A: Students will learn adult, child, and infant CPR, how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED), unconscious and conscious choking for adults, children, and infants, pediatric asthma and anaphylaxis, and the most common first aid for pediatric emergencies.
A: The course is a mixture of video, instructor lecture and skills practice. At the end of the course, there is skills testing and a written exam. Your instructor will guide you through all the course material ahead of testing time. You will definitely be fully prepared for the exam.
A: Students learn how to source the problem during an emergency, as well as how to help these injuries/illnesses, including: how to stop bleeding; how to bandage a cut or wound; how to use an epinephrine injection pen (to treat anaphylaxis from an allergic reaction); how to differentiate mild versus severe allergic reactions; how to assemble an inhaler; how to give adult, child and infant CPR; how to help a choking adult, child and infant; how to help someone drowning; how to treat broken bones, sprains, eye injuries, bites and stings, burns, fainting, fever, and frostbite, and the effects of dehydration, diabetes, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and hypothermia.
American Heart Association Pediatric First Aid and CPR: https://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/idc/groups/heart-public/@wcm/@ecc/documents/downloadable/ucm_455815.pdf