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I refer to them as class types. Here are the five class types I want to mention.

 

CPR 

 

  • CPR BLS - Required for Healthcare Professionals: RN, LPN, CNA, HHA. Students learn how to recognize a life-threatening emergency, how to provide basic life support, including CPR and AED use, and what to do in case of an airway obstruction or choking. ASHI's Basic Life Support, BLS course  for Healthcare Providers and Professional Rescuers has been approved for training for Emergency Medical Services personnel and is accepted by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).Two-year certification. 

  • Pediatric CPR BLS - Required for childcare professionals, teachers and school bus drivers: recommended for teachers, camp counselors, babysitters and nannies. You will learn first aid basics, including how to handle emergencies. Students will learn CPR use for choking, and CPR and AED use for children and infants. This course is designed for anyone involved in childcare who has a duty to respond to emergencies until professional help arrives. Two-year certification.

  • CPR Community - Recommended for Teachers, Fitness Instructors, Scouts, Students, Babysitters, Parents & Grandparents. The CPR Community course provides lay rescuers with the fundamental skills and confidence to perform CPR on adults, children, or infants. You will learn how to recognize and alleviate airway obstructions, and the signs, symptoms, and corrective action for a stroke or heart attack.Two-year certification. *Meets the Florida high school graduation requirement for HOPE/ Life Management class

 

First Aid 

 

Required for Healthcare Professionals, Childcare Professionals and recommended for everyone. This basic first aid course is for the general public and those requiring certification to treat victims in an emergency. Course content includes training on bleeding, bone breaks, burns, breathing emergencies, seizures, heat/cold emergencies and more. This class can be (and should be!) combined with any CPR course.Two-year certification.

 

Bloodborne Pathogens

Specialized training for those at risk for on-the-job exposure to blood and other bodily fluids. You will learn how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to avoid exposure and what to do if exposed to infectious material. Course follows OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030. One-year certification.

 

Fire Extinguisher Safety 

Required for Childcare Professionals. You will learn the basic elements of fire prevention and fire extinguisher use. One-year certification.

 

AVERT - Active Violence Emergency Response Training

Is your organization trained to react in a life-threatening situation? AVERT combines active shooter and bleeding control training to give you and your team the skills you need in almost any emergency situation. This class includes on-site, hands-on learning experience at your location in which you and your team will learn:

 

  • Warning signs of violence

  • Situational Awareness

  • Equipping Your Space

  • Escape and Evade Techniques

  • Defend and Attack

  • Emergency Bleeding Control

With AVERT training, you'll learn under realistic circumstances how to recognize the signs of danger, react appropriately, and make rapid survival decisions. One year certification.



 

 

SHOP page

 

I need to simplify and reorganize the offerings. I will only display a few AEDs and the accessories (batteries and pads) for AED units.



 

Accreditation page

 

After the text "Click to Read More" - each section should be hidden and only visible when someone clicks to read more.


 

The International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) is a group of governing bodies from countries in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, who set international standards for resuscitation and first aid techniques and instruction. ILCOR’s guidelines are shared with a specific group of five accrediting agencies within the USA:

 

1.   The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) 

2.   The American Heart Association (AHA)

3.   The American Red Cross (ARC)

4.   National Safety Council (NSC) 

5.   Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI)

 

Other CPR training providers (particularly those with low-cost, 100% online programs) may claim to be “nationally accredited”, but their so-called accreditations come from phony or irrelevant organizations. Only the five agencies listed above are accredited within the USA.

 

CardioCare CPR Training and Certification is accredited by The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).

 

Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) - CLICK TO READ MORE -

ASHI and AHA are the only accredited agencies to provide continuing medical education (CMEs) through CAPCE. 

 

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) - CLICK TO READ MORE -

ASHI is OSHA standard-compliant for all training programs they offer.

 

Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (ACHA):

9A-18.0081  - CLICK TO READ MORE –

 

(11) CNAs and home health aides referred by nurse registries must maintain a current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification from an instructor or training provider that is approved to provide training by The American Heart Association, The American Red Cross, or The American Health and Safety Institute, and that provides CPR training in which the student is required to demonstrate, in person, that he or she is able to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (https://ahca.myflorida.com/)

Florida Board of Dentistry:

- CLICK TO READ MORE -

64B5-14.004

(b) Maintenance of competency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation evidenced by certification in an American Heart Association or American Red Cross or equivalent Agency sponsored cardiopulmonary resuscitation course at the basic life support level to include one-man CPR, two-man CPR, infant resuscitation and obstructed airway, with a periodic update not to exceed two years.https://floridasdentistry.gov/

Florida Department of Children and Families: 

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Child Care Standards 65C-22.001(6), Florida Administrative Code. All child care personnel are required to complete 40 hours of mandated training and must meet the early literacy, First Aid and Pediatric CPR, Safe Sleep/Shaken Baby Syndrome, and Fire Extinguisher training requirements. Note: By October 2019, all child care staff must have current First Aid and Pediatric CPR.

https://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/child-care/

1. Yes - with the shopping page, I need to simplify and reorganize the offerings. I will only display a few AEDs and the accessories (batteries and pads) for AED units.

2. With the privacy page - that copy can remain as is, but can all be connected to a footer link on the home page (or anywhere else it is needed)

3. Revised content for the Accreditation page is pasted below. After the text "Click to Read More" - each section should be hidden and only visible when someone clicks to read more.

 

The International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) is a group of governing bodies from countries in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, who set international standards for resuscitation and first aid techniques and instruction. ILCOR’s guidelines are shared with a specific group of five accrediting agencies within the USA:

 

1.   The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI)

2.   The American Heart Association (AHA)

3.   The American Red Cross (ARC)

4.   National Safety Council (NSC)

5.   Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI)

 

Other CPR training providers (particularly those with low-cost, 100% online programs) may claim to be “nationally accredited”, but their so-called accreditations come from phony or irrelevant organizations. Only the five agencies listed above are accredited within the USA.

 

CardioCare CPR Training and Certification is accredited by The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).

 

Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) - CLICK TO READ MORE -

ASHI and AHA are the only accredited agencies to provide continuing medical education (CMEs) through CAPCE. 

 

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) - CLICK TO READ MORE -

ASHI is OSHA standard-compliant for all training programs they offer.

 

Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (ACHA):
9A-18.0081  - CLICK TO READ MORE –

 

(11) CNAs and home health aides referred by nurse registries must maintain a current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification from an instructor or training provider that is approved to provide training by The American Heart Association, The American Red Cross, or The American Health and Safety Institute, and that provides CPR training in which the student is required to demonstrate, in person, that he or she is able to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (https://ahca.myflorida.com/)

 

Florida Board of Dentistry:

- CLICK TO READ MORE -

64B5-14.004
(b) Maintenance of competency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation evidenced by certification in an American Heart Association or American Red Cross or equivalent Agency sponsored cardiopulmonary resuscitation course at the basic life support level to include one-man CPR, two-man CPR, infant resuscitation and obstructed airway, with a periodic update not to exceed two years.https://floridasdentistry.gov/

 

Florida Department of Children and Families: 

- CLICK TO READ MORE - 

Child Care Standards 65C-22.001(6), Florida Administrative Code. All child care personnel are required to complete 40 hours of mandated training and must meet the early literacy, First Aid and Pediatric CPR, Safe Sleep/Shaken Baby Syndrome, and Fire Extinguisher training requirements. Note: By October 2019, all child care staff must have current First Aid and Pediatric CPR.

https://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/child-care/

For "Blended/Online Classes" for CPR, you take the first portion online by buying the course in our SHOP & then do a skills test-out via Zoom live video or in-person skills session. See more details by clicking "How Do Online/Blended Classes Work?" on our navigation tab up top.

 

BECAUSE OUR ONLINE/BLENDED CLASS IS NOT 100% ONLINE, it is PERMITTED AND ENTIRELY VALID under our national certifying agency, The American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), which follows the guidelines established by the American Heart Association.

Beware of others who advertise CPR classes as 100% online. They are not accredited! A CPR class must include a skills test-out (in person or via Zoom) to be accepted by employers and regulatory agencies.