American Heart Association Heart Saver First Aid Programs

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The AHA’s Heartsaver First Aid Course is a classroom, Instructor-led course designed to prepare those dealing with high risk community members first aid in a safe, timely, and effective manner.

  • Includes rescuer duties, victim and rescuer safety, medical, injury, and environmental emergencies.
  • Particular emphasis on managing allergic reactions, use of the epi-pen; airway, asthma, diabetes and seizure crisis.
  • Care of victims with bleeding, broken bones, burns and electrical injures.
  • The course also includes management of common environmental emergencies.

NOTE: AHA certificates are $20

Please arrive at least 20 min's early to sign-in and bring a picture ID.

First Aid training includes:

  • Part 1: First Aid Basics – Rescuer Duties, Victim and Rescuer Safety, Phoning for Help, Finding the Problem, and What to do After an Emergency.
  • Part 2: Medical Emergencies – Breathing Problems, Choking, Allergic Reactions, Heart Attacks, Fainting, Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar, Stroke, Seizures, and Shock.
  • Part 3: Injury Emergencies – Bleeding you can see, Wounds, bleeding you can’t see, Head, Neck, and Spine Injuries, Broken Bones and Sprains, Burns and Electrical Injuries,
  • Part 4: Environmental Emergencies – Bites and Stings, Heat-Related Injuries, Cold-Related Injuries, and Poison Emergencies.

The registration fee for the course is $35.00, You may obtain the adult course manual (15-1021) by visiting www.worldpoint.com.