Department of Health required training for MAV operators in New Jersey. Provides the fundamentals of operating a wheelchair van/ambulette, working a hydraulic lift, and assisting patients with mobility needs. Click Here for Details
Safe driving course for point reduction and insurance discount. Required for compliance with Medical Transportation broker driver training for Medicaid providers.Click Here for Details
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training for healthcare providers and professional rescuers.Click Here for Details
Training program designed for non-healthcare workers who may need CPR/AED and/or First Aid certification.Click Here for Details
Required refresher session for Emergency Medical Technicians to renew their credential.Click Here for Details
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Online sessions allow EMTs to obtain required EMT continuing education credits.Click Here for Details
NURSING AND EMT STUDENTS: This is NOT the CPR class you should be taking as it does not satisfy requirements for your program. Please register for BLS
These are common programs needed to work in occupations that require some ability to respond to medical emergencies. Examples include daycare providers, fitness trainers, designated AED operators, confined space operators, and teachers.
This training program is designed for non-healthcare workers who may need CPR/AED and/or First Aid certification. The CPR component of the program discusses chest compressions, rescue breathing, and choking management for patients of various ages. The program can be adult/child only, or be combined with infant CPR. The AED portion of the program discusses automated external defibrillation of patients, and discusses device operations, application, and special circumstances.
First Aid can be taken separately or combined with the CPR/AED program. It discusses injuries such as bleeding control, broken bones, and burns. The program details the management of medical emergencies such as seizures and diabetic emergencies. It also discusses environmental emergencies such as poisoning, heat exhaustion and hypothermia.
Course Length: Varies - 3 hours to 7 hours depending on modules taken
Intended Audience: Security guards, fitness trainers, coaches, corporate employees, daycare providers, heavy industry workers, electricians, and others who may have to perform CPR/First Aid or operate an AED.
Card Issued: 2 Year course completion