Get Your CPR Certification
Do you know what to do in case of a medical emergency? At Nurse Life we can help you to get your American Heart Association BLS (basic life support) and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification. This enables you to act quickly and decisively when it matters the most!
When it comes to CPR certification, this is the gold standard. We work to make sure you are getting properly trained, getting plenty of opportunities to ask questions and practice, and feel confident that you would be able to respond helpfully in a medical emergency. Our goal is to leave you not only with the card that designates you as certified in administering BLS and CPR, but with the skills and confidence to deliver on that promise if it is ever necessary.
When someone is struggling to breathe or cardiac arrest occurs, it can be a terrifying experience not only for the person it’s happening to, but for everyone else around them as well. Not knowing what to do in such an event only increases the stress and trauma for the duration, not to mention the possibility that the victim might suffer grievous bodily harm or even death. When someone is struggling to breathe or sudden cardiac arrest occurs, being a CPR certified responder can save lives!
BLS provides the foundation for saving lives after a person experiences a cardiac arrest. You will learn the use of CPR for victims of all ages. You will be able to practice as a single and multi-rescuer team/ The skills that you will learn while taking this course will enable you to recognize cardiac arrest, activate the emergency response system early, and respond quickly with confidence.
After completing this training you will feel confident in:
- Describing the important of high-quality CPR and how it can impact survival
- Describing the steps of the Chain of Survival
- Applying the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival, as necessary
- Recognizing the signs of a person who needs CPR
- Performing high-quality CPR on an adult
- Describing the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED)
- Demonstrating the appropriate use of an AED
- Providing effective ventilations by using a barrier device
- Performing high-quality CPR on a child
- Performing high-quality CPR on an infant
- Describing the importance of teams in multi-rescuer resuscitation
- Performing as an effective team member during multi-rescuer CPR
- Describing the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child
- Describing the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant
This training is perfect for:
Behavioral Health Workers
...And Many More Professionals!
Additionally, we’ll come to you! We strive to make this training as easy and accessible as possible. We’ll work with you to schedule our training for a time and place that works best for you and your group, whether it is your company or a different organization interested in getting BLS and CPR certified.