HLT 109 Comprehensive First Aid

A comprehensive course teaching students the latest knowledge and skills necessary in recognizing and responding appropriately, until more advanced medical care arrives, to a variety of medical emergencies such as stoppage of breathing, cardiac arrest, airway obstruction, severe bleeding, poisoning, fractures, burns, shock, heat or cold related emergencies, seizures and sudden illness. The material will be presented in a classroom setting utilizing lecture, hands-on practical labs, videos, quizzes, written exams, student presentations and practical exams. As an American Red Cross course, the student has the opportunity to earn Responding to Emergencies-First Aid and Adult, Child and Infant CPR with AED certification during the class with successful completion of the American Red Cross standardized written exams as well as demonstrated competency in all required skills. This certification is good for 2 years. Course fee: Estimated $25 (Subject to increase from American Red Cross)


1 Course Credit