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We Are Code One

Our Mission is to prepare rescuers with the skills and knowledge they need to save lives.

Code One is an American Heart Association Training Center providing BLS, CPR, First Aid, and Advanced Life Support (ACLS and PALS) certification courses at nine locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Georgia. Code One serves clients nationally with mobile teams that provide on-site CPR training at workplaces throughout the country.  Code One’s Connecticut centers provide Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification programs.  AED Team is owned and operated by Code One and provides defibrillator program consultation, sales, and maintenance services.

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Contactless Skills Testing for American Heart Association Certification Courses

Code One offers contactless skills appointments for all Online American Heart Association (AHA) Courses - Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, BLS Provider, ACLS Provider, and PALS Provider. Participants complete the bulk of their training online and then come to a Code One...

8/5/20: Webinar Series: 24/7 Access to Defibrillation

Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Register Here Although many of our public spaces, schools and venues have AEDs, they are not always available.When a person suffers cardiac arrest, there is a one in five chance a potentially life-saving Automated...

CPR Training Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic

Regional Director Kori Burz was interviewed recently by Spectrum News in Worcester about CPR training during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Code One is ensuring the safety of our clients. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqUzRQFGf4Y

What is a virtual skill test for CPR?

CPR skills, particularly chest compressions, need to be practiced and evaluated to ensure that high-quality CPR is delivered when it is needed in an emergency. Amid COVID-19 precautions, the American Heart Association (AHA) rightfully continues to require skill...

More is Not Always Better

We all know that an alcohol-based hand sanitizer is a good alternative when regular hand washing is not available.  The recommendation from the FDA as well as the CDC is that the sanitizer contains 60%-80% alcohol (ethanol)1,2.  Why?  The outer membrane...

The Calm Before the Storm: Life as a flight paramedic in the COVID-19 era

It started way back in January when I started noticing the people at my base getting sick; hacking up a lung, going home with fevers and just generally being uncharacteristically miserable. Then the patients seemed to be getting sicker, which isn’t all that unusual as...

05/28/2020: Webinar Series: Training for Success

FREE Webinar Series:  Training for Success:  Empowering your team with Effective Training Methods May 28 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST Register Now Speaker Bio:  Kori is Code One's Director of Talent, an EMS Instructor, and Mental Health First Aid facilitator...

5/21/20: Webinar Series: 24/7 Access to Defibrillation

Thursday, May 21, 2020 | 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Register Here Although many of our public spaces, schools and venues have AEDs, they are not always available.When a person suffers cardiac arrest, there is a one in five chance a potentially life-saving Automated External...

5/14/20: Webinar Series: Navigating the NREMT Recertification Process

Thursday, May 14, 2020 | 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Register Here Description:  The majority of states use the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) model, including Connecticut which adopted it earlier this year.  The NCCP sets recertification requirements for EMS...

EMT Training During COVID-19 Recovery

As states begin the tedious process of safely restarting their economies this month, schools, colleges, and universities are determining the best plan to reopen for students. EMT training is among the more challenging programs to deliver using distance learning. EMT...