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Which CPR Course is best for Physical Therapists

Which CPR Course is best for Physical Therapists?

Physical therapists serve a critical role in the healthcare industry. Maintaining a valid CPR certification is an important requirement for Physical Therapists. The American Heart Association offers several CPR certification course options. This article will serve as a resource to

Do I need an AED for my home?

Do I need an AED for my home?

Access to life saving equipment is critical in emergency situations such as cardiac arrests. There is a common misconception that most cardiac arrest situations occur within the hospital. When in reality, that isn’t the case at all. The American Heart

How do I perform CPR on a woman?

How do I perform CPR on a woman?

Cardiac arrest occurs in both men and women, but women are 27% less likely to receive bystander CPR.1 Hesitation to perform CPR on women is common, especially in public settings. Research shows that bystanders are most concerned about exposing the

Florida EMT and Paramedic Recertification Process

Florida EMT and Paramedic Recertification Process

Florida Department of Health oversees the recertification process for EMT and Paramedic credentialed EMS providers. We’ve outlined the recertification process for Florida, provided some helpful links, and answered frequently asked questions. Information on this page was accurate at time of

Are the skills on the RQI the same as using a regular manikin?

Are the skills on the RQI the same as using a regular manikin?

The skills testing on the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) are very similar to what you would expect out of performing skills on a regular CPR manikin. With a traditional classroom setting, the manikins that are used are known as a

New Training Center Old Saybrook CT

New CPR Training Center In Old Saybrook, CT

East Hartford, CT, July 22, 2021 – Code One Training Solutions LLC, is a leading and growing provider of American Heart Association lifesaving CPR training and education. Operating over 25 locations throughout the U.S., today they announced the grand opening

Daycare Center CPR & First Aid Requirements For Massachusetts

Daycare Center CPR & First Aid Requirements For Massachusetts

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, licensed child care programs are regulated by the Department of Early Education & Care (EEC).  Its mission is to support the healthy growth and development of all children by providing high quality programs and resources

Code One Student AHA Course

How do I know if my Online AHA course is complete?

It’s very important to have your Online American Heart Association (AHA) completed before attending your skills appointment. This ensures that you’re fully prepared for your session and allows your instructor to issue your course completion certification at the end of

I just need to recertify, what's the process

“I just need to recertify, what’s the process?”

It’s that time again! Time to renew your provider certifications. Whether it’s BLS, ACLS, PALS, or Heartsaver, Code One offers a few ways you can recertify you American Heart Association certification. We currently provide three unique training options. BEACON, a

AHA Instructor Training Process

AHA Instructor Training Process

Have you ever wondered how the AHA Instructor Training Process works? It can get confusing, but this article will help walk you through the process from start to finish. If you’re interested in becoming an instructor and still have questions

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