CPR AED for Professional Rescuers
Classroom Course with an American Red Cross Instructor
CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Course Schedule
Classes held 7 days a week:
CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Course Cost
CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Course Length
CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Course Certification Requirements
▪ Attend the entire course.
▪ Participate in all skill sessions and scenarios.
▪ Demonstrate competency in all required skills and scenarios.
▪ Pass the final written exam with a minimum grade of 80 percent
Certificate Issues and Validity Period
CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers, valid 2 years
CPR AED for Professional Rescuers Course Description
Attentive Safety provides the comprehensive CPR AED for Professional Rescuers program, equipping lifeguards, EMS personnel, police, security personnel, firefighters, and athletic trainers with the necessary skills to handle breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children, and infants. Our training ensures individuals are prepared to respond effectively until advanced medical personnel arrive. CPR AED for Professional Rescuers course is also intended for individuals serving in roles that would be called upon to provide support in emergency situations, such as aquatic facility, gym/fitness club or community/recreation center staff.
CPR AED for Professional Rescuers Course Leaning Objectives
Identify the responsibilities and characteristics of professional rescuers.
▪ List the series of events that occur when the emergency medical services (EMS)
system is activated.
▪ Understand how legal considerations affect professional rescuers.
▪ Recognize a life-threatening injury or illness.
▪ Demonstrate how to perform a primary assessment.
▪ Determine when it is appropriate to call for more advanced medical personnel.
▪ Describe instances in which a victim should be moved.
▪ Recognize and care for a breathing emergency.
▪ Demonstrate how to give ventilations using a resuscitation mask (adult/child and
▪ Demonstrate how to use a bag-valve-mask resuscitator (BVM) with two rescuers.
▪ Demonstrate how to care for an obstructed airway (adult/child and infant).
▪ List the links of the Cardiac Chain of Survival.
▪ Recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
▪ Identify how to care for a heart attack.
▪ Identify special situations that may arise when performing CPR.
▪ Describe the role and importance of early CPR in cardiac arrest.
▪ Demonstrate how to perform CPR (adult/child and infant).
▪ Demonstrate how to perform two-rescuer CPR (adult/child and infant).
▪ Describe what defibrillation is and how it works.
▪ Describe the role and importance of early defibrillation in cardiac arrest.
▪ List the general steps for using an automated external defibrillator (AED).
▪ Identify precautions for using an AED.
▪ Demonstrate how to use an AED (adult, child or infant).
▪ Describe the differences in using an AED (adult, child and infant) when CPR is in
▪ Decide what care to provide for breathing and cardiac emergencies.