American Heart Association

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 after reading this article, please reach out and we’ll be happy to answer them. As …

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Is advanced ECG & Pharmacology the same as ACLS?

Very often we are asked if the advanced ECG and Pharmacology course is the same as the ACLS course.  The answer is No. They are two different courses.  Let’s analyze each of them to understand the similarities and the differences. What is ACLS? ACLS ( advanced cardiovascular life support ) is a course offered by the …

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Is there a difference between AHA, ARC and other training programs that I should be aware of?

The American Heart Association (AHA) is a research-based organization that provides guidance and evidence-based standards to other organizations like the American Red Cross (ARC) for many years.  The AHA has funded more than $4.5 billion in heart disease and stroke research over the years.  Here are a few similarities and differences between the AHA and …

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My Job / School requires an in-person Course. Do Contactless Skills Count?

Code One Training Solutions is committed to providing the highest quality of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training possible. As we are all faced with new challenges during this pandemic, Code One Training Solutions is committed to the safety of our students and our staff. When you choose us as your training provider, your safety and learning …

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What Is A Training Site And Why Do I Have To Become One?

American Heart Association (AHA) instructors function as part of a hierarchy within the Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training and education division. From the top down, the AHA designates Training Centers (TCs) to oversee and supervise the activities of Training Sites and their instructors. Training Centers are responsible for: Train and update instructors Review rosters Issue …

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What Additional Training is Recommended for Dental & Medical Offices?

If you don’t need to go to a hospital or facility for a surgery or other such procedure, naturally you’d want to know what are the qualifications of the medical professionals involved on your care.  What are their qualifications?  How many times have they performed this procedure?  Where did they get their training?  What continuing …

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How is the Heartsaver K-12 First Aid different from Heartsaver Pediatric?

Do you work with kids and not sure if you should be taking a K-12 class or Heartsaver Pediatric course?Well, here is a quick guide to help you with your decision. HEARTSAVER PEDIATRIC The Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Course is designed to meet the regulatory requirements for child care workers in all 50 …

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First Aid & CPR Course for Connecticut Childcare Providers

Updated March 22, 2022 Childcare Providers in Connecticut are required to be licensed with the Office of Early Childhood (OEC) – this includes Family Daycare Homes, Group Daycare Homes, and Child Daycare Centers. OEC has numerous requirements which focus on the safety and wellbeing of the children attending daycare. There are a couple particular regulations …

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