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HeartSaver Courses

The American Heart Association designed the Heartsaver courses to prepare people to provide CPR, first aid, or AED use in a safe, timely, and effective manner. Students must pass a skills test to receive a certification card. All course costs include instructor time for instruction and skills tests, certification card, and pre-course materials (i.e. student manual and pre-course letters). After successful completion of the course the student will receive a certification that is good for 2 years.

Heartsaver CPR - covers adult/child CPR and choking, adult/child ventilation, AED demo. Infant CPR and Choking is optional

Heartsaver AED - same as Heartsaver CPR with CPR and AED instruction and practice. AED training will be with the site specific AED if there is one on site. Infant training is optional.

Heartsaver Adult First Aid with CPR and AED: this course covers adult/child CPR and AED use that is site specific to the AED they have on site. Students will receive in depth education on first aid basics and medical emergencies (breathing problems, choking, allergic reactions, chest pain, heart attack, stroke, fainting, seizure, shock, bleeding, orthopedic injuries, burns), splinting practice and education on enviromental emergencies.

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid with CPR and AED: All content in this course will be taught which includes adult/child CPR and Choking, Infant CPR and Choking, AED use, First Aid for infants, children and adults, Asthma care training for child care providers. This course conforms to the Minnesota certification requirements for child care providers. This is a full-day seminar.

Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens: the American Heart Association developed this course for people who have a reasonable chance of coming into contact with blood or blood-containing materials and to prepare people to be safe around bloodborne pathogen hazards. This training is part 1 of a 2 part training. Part 1 is given by us (Life Resource Training) and part 2 is given by their employer to meet site specific exposure control plan as outlined by OSHA standards. LRT can also provide the site specific training.
Note: This course is nicely paired with the Heartsaver CPR or AED course.