Affordable CNA Packages $700-$850
If a request is made in writing via email within 72 hours of start of class a refund will be available. However, there will be a $5 processing fee. All refunds will be generated within 5 business days from the email request. Due to high demand and limited seating related to social distancing, we are not offering refunds if a 72 hour written notice is not provided.
You may reschedule a CPR class if notice was received within 24 hours, for a $10 cash fee. The rescheduled date will be confirmed by Sokol HealthCare Training within 24 hours of the rescheduled date, to ensure a seat is available. If there is not a seat available another date will need to be requested. If you would like to reschedule a guaranteed seat, full payment of that class needs to be made online.
We are proud providers for American Heart Association and American Red Cross. Convenient training options available at your location or our Grand Blanc classroom.
Offering an assortment of adult and pediatric courses instructed by certified and registered licensed state of Michigan nurses.
CPR (BLS) is training for health care providers & public safety personnel.
It may be a requirement for many other professions like lifeguards, coaches and some teachers. We are proud providers for American Red Cross and the American Heart Association.
At Sokol Healthcare Training our American Red Cross health and safety training program has a team of registered and licensed nurses ensuring what is taught is based on the latest and best emergency science. We will make certain you not only understand, but have the skill and confidence to perform each step of any of our courses correctly.
What is First Aid?
Through the American Red cross first aid certification class you will acquire the ability to help those who are in need during a crisis. You will learn how to respond to many life-threatening situations, which will help you care for people as they wait for medial professionals to arrive.
First aid prepares you to provide care for both children and adults during times of a crisis. You will learn how to assess a patient, how to tend to muscle and bone injuries, how to help an asthma sufferer, how to tend to a bleeding wound, electrical shock, help a seizure victim, treat a fall, help a heat or cold weather related illness, an amputation, how to handle an allergic reaction, and what to do if someone is choking. When you take a first aid certification course you will receive on line access to first aid refreshers and a printable list of basic steps for performing first aid. If you're not using your new skills regularly, you may forget what to do so this will enable you to practice. Print them off and keep them in your first aid kit, home, desk, or car.
It is extremely beneficial for all members of the community to learn first aid so that anyone can help in the case of an emergency. It's a terrible feeling to feel helpless when others need help.
What Is CPR?
CPR means Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and is used to help an unconscious victim that may have suffered from a cardiac arrest, or from drowning or choking. The new methods for performing CPR include 30 chest compressions for every 2 breaths for adult and child CPR. Infant CPR is 15 chest compressions for every 2 breaths.
Who Should Become Certified In CPR?
Non-medical persons such as police officers, security guards, personal fitness trainers, athletic coaches, teachers, bus drivers, airline staff, daycare workers, parents, babysitters, supervisors and people in management. Certification in CPR is designed for people who are not in the
medical field. Sokol HCT believes everyone concerned about helping others should be certified in CPR and first aid, because anyone can save a life when administering first aid and CPR.
Our CPR course will teach you adult, child, and infant CPR; how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED), and how to help a conscious and unconscious choking person.
What Is Pediatric First Aid and CPR?
This is a course designed to emphasize the most common first aid techniques for children and infants. This course focuses on the prevention aspect as well based on the most common incidents for infants and children. You will also learn how to perform CPR on an adult, child, and infant, how to use an AED, how to help a conscious and unconscious choking victim.
For further questions about our program, please contact us at
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