In order to become certified, learners must complete the two-day in-class course, achieve a minimum of 75% on the final test, and participate in 100% of the courses theory and hands-on lessons.
Once training is completed, learners will have the knowledge and skills needed to provide medical care in emergency situations, provide CPR to adults, children, and infants, and be able to identify when and how to use an AED.
Upon successfully finishing the Red Cross Standard First Aid / CPR C certification training, participants will be able to:
Understand the history and purpose of the Red Cross.
Identify and apply first aid to Airway, Breathing, and Circulation Emergencies.
Know how to be prepared for emergency situations.
Identify and apply first aid to Cardiac Arrest emergencies.
Understand the EMS Systems.
Identify and apply first aid to Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries.
Be able to properly use the CCC Method. (Check, Call, Care)
Identify and apply first aid to Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries.
Provide emergency Wound Care.
Know the proper procedures for sudden medical emergencies.
Know how to provide care and stay safe during Environmental Illnesses.
Understand the procedures in case of contact with, or the ingestion of, poison.