CPR and First Aid

CPR for Healthcare Providers - CPR/BLS

This five-hour curriculum reflects the current American Heart Association guidelines for healthcare providers.  The course includes adult one-rescuer CPR, adult two-rescuer CPR, adult foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), pediatric CPR, pediatric FBAO, the use of bag mask ventilation devices for all victims and automated external defibrillators (AED). 

Who should take this course?

This course is appropriate for nurses, paramedics, EMTs, police, fire personnel, lifeguards, and other first responders. 

CCM students: 

This certification is required for all CCM Allied Health, Nursing, and Clinical Healthcare Professional students.  Students may complete this course through CCM or at other AHA approved providers.  This course can be used to fulfill one credit of the requirements for Health and Wellness electives as well. To obtain this credit, please contact your department BEFORE registering for the class.  

General Information

30 minutes is allotted for lunch.  Vending machines available on campus.  Campus cafeterias are closed on Saturdays.  It is recommended you bring a simple lunch with you.  Food may not be eaten in classrooms, but may be eaten in other designated areas.

Certificates:

American Heart Association CPR/BLS certificates, if not provided the day of the course will be mailed to your address of record with the college approximately 2-3 weeks after the course.

To register, go to https://webadvisor.ccm.edu/ and click on "Continuing Education (Non-Credit)." Have your credit card, social security number, and 5 digit Course Code number ready.

Alexander Balish, AHA & ASHI certified Instructor, Adjunct Instructor

Alex has been teaching for CCM since 2013.  He has been teaching CPR, First Aid and other related courses for more than a decade.  He owns his own CPR training company - Care1st.

CPR for Healthcare Providers

Course usage information

CPR For Healthcare Providers

This five hour curriculum reflects the current American Heart Association guidelines for healthcare providers. The course includes adult one-rescuer CPR, adult two-rescuer CPR, adult foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), pediatric CPR, pediatric FBAO, the use of bag mask ventilation devices for all victims and automated external defibrillators (AED). This course is appropriate for nurses, paramedics, EMTs, police, fire personnel, lifeguards, and other first responders. 30 minutes is allotted for lunch. Vending machines available on campus. CCM students: This course can be used to fulfill one credit of the requirements for Health and Wellness electives; and the CPR requirements for nursing and Allied Health students in preparation for the Professional track/Clinical requirements. To obtain this credit, please contact your department BEFORE registering for the class. CPR-129.