CPR, AED, AND FIRST AID COMBO
The purpose of the HSI First Aid, CPR and AED training program is for participants to gain knowledge and skill proficiency in First Aid, CPR and AED skills.
- HSI First Aid, CPR and AED has been approved by the HSI Medical Advisory Board and reviewed by the HSI Advisory Council.
- Reflects the latest resuscitation science and treatment recommendations published by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).
- Conforms with the 2020 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC and the annual Guidelines Update.
The intended audience is individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers who desire, or are occupationally required to be trained and certified in First Aid, CPR and AED for the adult, child, or infant.
- Child and Infant
- Adult, Child and Infant
- Traditional Classroom
- Blended Learning
- Remote Skills Verification (RSV)
REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATION
Required when specified by organizational, local, or state regulation. It is recommended for designated responders with a duty or employer expectation to respond in an emergency and provide first aid care.
All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.
- Certification Period: 2 years from month of issue.
- Course Length: Approximately 4-5 Hours
- Class Size: Up to 10 students per instructor.
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)
- CPR and Defibrillation
- Chain of Survival
- Assessment & Chest Compressions
- Rescue Breathing & Using a CPR Mask
- Using an AED
- Opioid-Associated Emergency
- Relief of Choking
- First Aid Assessment
- Taking Precautions
- Activating EMS and/or EAP
- Responding to External and Internal Bleeding
- Direct Manual Pressure and Bandaging
- Using a Tourniquet (Improvised and Commercial)
- Minor Wounds
- Tooth and Eye Injuries
- Amputated Body Parts
- Open Wounds
- Head, Neck, or Spinal Injury
- Bone, Joint and Muscle Injuries
- Altered Mental Status
- Difficulty Breathing and Asthma
- Severe Allergic Reaction (Anaphylaxis)
- Using an Epinephrine Autoinjector (such as EpiPen)
- Heart Attack
- Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
- Presyncope and Syncope
- Heat and Cold Emergencies
- Bites and Stings