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PEDIATRIC CPR
& FIRST AID
TRAINING

The goal of this training is to help students developed the skills, knowledge, and confidence to respond to a medical emergency. Medical Emergencies involving children can happen at any time and anywhere. When sudden illness or injuries occur, a trained pediatric first aid provider can protect or save lives prior to the arrival of emergency medical services personnel. 

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What does this course teach?
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  • First Aid Basics including:

  • medical injury

  • poison

  • environmental emergencies

  • bleeding control

  • bandaging, etc.

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  • Diabetes / low blood sugar

  • heat & cold-related

  • drowning

  • amputations

  • bites and stings

  • broken bones & sprains.

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  • using a tourniquet & shock

  • internal bleeding

  • burns electrical injuries

  • allergic reactions

  • breathing problems

  • dehydration. 

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  • Splinters

  • Nose Bleed

  • Fainting

  • Seizures

  • Injuries to the head, eyes, neck, spine, mouth & teeth

Who should take this course?

Designed to meet national standards for pediatric first aid, CPR, and AED training. HSI's Medic Pediatric CPR and First Aid Training is designed for anyone who works in ECE or anyone who is involved in caring for young children.

 

This includes Childcare workers, Counselors, Teachers, Sports Coaches, etc. 

MEDIC Pediatric Plus FAQ

Are ASHI, EMS Safety, and MEDIC First Training Programs equivalent to the training programs of the America Heart Association, Inc. and the American National Red Cross?


Yes. ASHI, EMS Safety, and MEDIC First Aid Training Programs are equivalent to those offered by both corporations. ​




Does issuance of ASHI, EMS Safety and MEDIC First Aid certification card require an in-person evaluation of hands-on skills by an HSI authorized instructor to verify skill competency before a certification is issued?


Yes. ASHI, EMS Safety and MEDIC First Aid training programs that contain psychomotor skill objectives require an in-person, hands-on skill evaluation to verify skill competency prior to issuance of a cerfircation card. ​




Does Blended ASHI,EMS Safety and MEDIC First Aid meet Child Care Licensing Minimum Standards?


Yes. ASHI, EMS Safety and MEDIC First Aid does meet child care licensing standards under Subchapter D- Division 4- Standard §746.1315




Does Online-Only First Aid or CPR training Meet Federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration(OSHA) Requirements?


No. Online-Only First Aid or CPR training does not meet OSHA requirements. ​





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Blended Training

  • At your own pace

  • Includes interactive videos and exercises

  • Access to courses from virtually anywhere

  • Certificate of completion once online course if completed

  • Customized learning experience

  • Hands-on assessment upon completion 

Meeting

Classroom

Training

  • Instructor led 

  • Reinforces skills proficiency 

  • Great for learners who prefer group learning

  • Ideal for students who need feedback from an instructor