This course is offered in English and Spanish.
This course provides life-saving skills, practiced during scenarios and featuring methods that replicate real life situations, on and off the job. Students learn to recognize and safely respond to situations relative to their particular work environment that include scenarios such as, but not limited to, electrocutions, drug overdose, heat related illnesses, and collapse at home or on the job. Students also are taught how to respond to a heart attack and feel confident in using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
The course is designed to meet OSHA regulations. Students are provided course manuals, a ‘quick reference’ guide and an accompanying CD-ROM. AMA’s CPR, AED and First Aid Training instructor is certified through The National Safety Council. The National Safety Council CPR, AED and First Aid training adheres to the standards of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).
AMA provides National Safety Council certificates to students after successful completion of the course. The CPR/AED training Certification is valid for 2-years from the course completion date. The First Aid training Certification is valid for 3-years from the course completion date.
AMA also offers American Red Cross approved First Aid/CPR/AED training upon request.