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Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP)

Skills check off on September 22nd 2021 8am-9:30am. Students must first take online modules prior to this class

Basic Life Support (BLS-CPR)

This class is the basic CPR class that is recommended for all employees but required for employees that have direct patient care. It is a 4 hour class and a 2 year certification so it needs to be repeated every 2 years. This class teaches the basics of resuscitation for Adults, Children and Infants and Read More

Techniques for Effective Aggression Management (TEAMS)

De-escalation training teaches students to slow down, create space, and use communication techniques to defuse a potentially dangerous situation. De-escalation training provides healthcare workers with strategies to calmly deal with people who are experiencing mental and emotional crises. This class can be taken by any employee. All classes offer a basic and advanced (please specify when Read More

STABLE

September 22nd 2021, 10am-4pm – Students are required to complete a pretest for this course

Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT)

(40 hours) – Students must be at least 14 years of age and have a current BLS card, class will be run in hybrid fashion where much of the coursework will be completed online and then an in person skills session will happen. Online course will happen starting September 27th, this is a study-at-your-own-pace course. Read More

EZ IO training

This is an optional 1 hour training and can be completed anytime between October 1st 2021 and October 15th 2021

Zoll R series Monitor training

This is an optional 1 hour training and can be completed anytime between October 1st and 15th 2021.

EKG Basics

Approximately 4 hour training plus homework practice time on your own. This class will run from October 1st – October 31st 2021.

Emergency Medical Technician II class (EMT 2)

(56 hours) – Students enrolling in this class must be a State of Alaska currently certified (not expired) EMT 1 and have a current BLS card. Students must also show proof of 10 patient contacts as an EMT 1 prior to the first day of class (form found online at the state website). Students during Read More