Standard First Aid Adult CPR with First Aid Basics Infant

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					     Standard First Aid (Adult CPR with First Aid Basics)
            Infant and Child CPR and AED
Day	                     Time	   Reg.	Ends        Topics covered in this class include:
Sat., Feb. 16 & Mar. 1   9am-1pm 2/14             • Understanding what Good Samaritan Laws
*Please bring a brown bag lunch.                    are and how to obtain consent
Registration                                      • How to apply basic precautions to reduce the
  In progress                                       risk of disease transmission
                                                  • When to move an infant or child from a
Program Description
                                                    dangerous situation
   The purpose of the American Red Cross          • How to check for breathing and signs of life
Standard First Aid course is to provide
participants with the knowledge and skills        • How to clear the airway of conscious and
necessary to recognize and respond to               unconscious choking infants and children
breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults       • How to give care to an infant or child with
until advance medical personnel arrive and          breathing or cardiac emergencies
take over.                                        Certification:
Topics covered in this course include:              In order to receive an American Red Cross
• What Good Samaritan Laws are and how to         Standard First Aid certification, with a three
   obtain consent                                 year validity period and an adult, infant and
• How to apply basic precautions to reduce the    child CPR with AED certification with a 1 year
   risk of disease transmission                   validity period, participants must:
• How to identify the signs and symptoms of       • Attend and participate in all course sessions;
   soft tissue and musculosketal injuries         • Demonstrate competency in all required
• How to identify the signs and symptoms            skills;
   and care for victims of stroke, diabetic       • Participate in all skill sessions and scenarios;
   emergencies, poisoning, heat/cold related      • Pass the final written exam with score of
   emergencies, bleeding, head/neck/back            80 percent or better on the multiple choice
   injuries, muscle/bone/joint injuries             exam.
• How to check a person for breathing and
   signs of life
                                                  Course Fees
• How to provide care for breathing and
                                                   $35 for Community Center Members
   cardiac emergencies in adults
                                                   $40 for Residents
• How to care for a conscious and
   unconscious choking adult                       $50 for Non-Residents
    The purpose of the American Red Cross         Additional Fee
Infant and Child CPR with AED course is to         $41 made payable to the American Red Cross
provide participants with the knowledge and         for certification fees and materials due at
skills necessary to recognize and provide basic      the class.
care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in
children and infants, as well as how to use an
AED with pediatric AED pads on a child aged 1
to 8 years of age or less than 55 pounds, until
advanced medical help arrives and takes over.




  Contact: Erin Dadas Assistant Aquatic Coordinator (440) 546-2318 or edadas@brecksville.oh.us
                 American
                 Red Cross
                 Winter 2008




Child & Infant                        Pet


 Take a Course &
 Help Save a Life



                               Babysitting

   Adult




                       General Care Giving
    Adult CPR & AED                                                 Pet Fir
 Automated External Defibrillation                   Date	              Tim
Day	      Dates	        Time	        Reg.	Ends       Sat., Apr. 5       9am
Wed       May 7        6-10pm            5/5
                                                      Registration
*Please bring a brown bag lunch                       In-progress
Registration                                          Program Description
                                                       The purpose of the A
 In-progess
                                                     First Aid course is to p
Program Description                                  the skills and knowledg
  The purpose of the American Red Cross              and temporary care to
Adult CPR and AED course is to provide               can be taken to a veter
individuals with the knowledge and skills              Topics covered in this
necessary to provide care for breathing
emergencies, perform cardiopulmonary                  • Assessing a pet’s vit
resuscitation (CPR), and use an automated             • How to recognize an
external defibrillator (AED) for victims of              other breathing eme
sudden cardiac arrest.
                                                      • What the componen
Topics covered in this course include:                   aid kit are
• How to recognize the signs and symptoms             • Care for wounds wit
  of a cardiac emergency                                 bleeding
• What the precautions for using an AED are           • How to recognize an
  and how to use one                                     illnesses, such as p
                                                         temperature-related
• How to check an unconscious adult for
  breathing and signs of life                         • When to restrain and
                                                      • Care for muscle, bon
• How to care for a conscious and
  unconscious choking adult                           • How to recognize an
                                                         emergencies
• How to perform CPR on an adult
                                                     Certification Requirem
Certification Requirements
                                                     To receive an American
In order to receive an American Red Cross            Aid certification, with n
- Adult CPR and AED certification, with a one
year validity period, participants must:             participants must:
                                                     • Attend and participat
• Attend and participate in all course sessions;
                                                     • Successfully demons
• Demonstrate competency in all required
  skills;                                            Course Fees
• Participate in all skill sessions and scenarios;    $25 for Community C
• Pass the fianl written exam with score of           $30 for Residents
  80 percent or better on the multiple choice         $40 for Non-Residen
  exam.
Course Fees                                          Additional Fee
                                                       $17 made payable t
  $25 for Community Center Members
                                                       Cross for supplies a
  $30 for Residents                                     due at the class.
  $40 for Non-Residents
Additional Fee
 $18 made payable to the American Red Cross
  for certification fees and materials due at
   the class.
 rst Aid                          Babysitting Course
me	         Reg.	Ends              Date             Time             Reg. Ends
m-Noon        4/3               Wed Feb. 20 & 27*    5-8pm            2/18
                                Sat. Mar. 15**        9am-2pm          3/13
                                Wed Apr. 9 &16*       5-8pm            4/7
 n
American Red Cross Pet          Sat. May. 17**        9am-2pm          5/15
provide participants with        * Please bring a snack
 ge to provide immediate         **Please bring a brown bag lunch
  an injured animal until it    Registration In-progress
 rinarian.
 s course include:              Program Description
 tal signs                        The purpose of the American Red Cross
nd care for choking and         Babysitter’s Training course is to provide
 ergencies                      participants with the necessary skills and
                                knowledge to provide safe and responsible
nts of a “pet friendly” first   care for children in the absence of parents or
                                guardians.
th severe and minor             Topics covered in this course include:
                                • Learning how to pick up, hold, change, and
nd care for sudden                 feed infants and toddlers
poisoning, seizures, and        • How to identify safe toys and play for
d emergencies                      children at different developmental ages
d move an injured pet           • What the Babysitter’s role in guiding safe
ne, and joint injuries             and responsible play is
                                • How to recognize different emergency
nd care for cardiac
                                   situations
                                • How to check a conscious and unconscious
 ments                               infant and toddler for breathing
 n Red Cross Pet First          • How to provide care for an infant or toddler
no validity period,                with an obstructed airway or if they are not
                                   breathing
 te in all class sessions       • Learn how to provide basic first aid for
                                   different types of wounds and bleeding
 strate all required skills
                                Certification Requirements
                                  To receive an American Red Cross
Center Members                  Babysitter’s Training certification, with no
                                validity period, participants must:
nts                             • Be 11 years old by the last day of class
                                • Attend and participate in all class sessions
                                • Successfully demonstrate all required skills
to the American Red             Course Fees
and certification fees,            $35 for Community Center Members
                                   $40 for Residents
                                   $50 for Non-Residents
                                Additional Fee
                                   $18 made payable to the American Red
                                   Cross for supplies and certification fee, due
                                   at the class.