Class Schedule

BLS For HealthCare Providers

This course is for Healthcare Professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.  This course is often required by many hospitals or schools related to the medical field.  Individuals such as nursing students, EMT students, Doctors, First Responders and others will very likely be required to be certified in BLS before or during school sessions or in accordance with work regulations. This course is an educational program jointly sponsored by the American Heart Association (AHA).        

                              The BLS Course Covers:

  • Adult and pediatric CPR
  • Two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag-valve mask
  • Foreign-body airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious)
  • Automated external defibrillation (includes child AED update)
  • Special resuscitation situations
  • Other cardiopulmonary emergencies
  • Stroke and cardiac arrest 

Course Duration: 4-5 Hours

HeartSaver CPR/AED

This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs to know how to perform CPR or to obtain a certificate for CPR to meet job, regulatory or other requirements. This course is highly recommended for daycare workers, school teachers, security personnel, summer camps, work, babysitters, as well as construction workers. This course is NOT intended for Healthcare Providers or any personnel working or those whom may be working in the medical field in the future (i.e., nursing/medical students). This course is an educational program jointly sponsored by the American Heart Association (AHA)

                              The Heartsaver CPR/AED course covers:

  1. CPR for adults, children, and infants(optional) 
  2. Usage of AED for adults, children, and infants
  3. Relief of choking for adults, children, and infant (optional)

Course Duration: 2-3 Hours

HeartSaver First Aid

                              The Heartsaver First Aid course covers: 

-    First aid basics (including scene safety, finding the problem, and calling for help)
-    Medical emergencies (including actions for choking, breathing problems, and shock)
-    Injury emergencies (including actions for bleeding, broken bones, and burns)
-    Environmental emergencies (including actions for bites, stings, temperature-related, and poison emergencies) 

This course is an educational program jointly sponsored by the American Heart Association (AHA)

Course Duration: 3 Hours

HeartSaver Pediatric First Aid & CPR/AED

                              The Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid & CPR?AED course covers: 

-    First aid basics (including scene safety, finding the problem, and calling for help)
-    Medical emergencies (including actions for choking, breathing problems, and shock)
-    Injury emergencies (including actions for bleeding, broken bones, and burns)
-    Environmental emergencies (including actions for bites, stings, temperature-related, and poison emergencies)

This course is an educational program jointly sponsored by the American Heart Association (AHA)

Course Duration: 3 Hours

National Safety Council 6/8 Defensive Driver Training 

                              The NSC 6/8 Defensive Driver training course covers: 

Session 1: It’s All About Choices

  • Explain what it means to be a defensive driver.
  • Define reasonable action and preventable collision.
  • Determine your driving profile.
  • List the three basic steps in the Defensive Driving Course Collision Prevention Formula
  • Explain the ‘What if?’ strategy.

Session 2: Ready For The Road

  • List the factors that you can control before you start to drive, including your own physical and emotional/mental conditions, as well as vehicle maintenance.
  • Describe the varying physical, emotional and mental conditions of other drivers on the road.
  • Explain how to be alert and defensive when sharing the road with these drivers.
  • Explain how to drive defensively in conditions beyond your control—such as light, weather, road conditions and traffic mix.

Session 3: Don’t Add Insult To Injury

  • Describe the characteristics of impaired, distracted, fatigued and aggressive drivers.
  • Identify actions you can take when you experience or encounter these characteristics on the road.
  • Employ techniques to manage your emotions and behavior while driving.

Session 4: Success On The Road

  • List the six most unsafe driving behaviors.
  • Describe the hazards involved with each of the unsafe driving behaviors.
  • List alternatives to speeding.
  • Explain how to safely approach and proceed through intersections.
  • Explain how to make safe and legal turns.
  • Explain the steps needed to complete a safe pass.
  • Determine a safe following distance.

Session 5: Collision Proofing

  • Apply the Defensive Driving Course Collision Prevention Formula.
  • Explain the ‘What If?’ strategy.
  • Recognize the hazards in collision scenarios.
  • Identify standard road signs colors and shapes.
  • Identify reasonable steps that might have prevented real-life collisions.

Session 6: Driving For Life

  • List the ten habits of defensive driving.
  • Identify personal behaviors and decisions you will make in future driving situations to avoid collisions and violations.

This is a Certification course from the NSC. Students will receive a Certificate of Complete and may be eligible of an insurance discount and 2 point reduction from the Motor Vehicles Commission.

Course Duration: 6 Hours. Expect additional times for breaks.