A. Emergency First Response is one of the fastest-growing international CPR, AED and First Aid training organizations, with more than 56,000 instructors world-wide. Emergency First Response Participant courses include Primary Care (CPR), Secondary Care (first aid), Care for Children and CPR & AED courses that include recommended skills for Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use and an orientation to emergency oxygen use.
A. Anyone who is interested in acquiring or updating CPR and first aid skills.
A. Mobile First Response runs courses in our office or at a location of your choice (office/home/hotel) in Chico, California and Butte County.
A. Each course provides instruction on how to perform specific emergency patient care skills (CPR and first aid). Information on each of theEmergency First Response courses can be found on the Courses page.
A. Course costs vary depending on the options you choose. Contact us for more detailed pricing or check out the individual course pages.
A. An Automated External Defibrillators (AED) is an easy-to-use portable machine that automatically analyzes a patient’s heart rhythm and detects when a shock is needed to restore a normal heart rhythm. AED units dramatically increase the survival rate of these patients. Because early intervention is so important for these patients, many businesses, government agencies, recreational facilities and public places are making AEDs readily available for properly trained personnel. Mobile First Response includes AED training in all its courses.
A. It varies depending on how your course is conducted. For example, it might be as short as three to four hours, especially if your course incorporates independent study. If the Primary and Secondary Care courses do not incorporate independent study, they could take from five to eight hours. Since the course is performance-based, other factors, such as the number of participants, and how quickly participants master the skills practice sessions will also determine course length. Approximate times are listed on each courses page.
A. Emergency First Response courses are supported by a full contingent of educational materials, including:
Emergency First Response Participant manual (with independent study section, skill workbook and reference guide). This is used for the Primary Care and Secondary Care courses.
Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care video.
Emergency First Response Care for Children Participant manual (with independent study section, skill workbook and reference guide). This is used for the Primary Care and Secondary Care courses for infants and children up to eight years old.
Emergency First Response Care for Children Care video.
Emergency First Response CPR & AED Participant manual (with independent study section and skill workbook). This is used for the CPR & AED courses.
Emergency First Response CPR & AED video.
A. It is recommended that you refresh your skills every two years. After successfully completing the course, participants receive a course completion card. Emergency Responders can refresh their skills through a short skills practice session or as part of a regular Emergency First Response class.
A. It is possible to gain US college credit for the Emergency First Response Instructor Course. Contact us for more details.
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