All Skills CPR Training is a comprehensive program designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively to cardiac emergencies and potentially save lives. This training goes beyond basic CPR and may include a variety of advanced techniques and scenarios. Here’s what you can expect from an All Skills CPR training program:
- CPR/AED : This training typically starts with the fundamentals of how to recognize a cardiac emergency, activate the emergency response system (call 911), and perform high-quality chest compressions and rescue breaths on adult, child, and infant victims.
- Advanced Techniques Skills CPR training may cover more advanced CPR techniques such as two-rescuer CPR, use of bag-mask ventilation, and the use of advanced airway devices.
- Automated External Defibrillator : (AED) Training: Participants will learn how to use an AED effectively, which includes recognizing when to use it, applying the electrodes correctly, and safely operating the device to deliver shocks as needed.
- Special Populations: training may include information and techniques for performing CPR on special populations, such as pregnant women, obese individuals, and victims with physical disabilities.
- Choking Response: Instruction on how to respond to a choking victim, including performing the Heimlich maneuver for adults, children, and infants.
- Team Dynamics: If the course is designed for healthcare providers or first responders, it may include information on effective team dynamics during resuscitation efforts.
- Scenario-based Training: Participants often engage in practical, scenario-based exercises to apply the skills they’ve learned in real-life situations. This helps build confidence and reinforces knowledge.
- 2 year Certification: Successful completion of the All Skills CPR training program typically results In a 2 year certification. Certification is often required for healthcare professionals, first responders, and others who may need to perform CPR in their roles. We commend those that just want to know !
The goal of such training is to prepare individuals to respond confidently and effectively to a wide range of cardiac emergencies, from basic life support to more complex scenarios.