHA® BLS Instructor to satisfactorily complete the course.