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Second Chance CPR is pleased to offer the following courses for the 2015 Calendar Year. At Second Chance CPR we pride ourselves on being committed to excellence.  This includes ensuring we are constantly providing the latest courses and teaching with the latest technology. Second Chance CPR want to ensure that you are getting the proper training for the field your responding to. If you are unsure of what course or courses you need, feel free to email us or call us to ensure your registered for the right class.

 

Course Offerings

BLS Health Care Provider CPR (HCP C)                                                                                         

Course Length: 4- 6 Hours

This course will focus on skills the participants will need to respond in a healthcare setting. It will teach them how to respond with the competencies needed at a professional level when responding to a cardiopulmonary emergency involving an adult, child or infant. It is geared for participants who work in the medical profession. Physicians, Nurses and other Health Care Professionals. As well as First Responders or Students in any of the above fields. For participants who do not fall under the medical or health care field, the BLS Heartsaver CPR and AED (C) course may be better suited for your needs. For the HCP CPR course, specifically, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify the principles of and the rationale for one-rescuer and two-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing for all ages including appropriate use of the AED.
  • demonstrate the proper sequence for managing an airway obstruction in all ages
  • demonstrate the proper sequence for one-rescuer and two-rescuer CPR/AED for all ages (two-rescuer infant skills are optional)
  • demonstrate high quality CPR the special considerations (pregnancy, mouth to stoma etc.)
  • demonstrate how to clear airway obstructions in adults, children and infants (choking) and use of Advanced Airways and Barrier Devices and Bag Valve Masks (BVM)

 

Heartsaver CPR and AED and (C)                                                                                                                                                   Course Length: 4 Hours

This course will focus on skills the participants will need to respond to a medical emergency they may encounter. With the focus on CPR and AED skills. This course will give the participant the skills to respond with confidence and skills needed when responding to a cardiopulmonary emergency involving an adult, child or infant. This course is intended for the general public. Specifically participants will be able to:

· identify the principles of and the rationale for one-rescuer CPR and AED for all ages

· demonstrate the proper sequence for managing an airway obstruction in all ages

· demonstrate CPR special considerations (pregnancy, mouth to stoma etc.)

· demonstrate how to clear airway obstructions in adults, children and infants (choking) and use of Barrier Devices

 

Standard First Aid with Health Care Provider “C” CPR

Course Length: 16 Hours

This course teaches the participant how to approach and manage medical emergencies and provide care to the patient until EMS arrives. This course is required for workplaces employing six or more workers in any one shift at a work area or those interested in gaining enhanced first aid knowledge and skills as required by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board under which Second Chance CPR is an approved provider for First Aid programs (WSIB Reg. 1101).

This course is also utilized by health care professionals and students entering classes in the Health Care Field (Nursing, Police, Firefighting, Dental Assistants, and Health Care Workers).

 All courses include an Emergency Action Guide (First Aid Booklet), Wallet cards, and printed wall Certificates for courses attended. The participants will also receive a single use Face Shield (CPR barrier device).  

                           

Courses Include following topics:

 

Bleeding and Wound Management

Muscular/Skeletal Emergencies

Head & Spinal Emergencies

Respiratory Emergencies

Communicable Diseases

 

 

 

Burns

Seizures

Diabetic Emergencies

Poisoning

Triage

Defibrillation

 

 

Airway

Breathing

Circulation

Rescue Breathing CPR Skills Heart Attack & Stroke Choking (conscious/unconscious)

 

Defibrillation with HealthCare Provider Level  “C” CPR

Course Length:  4- 8 Hours

This course is designed for people who work in an area where a Public Access Defibrillator is available, or for personnel who are looking to further their medical training.  Course includes anticipation/planning of a cardiac arrest, step-by-step instructions on how to successfully use a defibrillator, care and stabilization of a patient.  Medical Delegation, quality assurance reviews and policies and procedures. Second Chance CPR is proud to offer training for all AED’s on the market.

 

All courses include a PAD- R AED or First Responder FR-D workbook, Wallet cards, and printed wall Certificates for courses attended. The participants will also receive a Face Shield (CPR barrier device).

 

Chemical Spill Response Training              

Course Length: Customized to facility

This course provides the participant with the knowledge and skills to clean up small spills and leaks. The participants are trained to approach, identify, and secure an area that is affected by the spill. The course follows the NFPA guidelines for Hazardous Materials Awareness dealing with small spills and leaks. The participants will receive hands-on training as well as knowledge of resource locations to help identify a spilled material. This course will be customized to each individual site to better allow for a safe response.

  

Respirator Selection, Use and Care

Course Length: 4 – 6 Hours

This program provides comprehensive respirator training for persons who need to become familiar with the OSHA and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z 94.4 respirator standards, in dealing with the care, selection and use of Respirators in the workplace.

 

Overview of Respiratory Protection

This course provides a practical overview of respirators, standards, guidelines, use limitations, fit testing techniques, worker training requirements, and a review of respirator medical clearance examinations. This course is helpful to individuals who use and/or oversee respirator users in their workplace.

                

Fit Testing Workshop

Course Length: 2 – 4 Hours

This workshop provides detailed information and “hands-on” experience for conducting qualitative and quantitative respirator fit testing. A combination of lecture and “hands-on testing in the presence of a trained and experienced instructor will be used to help participants learn how to conduct respirator fit testing to satisfy regulatory requirements. Includes fit test requirements required by the NEW OHSA Respirator Standard. New for 2012, we have acquired a TSI Porta Count to conduct Quantitative Fit testing.

  

Blood borne Pathogens in the Workplace

Course Length: 2 – 4 Hours

This course will take the participant through the definitions of different Blood borne Pathogens that can be contracted or spread through blood and bodily contact. The course will work to dispel some of the myths surrounding Blood borne Pathogens and will teach you potential exposure methods in the workplace. Topics of dealing with sharps, proper personal protective equipment and how to clean up the release of a Blood borne Pathogen.

 

Fire Extinguisher Training

Course Length: 2 – 4 Hours

The course we provide touches on important fire safety principles for industry, and institutions. Each program is specially designed to deal directly with the inherent fire hazards at the location. The training is designed to provide for the “greater safety” and take into account life safety practices: Topics include: classes of fires, the effects of proper and improper use of fire extinguishers, fire science, review of fire escape plan. New to our program is the addition of training utilizing live fire.