First Aid & CPR with AED

First Aid
Basic First Aid covers general principles of first aid, injury emergencies, and medical emergencies. Meets OSHA guidlines and easy to learn with no complicated terminology. Students who complete this 1-3 hour course will receive a completion card that is valid for two years.

Environmental Emergencies

Covers such things as poisoning, chemical spills, animal bites, insect stings, heatstroke, frostbite, and hypothermia.

CPR
(adult, child, infant)

Adult, Child, and Infant CPR using the latest science from a nationally recognized program. Students learn and perform CPR with a barrier device (pocket mask). Optional training includes use of an AED (automated external defibrillator). This basic CPR class meets OSHA requirements and does not require any previous medical training or knowledge. Completion card is valid for two years.

AED

An Automated External Defibrillator is a machine with a computer inside. It can

  • recognize cardiac arrest that requires a shock
  • tell the rescuer when a shock is needed
  • give a shock if needed

  • AED's are accurate and easy to use. After very little training, most people can operate an AED. Giving CPR right away and using an AED within a few minutes will increase the chances of saving the life of someone with sudden cardiac arrest. After completing this training, the student will be able to operate any AED.
First Aid with CPR & AED

Combines First Aid, Adult/Child/Infant CPR with AED mentioned above in one 3-6 hour class

Course Approvals VIP Alaska teaches nationally recognized courses such as the American Heart Association, National Safety Council, or Emergency University course in Standard First Aid course with CPR & AED. All three courses have optional Pediatric CPR modules, and are approved by the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services and also by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Class Dates
Bi-Weekly and evening classes. Call (907) 335-1935 for class dates
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First Aid/CPR training is either AHA, NSC or EU

Last updated: June 4, 2014