The American Heart Association’s Heartsaver AED course is designed for members of the community who may be called upon to provide care or assistance to community members, but do not work in the occupational field of healthcare.

Common participants of this course include babysitters, lifeguards, health and fitness staff or employees designated as first responders who need credentialed training for job or regulatory requirements. If you are taking a course as required for your job, please check with your employer as some workplaces require a specific course from the American Heart Association. This course is not designed for the healthcare provider.

The course is designed to teach the participant to recognize life-threatening emergencies, access the 911 system, and provide critical, life-saving interventions to a victim in need prior to the arrival of an ambulance.

This course includes the following for adults, children, and infants:

  • Recognizing medical emergencies
  • Accessing the emergency medical system
  • Assisting a victim of choking
  • Giving chest compressions or CPR
  • Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Approximate Length: 3.5 Hours

Required Student Materials: Heartsaver AED Student Manual

Successful performance of skills is required for completion card. There is not a written examination.

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