First Aid/CPR CPU

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In the First Aid/CPR CPU, students practice applying a cold pack to a "victim."

The Applied Technologies First Aid/CPR CPU offers students intensive computer-based training and hands-on skill practice in basic first aid and CPR procedures. This course prepares students to effectively deal with emergency scene management and render aid for a wide spectrum of injuries.

Students also cover infant, child, and adult CPR techniques. Training to treat cardiac emergencies using an external automated defibrillator is combined with the industry standard audio CPR coach to ensure students will be using the most current recommended procedures. Students follow safety guidelines and recommended protocols to provide first aid or CPR in accordance with accepted legal, ethical, and precautionary practices.

Featured Careers

  • Registered nurse
  • Home health aide
  • EMT (emergency medical technician)
  • Physician's assistant

Skill Development

Health Science Skills

Students view a video on the job responsibilities of an emergency medical technician (EMT).
  • Treatment procedures for:
    • Wound care
    • Sprains and fractures
    • Severe bleeding
    • Burns
    • Shock
    • Various cardiac conditions requiring CPR and/or treatment with an AED
  • Legal, ethical, and emotional issues of being a rescuer and rendering aid
  • Universal safety precautions including dealing with blood-born pathogens and other risks
  • Emergency scene management

Academic Skills

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Problem solving
  • Biology

What's Included

  • Applied Technologies First Aid/CPR courseware CD
  • First aid training software
  • CPR manikin
  • Adult and infant mouth and lung bags
  • AED machine kit
  • Reusable electrode adhesive pads
  • ABD pads
  • Miscellaneous materials and consumables
  • Instructor's Overview
  • Media Cruiser

Ordering Information

First Aid/CPR - HS1037
Note: This is not intended as a CPR certification training course.
CPU Objectives