First Aid response training does not have to be dry or boring. Code Eight EMS programs are practical, down-to0earth, realistic, and, fun for the instructor and student.
We believe in student participation rather than lecturing, PowerPoints, and videos. Sure, there must be a certain amount of lecture time to communicate basic concepts. However, the simple fact is that first aid is hands-on rather than theoretical.
Our goal is to prepare people without any previous medical training, to provide basic emergency care until professionals take over. We stress the practical aspects of rendering aid to the sick and injured.
How can we accomplish these goals? We set up realistic scenarios in our Standard First Aid Response training program, using theatrical injuries and blood to simulate a real emergency scene. These scenarios are especially meaningful when the course is conducted in the workplace. The student responds to scenarios in their work environment.
A significant bonus to this method is identifying hazards during training and contributing to an Emergency Medical Response Plan.,
Intermediate 2-day first aid response training. Blended learning is available. Required for workplaces with more than five workers on a shift, police, fire, corrections officers, and, many college and university programs.
Professional infant, child, and adult CPR and AED for healthcare workers including first responders. Includes use of oxygen, BVM (Bag-Valve-Mask), and may include oral airways for some groups.
Professional level infant, child, and adult CPR and AED for dental professionals (dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants).
Basic AED Rescuer plus realistic scenario training in the facility. The First Aid Team practices responding to a variety of locations within the facility to improve response times.
Train up to 72 people in Hands-Only CPR in 6 one-hour sessions per day. Specially designed for organizations that have a First Aid Team with Basic or Advanced Rescuer training. Victims of Sudden Cardiac Arrest have a significantly improved chance of survival when CPR is started immediately,