The most common cause of a heart attack is sudden narrowing or blockage of a coronary artery, which blocks oxygen to the heart. This can happen when plaque in the coronary artery breaks and a blood clot forms in the artery.
If you will be caring for young children, protect them by ensuring you know how to perform CPR, use an AED, and manage a choking event. You’ll also learn how to assess a situation and when to call 911.Please note: this class does not meet OSHA standards or the requirements for daycare provider licensing.
Learn how to respond in an emergency situation, how to perform CPR, and how to use an AED.
Learn how to respond to an emergency at this class designed for office, factory, construction, and warehouse workers, as well as coaches, referees, and river guides. Instruction meets OSHA standards and will cover adult, child, and infant CPR and how to use an AED. The first aid topics focus on adults and include assessing an emergency, specific injuries, and psychological reactions to stress. This class does not meet the requirements for daycare provider licensing.
Learn how to respond to the illness and/or injury of an adult, as well as how to perform CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking for an adult.