- Darren Aaron
Professional group. Responsive, always available to assist and provide the tools I need to have a successful class. ... read more - 5/26/2018
- Marie Sprow
The initial contact by the company after I signed up, the confirmation, responsiveness with my questions, as well as the... read more - 7/23/2018Emily Clifford
Everyone here was just great. So helpful in getting me an appointment to take the skills portion of BLS provider.... read more - 9/27/2017Sabrina Botelho
Learned a lot in the two days I was there. Good learning experience. Only wish there was a acls session... read more - 7/03/2015
- Janice Jastrzebski
Just took the Medicine Administration Class and it was well worth the time spent. Denise was an awesome instructor and... read more - 8/29/2017
- Jefferson Smith
I highly recomend Code One to everyone for EMT! best place! great staff. very helpful. Shout out to my great... read more - 9/22/2015E T
Our BLS instructor was very knowledgable, patient & thorough. Code One makes you feel welcome & confident in your skills... read more - 5/11/2018
Code One’s Epinephrine Refresher course trains childcare providers on the safe delivery of emergency injectable medications commonly used in family daycare homes and childcare centers. This course is compliant with Connecticut Office of Early Childhood requirements.
Participants in this program must have previously completed the full Medication Administration program.
This course is specifically designed for Connecticut licensed childcare providers at family daycare homes and childcare centers.
This course includes a participant guide, testing, and authorization certificate.
$45 – Includes course materials, testing, and authorization certificate.
A skills examination and written test are conducted as part of this course. Students that do not successfully complete the skills test are remediated and allowed an additional attempt to test.
Participants that successfully complete training receive authorization for emergency injectable medications of one year.