Healthquest Classes

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Regularly Scheduled Courses

HeartSaver CPR and AED for Workplace or General Public
This course is for the general public or professionals such as teachers, coaches, fitness trainers, warehouse workers, construction workers, child care providers, office employees, or any other positions requiring CPR certification. This course covers Rescuer Safety, Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, Choke Saving, and AED training. No written exam.
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Basic Life Support (BLS) for Providers
This course is designed for both renewing and initial professionals and students in the medical, dental or emergency responder field. Meets requirements for Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, Choke Saving, AED training, BMV training, two person rescue, advanced airway, team dynamics and opioid associated emergencies.*  
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*In order to successfully pass this course, Healthquest strongly recommends that you review the AHA BLS Provider Manual prior to class. You should allow enough time to read through the manual and take the post chapter quizzes before attending class.


Online Options


In order for students to receive an American Heart Association Two Year Certification Card through our Online Option, students must complete all three steps listed below:

Step 1: Online Cognitive Lessons
Complete the cognitive portion of the HeartSaver CPR, BLS Healthcare Provider CPR, or First Aid online course at www.onlineaha.org and then print out the certificate of completion. This certificate is required to complete part one. There is a separate fee for the online course; the fee for the online portion of the course is paid directly to the American Heart Association.
 

Basic Life Support Renewal Skills Testing - click here >>
Online portion must be completed prior to skills testing


HeartSaver CPR/AED Skills Testing
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Online portion must be completed prior to skills testing


Basic First Aid Skills Testing
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Online portion must be completed prior to skills testing

 

Step 2: Hands-On Skills Practice
Steps 2 and 3 must be completed with a Healthquest Instructor.

Once the online cognitive test is completed and you have printed the Certificate of Completion, students may schedule their practice skills test with a Healthquest Instructor. The student will have time to practice their psychomotor skills, such as CPR, with the instructor prior to testing.
 

Step 3: Hand-On Skills Testing
Steps 2 and 3 must be completed with a Healthquest Instructor.
Students will be tested on their psychomotor skills with the instructor. Once the student passes skills testing the student will be issued an American Heart Association Two Year Certification Card. The cost of the skills testing will be paid to Healthquest. To schedule your Hands-On Skills Practice or Testing, email us or call us at (707) 766- 9226.
 

Private Classes


For your convenience and comfort, we offer a variety of classes which may be held at your home, workplace, or we can arrange classes at our location for large groups. Groups discounts are available. We will accommodate your specific needs while providing your family or group with quality instruction. For more information about booking classes email Healthquest at healthquest@phcd.org or call (707) 766-9226.

Basic First Aid/HeartSaver CPR/AED Combination Course
Available for Workplace groups, a HeartSaver AED course followed by Standard First Aid. Choose the option of taking the Standard First Aid course on-line or in the classroom for your workplace.

Basic First Aid
Course includes medical and injury emergencies such as bleeding, shock, severe allergic reaction with use of epi-pen, sprains, breaks, burns, and other emergencies.

Bloodborne Pathogens
This course is an optional addition to the First Aid Course for private classes. It is recommended for medical professionals, hospitality, security, and health and fitness staff. This training meets OSHA requirements.

Family and Friends
Basic CPR skills for victims of all ages, including recognizing an emergency and doing CPR until help arrives.

Infant CPR
Basic CPR skills for infant victims up to one year of age, including recognizing an emergency and doing CPR until help arrives.