Course Description: 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.*
Course Audience: Healthcare professionals and other personnel who require AHA BLS certification or who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic life support skills. View class schedule >>
*In order to successfully pass this course, Healthquest strongly recommends that you review the AHA BLS Provider Manual prior to class.
HeartSaver CPR and AED for the Layperson Course Description: Offering a two year certification, this four hour course covers: Rescuer Safety; Adult, Child, and Infant CPR; Choke Saving; and, AED training. No written exam. Now available in Spanish!
Course Audience: The perfect course for any individual who would like to be prepared to respond to a cardiac emergency, anytime and anywhere. Great for on-site training for employees who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency due to job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. View class schedule >>
Pediatric CPR AED and First Aid for Child Care Providers
Course Description: This specialized eight-hour AHA HeartSaver Course is for the child care professional and helps those who are responsible for children's health manage illnesses and injuries until first responders arrive. Meets Community Care Licensing requirements for daycare homes and centers.
Course Audience: Child care professionals, after-school care providers, elementary school teachers, nannies and parents.
Course Description: This course goes a step beyond basic CPR. In this four-hour class, students will learn information and skills to provide effective emergency care to an injured or ill person before first responders arrive. The workplace is the focus, using industrial and office settings for the scenario-based learning environment. CPR, plus other lifesaving skills including bleeding control, choke saving, hazardous conditions awareness, and an introduction to the AED. Each students receives a manual, instruction, mannequin use and Medic First Aid card valid for two years.
Course Audience: The perfect course for any individual who would like to be prepared to respond to a cardiac emergency, anytime and anywhere. Great for on-site training for employees who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency due to job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.
A 30-45 minute session led by a Healthquest Instructor to provide hands-only CPR training and a comprehensive AED demonstration. For more information about booking classes email Healthquest at email@example.com or call (707) 766-9226.
Note: This is a non-certified training and participants will not receive a CPR certification card. This technique is an alternative option for sudden collapse of an adult victim.
Community classes are held at Petaluma Valley Hospital the 1st Thursday of the month from 5:30 – 6:30 pm. Classes are $25 a person and pre-registration is required.
For your convenience and comfort, we offer a variety of classes which may be held at your home or workplace. We can also arrange classes at our location for large groups. Group 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707) 766-9226.
On-Site Workplace Training
This 30-minute session brings a Healthquest Instructor to your site to provide Hands-Only CPR training and a comprehensive AED demonstration. An excellent option for organizations who may not have the time or resources to provide full CPR certification for their staff. Course fee is $250 for up to 10 students (for each additional student add $25) with a maximum of 20 students per session. Now available in Spanish!
Family and Friends
Basic CPR skills and introduction to the AED for victims of all ages, including recognizing an emergency and performing Hands Only CPR until help arrives.
Basic CPR skills for infant victims up to one year of age, including recognizing an emergency and doing CPR until help arrives.
Online Options - HeartCode BLS
Course Description: A two-hour online course followed by two-hour instructor lead testing. The AHA's HeartCode BLS (Basic Live Support) course uses the latest eSimulation technology to enable students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. Utilizing a variety of eLearning assets such as dramatizations, eSimualtions, animations self-directed learning and interactive activities, this course teaches BLS knowledge and skills. This method of learning provides training consistency, adaptability to different learning styles and flexibility for the student and employer's time. Students can work at their own pace applying their knowledge to real-time decision making and skills development. Blended training also supports the need for hands-on learning of psychomotor skills. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation.
Once the cognitive potion of the course is completed, students practice and test their skills with an AHA instructor.
Course Audience: Designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wife variety of in-faciliaty and pre-hospital settings.
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 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.
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 AHA 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.