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The CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers program has been approved by the Continuing Education Certification Board for Emergency Medical Services (CAPCE). CAPCE is the national accrediting body for EMS continuing education and course providers.

CEU for EMS providers from CAPCE is accepted in most states and counties. Visit http://www.CAPCE.org for a list of states that accept CEU from CAPCE or contact your state EMS agency. Visit http://www.CAPCE.org/emsStateContacts.aspx for links to each state EMS Agency.

EMS Safety's CAPCE Activity # 11-CECB-F2-3900​​

Major Topics:

  • Introduction
  • Chain of Survival
  • CPR Overview
  • CPR Face Mask/Ventilation Devices 
  • Adult CPR
  • 2-Rescuer Adult CPR
  • CPR Considerations
  • AED Overview
  • Using an AED  
  • AED Considerations
  • Pediatric Chain of Survival
  • Child CPR
  • 2-Rescuer Child CPR                                                                                                                                           































































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  • AED Use on Children and Infants
  • Infant CPR
  • 2-Rescuer Infant CPR
  • Team CPR
  • Opioid-Assoicated Emergencies
  • Adult or Child Choking
  • Infant Choking
  • Scene Size-Up
  • Protection from Infection 
  • Legal Issues                                                                                                                                            

Certifications:

  •     Issued to passing students only.  
  •     Valid for (2) two years after issue date.  


Requirements for Passing:

  •     Course participation and successful completion of the cognitive and skills evaluation.
  •     Written testing with a minimum passing score of 80%​

Target Audience: Professional Rescuers and healthcare providers who take the BLS course may include

  • Allied health professionals (assistants, therapists, and technicians)
  • Corporate & Industrial Emergency Response Teams (ERT) 
  • Hospital caregivers (nurses, physicians, physician assistants)
  • Public safety personnel (Lifeguards, EMS/Firefighters, law enforcement)
  • Park rangers, correctional officers, search & rescuer teams, ski patrol
  • Camp leaders, first responders, athletic trainers, flight attendants.

The course is approved by numerous federal, state and local agencies, organization and regulatory bodies, including OSHA, CAPCE, US Coast Guard, the Joint Commission, and various state Health, Human Services and EMS departments.

Meets the 2015 ILCOR International Consensus on CPR and ECC Science with Treatment Recommendations as published by the American Heart Association and the ILCOR First Aid Science Task Force. 

This course is designed for health care providers or professional rescuers to gain the knowledge and skills needed to respond to cardiac arrest in victims of all ages. You will practice an Individual response, then learn how to act as part of a team.

BLS for Healthcare Providers