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The NJ DOH requires at least 30 days notice for registering classes for CEU credits.  

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
The average response time for first responders once 9-1-1 is called is 8-12 minutes. For each minute defibrillation is delayed, the chance of survival reduces by approximately 10%. Fortunately, with CPR/AED training, which takes just a few short hours, you can gain the skills necessary to help save a life.  Once your training has been successfully completed, you’ll receive a two-year certification in CPR/AED, and have the ability to access refresher materials at any time during your certification period.  These programs are available for individuals, schools, heath care providers, business, industrial facilities, warehouse facilities and more.

Bleeding Control (BCon) – 90 minutes
This is tailored to EMS staff to learn the basics of tourniquet use and wound packing.  All EMT’s who take this class are eligible to be instructors. This course is also designed for those who have little or no medical training but may be called upon to respond to and deliver trauma care and bleeding control prior to emergency medical services (EMS) arrival or in an austere environment.

Emergency Incident Rehab – 3 hours
Based on the curriculum set forth by the NJ EMS Educator Association, this class focuses on the definition and reasons Rehab is needed, procedures for setting up a rehab area. Using didactic material, case studies this class prepares the student to create a full functioning rehab section.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) – 2 hours
Based on the State Department of Health protocol, this class reviews Airway A&P, Respiratory system, CPAP, PEEP and ATVs.

Coaching The Emergency Vehicle Operator (CEVO) – Ambulance – 6 hours
This program has been designed for emergency medical professionals who operate response vehicles.  It promotes critical thinking during pressure situations.  The course features videos that show situations ambulance drivers face every day, followed by a group discussions.  Additional resources and techniques have helped this course receive approval by many state departments of health.

Pulse/CO Oximetry – 1 hour
This class discusses the effects and detection of Carbon Monoxide and the Masimo RAD57 meter.

EPI Auto Injectors – 1 hour
Based on the New Jersey State Department of Health Protocol, this class prepares the student to assess and treat allergic reactions and anaphylaxis with epinephrine auto injectors

NJ Opiate OD / NARCAN – 1 hour
The New Jersey Opioid OD class. Allows the student to administer Naloxone. (Squad must have a medical director to do this.)

NJ Stroke Triage Guidelines – 3 hours
Reviews the New Jersey Stroke Triage Guidelines and the importance of recognizing and treating/transporting Stroke Victims.

EMS Response to Large Scale Incidents – 4 hours
The Second Revision of the original Center for Bio-Defense class.

Albuterol Training – 2 hours
Based on the New Jersey State Department of Health Protocol, this class prepares the student to assess and treat COPD and Asthma with Albuterol Sulfate in small volume nebulizers. (Didactic Only.  Must have Medical Director to provide this Medication)


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