First Aid/CPR/AED - Adult
Enrollment closes 2 weeks before class
Course Length: Two Day: (2) Two 3 Hour sessions Total of 6 hours
This USCG Approved one-day course provides training to mariners and encompasses adult one-person CPR and basic first aid practices. It meets the requirements for an Original Application for a USCG License.
This course will also be of value to anyone who operates a vessel and wishes to be competent administering first aid or CPR on land or
No prior experience is required.
Training meets American Red Cross and OSHA Guidelines for First
Aid Programs and combines lecture, interactive video demonstrations featuring
emergency scenarios that are likely to occur in a workplace environment and
hands-on training to teach participants lifesaving skills.
Participants learn first aid skills for treating a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies. Participants also learn to manage sudden illnesses, stroke, seizure, bites and poisoning.
CPR-Adult: Participants learn how to perform CPR and
care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults.
AED: Participants learn how to use an automated external
defibrillator (AED) on adult victims of cardiac arrest
Participate in all skill sessions and scenarios
To successfully complete the course and obtain their American
Red Cross Certification the participant must
Demonstrate competency in all required skills
Length of class will vary dependent on selection of topics.
2 year certification will be issued within 2 weeks after class.
Captain Marty Liljequist