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ASHI & MEDIC First Aid Course Details

American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) & MEDIC First Aid  are some of the most popular and recognized CPR brands nationwide.  ASHI & MEDIC First Aid both have the added benefit of being compliant with American Heart Association CPR guidelines which ensures that the training is relevant and accepted.
Training Solutions International is an ASHI & MEDIC First Aid Authorized Training Center

Basic CPR + First Aid

ASHI CPR + Basic First Aid covers Adult / Child / Infant CPR, AED, and First Aid and is intended for all providers.
(Core topics the same for both Certification and Blended Courses)
+Indicates topics covered in Enhanced course            *Indicates topics covered in Basic course    ^Indicates topics covered in First Responder course

ASHI Basic CPR + First Aid Topics Include:
-First Aid Provider+*^
-Legal Considerations+*^
-Recognizing an Emergency+*^
-Deciding to Help+*^
-Personal Safety+*^
-Infectious Bloodborne Diseases+*^
-Standard Precautions+*^
-Personal Protective Equipment+*^
-Emergency Medical Services (EMS)+*^
-Emergency Moves+*^
-Sudden Cardiac Arrest+*^
-Oxygen and the Human Body+*^
-Early Defibrillation+*^
-Chain of Survival+*^
-Secondary Cardiac Arrest+*^
-Opioid Overdose+*^
-Administration of Naloxone+^
-Cardiac Arrest—Children and Infants+*^
-Chest Compressions+*^
-Rescue Breaths+*^
-CPR Masks and Shields+*^
-Unresponsive and Not Breathing—CPR+*^
-Automated External Defibrillators (AED)+*^
-AED Operation+*^
-AEDs – Children and Infants+*^
-AED Troubleshooting and Other Considerations+*^
-Primary Assessment—Unresponsive+*^
-Unresponsive— Recovery Position+*^
-Multiple Provider Approach to CPR+*^
-Choking+*^
-Primary Assessment—Responsive+*^
-Secondary Assessment+
-Control of Bleeding+*^
-Tourniquets+^
-Hemostatic Dressings+^
-Internal Bleeding+*^
-Shock+*^
-Amputation+
-Impaled Object+
-Open Chest Injury+
-Open Abdominal Injury+
-Head, Neck, or Back Injury+*^
-Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb+* 
-Splinting+
-Using a Malleable Splint+
-Burns+*^
-Using a Gel-Soaked Burn Dressing+
-Nosebleed+*^
-Injured Tooth+*^
-Sudden Illness+*^
-Altered Mental Status+*^
-Fainting+*^
-Stroke+*^
-Hypoglycemia+*^
-Seizure+*^
-Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath+*^
-Asthma and Inhalers+*^
-Severe Allergic Reaction+*^
-Using an EpiPen Auto-Injector+
-Pain, Pressure, or Discomfort In Chest+*^
-Severe Abdominal Pain+
-Poisoning+*^
-Bites and Stings+
       -Stinging Insects+
       -Snakebites+
       -Spider Bites+
       -Tick Bites+
       -Marine Animal Stings+
       -Animal and Human Bites+
-Heat Emergencies+*^
-Cold Emergencies+*^
-Emotional Considerations+

NOTE: Some topics covered in both courses are covered in more detail in Enhanced course

Occupational CPR + First Aid

(Core Topics same for both Certification and Blended Courses)

BasicPlus covers Adult CPR, AED, and First Aid and is intended for occupational providers.

BasicPlus Topics Include:
-The First Aid Provider
-Personal Safety
-Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
-Standard Precautions
-Personal Protective Equipment 
-Legal Considerations 
-Implied Consent 
-Abandonment 
-Good Samaritan Laws
-Emergency Actions Plans 
-Poison Help Line 
-Emergency Moves
-Sudden Cardiac Arrest 
-Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 
-Early Defibrillation 
-Chain of Survival 
-Secondary Cardiac Arrest 
-Opioid Overdose 
-Chest Compressions 
-Rescue Breaths 
-Adult AED Operation 
-AED Troubleshooting & Considerations 
-Primary Assessment – Unresponsive Person

-Recovery Position 
-Caring for Cardiac Arrest 
-Multiple Provider Approach to CPR 
-Choking 
-Assessment 
-Primary Assessment – Responsive Person 
-Secondary Assessment* 
-Sudden Injury 
-Control of Bleeding 
-Tourniquets 
-Hemostatic Dressings 
-Using a Tourniquet* 
-Using a Hemostatic Dressing* 
-Shock 
-Internal Bleeding 
-Amputation* 
-Impaled Subject* 
-Open Chest Injury* 
-Open Abdominal Injury* 
-Head, Neck, or Back Injury 
-Spinal Injury 
-Brain Injury 
-Concussion 
-Swollen, Painful, or Deformed Limb
-Burns 
-Nosebleed 
-Injured Tooth
-Altered Mental Status 
-Fainting 
-Stroke 
-Hypoglycemia 
-Seizure 
-Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath 
-Asthma and Inhalers 
-Severe Allergic Reaction 
-Pain, Pressure, or Discomfort in Chest 
-Poisoning 
-Severe Abdominal Pain* 
-Heat Exhaustion 
-Heat Stroke 
-Hypothermia 
-Frostbite 
-Stinging Insects* 
-Snakebites* 
-Tick Bites* 
-Marine Animal Stings* 
-Animal and Human Bites* 
-Emotional Considerations*

*Supplemental Topics

Basic Life Support (BLS)

(Core topics same for both Certification and Blended Courses)

BLS covers Adult CPR, AED, and First Aid and is intended for healthcare providers.
*Indicates First Aid topics covered in Basic course    ^Indicates First Aid topics covered in First Responder course

BLS Course Topics Include:

-Sudden Cardiac Arrest

-Early Defibrillation

-Chain of Survival

-Secondary Cardiac Arrest

-Secondary Cardiac Arrest – Children and Infants 

-Secondary Cardiac Arrest – Opioid Overdose 

-Personal Safety

-Standard Precautions

-Personal Protective Equipment

-Calling for Help

-High-Performance CPR

-Chest Compressions 

-Rescue Breaths – CPR Mask

-Rescue Breaths – Bag-Mask Making the Workplace and Community Safer™ 

-Automated External Defibrillation

-BLS Assessment

-Recovery Position

-Caring for Respiratory Arrest

-Caring for Cardiac Arrest

-Multiple Provider Approach to CPR

-Choking

BLS + First Aid Courses additionally includes these First Aid topics:

-Primary Assessment—Responsive*^
-Control of Bleeding*^
-Tourniquets^
-Hemostatic Dressings^
-Internal Bleeding*^
-Shock*^
-Head, Neck, or Back Injury*^
-Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb*^ 
-Burns*^
-Nosebleed*^
-Injured Tooth*^
-Sudden Illness*^
-Altered Mental Status*^
-Fainting*^
-Stroke*^
-Hypoglycemia*^
-Seizure*^
-Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath*^
-Asthma and Inhalers*^
-Severe Allergic Reaction*^
-Pain, Pressure, or Discomfort In Chest*^
-Poisoning*^
-Heat Emergencies*^
-Cold Emergencies*^
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