BLS Healthcare Provider CPR Renewal Course
Dates: November 13, 2021
Meets: Sa from 3 PM to 5 PM
Location: Instructional Planning Center Center Room 1
Registration Fee: $45.00
This course is the CPR training requirement for Healthcare providers such as Nurses, EMT's, Physicians, etc. The prerequisite for this course is a previous Healthcare Provider CPR Certification. The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers Classroom Course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Students must have 2015 guidelines manual. Fee includes student manual, and materials needed and 2 year AHA certification card. If student brings their own AHA book, must have ID #: 15-1010 on back cover on the lower right side of the book.
Choose "Registration without manual" if you bring AHA book with ID #: 15-1010 on back cover on the lower right side of the book.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 45.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Register without Manual||$ 33.00|
Instructional Planning Center Center Room 1
I began my career as a Paramedic in Pennsylvania. I managed an ambulance service about an hour south of Pittsburgh. I moved to Sioux Falls SD to raise a family in 1992. I continued to volunteer as a Paramedic as I raised my children. I now work full time at the Avera Heart Hospital and as a BLS/ACLS Instructor with Heartstarters. I was born third to the last into a family of 9 children and started babysitting early. I have three children ages 35,25,23 and two grandchildren ages 1 and 6. I teach many life support courses for Community Ed and have combined several classes for the Super-Sitter program. Students from the Supersitter class don't just learn to watch children, they learn to play, feed and care for children. They learn how to identify risks and prevent injury and illness and know what to do in an emergency! I enjoy teaching people of all ages to be prepared to prevent injury and illness and what they can do should if they are on the scene of a victim needing help.
|11/13/2021||Saturday||3 PM to 5 PM||Instructional Planning Center Center Room 1|