Presents skills for proficiency in victim assessment, recognition, and treatment of medical emergencies and other basic life support procedures. Includes observation experience in hospitals, emergency rooms or other sites. Provides the necessary training to become state or nationally registered as an EMT I, which is optional.
Special note: Students must have the strength to be able to move victims, sufficient vision to assess condition of victims and dexterity to perform the skills application procedures.
Registration Restrictions: Provide evidence of professional CPR training and certification that includes adult, child and infant CPR and airways obstruction relief maneuvers, including two rescuer CPR and barrier devices.