The Healthcare Training Courses are for anyone in the Healthcare Field or aspiring to be. This includes but is not limited to Drs., Nurses, Paramedics, EMT’s, Technicians and students. You may also want to take these courses if you are not in the Healthcare filed but would like more in-depth knowledge. The courses range from Basic Life Support up to Advanced Care. Some common courses include MAB, BLS, ACLS, PALS, and ECG.
- Key changes in basic life support, reflecting the new science from the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care
- Critical concepts of high-quality CPR
- The American Heart Association Chain of Survival
- 1-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant
- 2-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant
- Differences between adult, child and infant rescue techniques
- Bag-mask techniques for adult, child and infant
- Rescue breathing for adult, child and infant
- Relief of choking for adult, child and infant
- CPR with an advanced airway*
* This is an introduction to the compression/ventilation rate and ratio for a patient who has an advanced airway in place. For more information on advanced airways, please refer to the Airway Management Course.
This course meets the Dental Board of California’s requirements for 3 units of continuing education.
Basic Life Support Initial Classes
BLS Update Classes
ACLS is based on simulated clinical scenarios that encourage active, hands-on participation through learning stations where students will practice essential skills individually, as part of a team, and as team leader. Realistic simulations reinforce the following key concepts: proficiency in basic life support care; recognizing and initiating early management of peri-arrest conditions; managing cardiac arrest; identifying and treating ischemic chest pain and acute coronary syndromes; recognizing other life threatening clinical situations (such as stroke) and providing initial care; ACLS algorithms; and effective resuscitation team dynamics.
The course is designed for medical providers such as physicians, nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency.
ACLS Initial Classes
ACLS Update Classes
The goal of the PALS course is to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. Skills taught include recognition and treatment of infants and children at risk for cardiopulmonary arrest; the systematic approach to pediatic assessment; effective respiratory management; defibrillation and synchronized cardioversion; intraosseous access and fluid bolus adminstration; and effective resuscitation team dynamics.
For pediatricians, emergency physicians, family physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies.
PALS Initial Classes
PALS Update Classes
The Assaultive Behavior Management (ABM) Program covers the concepts and actions used in the comprehension, identification, prevention and management of assaultive behavior most commonly found in the workplace.
The ABM program will provide you with a practical and structured algorithm used to describe the patterns of five types of assaultive behavior most commonly encountered in the workplace.
We strongly stress that evasive self-defensive techniques are are of highest priority followed by safe direct physical intervention techniques through well trained teamwork.
The ABM Program is for employees who utilizes verbal intervention almost daily. By the end of the program you will be acquainted with the warning signs and motivators of assaultive behavior. These skills will be covered by Digital Media, hands-on practice and group discussion.
- This course meets the state requirements for AB-508
- Meets requirements for Title 22 of the Health and Safety Code
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The adult ECG & Pharmacology Course addresses a key knowledge gap in electrocardiogram (ECG) and pharmacology, and focuses on specific ECG recognition skills and drug treatment knowledge.
The course is a pre-course option for ACLS or PALS students and other healthcare providers, or is also intended for ACLS or PALS students who complete the ACLS or PALS pre-course self-assessment and find they need to improve their knowledge.
The Airway Management course includes five individual modules that can be taught together as a course or used as add-ons to either a BLS for Healthcare Providers or an ACLS course.
The modules are designed for facilitator-led, small-group interaction and can be combined based on students’ needs and scope of practice.
The five modules are:
*Bag-Mask Ventilation and Airway Adjuncts (required)
*Laryngeal Mask Airway
*Impedance Threshold Device
The course provides training for:
* Healthcare providers whose occupation or volunteer activities require airway management skills
* Professionals in the field of resuscitation and airway management
Course length is approximately 5 hours if all five modules are taught.
The PEARS course helps healthcare providers develop the knowledge and skills needed for emergency evaluation and treatment of seriously ill infants and children. Targeted toward healthcare providers who infrequently see critically ill or injured infants and children, the goal of this course is to improve the quality of care provided, resulting in improved outcomes.
The PEARS course covers:
*recognition of respiratory distress, shock, and cardiac arrest
*appropriate lifesaving interventions to take within the initial minutes of response until the child is transferred to an advanced life support provider
*resuscitation team concept
PEARS training is intended for any healthcare provider and others who might encounter pediatric emergency situations in the course of their work, including:
*physicians and nurses not specializing in pediatrics
*prehospital and in-hospital healthcare providers (outside of critical-care areas)
*outpatient clinic staff
PEARS training is not intended for those with staff members who routinely provide pediatric care and are required to have PALS certification.
Course length is approximately 7 hours and is given in an instructor-led training session. Passing a video-based written exam and skills test is required for the awarding of a PEARS Provider Course Completion Card.
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