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Sam Thomas is an Authorized Provider of American Heart Association Health and Safety Training

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Why Philly CPR Classes?

There are other Health & Safety training providers out there. Why should you choose Philly CPR Classes?

1) Can I get remibursed from my health Insurance company for taking a CPR class?

Yes, Blue Cross Blue Shield or Keystone will reimburse you $25 annually. 

2) Do you offer one-on-one, small group, non-profit, and corporate training?

Yes, no matter what your training needs, I am happy to serve you.

3) Will I have full control of my schedule?

Yes, when you contact me for training, I will coordinate a time with you that fits into your schedule.

4) How and when can I register?

Registering for a course is very easy call, e-mail or txt any time of the day seven days a week. 

5) Will you train me at a location that is convenient to me?

Yes, I will travel to your local library, community center, school or office at no additional cost. Many of my clients even choose to be trained in their own homes.

6) Are you committed to providing the highest level of service to your clients?

I take pride in making sure my students feel comfortable responding to an emergency situation after completing my training. I also enjoy having fun and injecting a little humor into the classes. We will be together for at least a few hours during the course of the training, so we may as well have a good time while we learn!

 
About the CPR classes
Using the practice-while-you-watch instructional method provides participants the following benefits

  • A consistent, model demonstration of skills using a methodical instructional approach
  • Learning opportunities that maximize the effectiveness and increase the time devoted to skills practice


Program Content

The technical content within the First Aid/ CPR/AED program reflects the most current consensus on scientific recommendations. The program content includes the knowledge and skills necessary for participants to identify and prevent potentially hazardous conditions and give appropriate care, regardless of the type of emergency. The program stress the basic steps to follow in any emergency, beginning with the most important step-the decision to act- and helps participants confront their fears of getting involved and giving assistance.

Program content clarifies when and how to activate the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system. It also emphasizes the need for rapid medical assistance in life-threatening emergencies and how to give appropriate care for a variety of injuries and sudden illnesses.

Course Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for enrollment in any of the CPR or First Aid courses, such as previous training in first aid. However, participants must possess a current, appropriate Red Cross CPR certificate (or equivalent) to enroll in an AED course.

There are no prerequisites to enroll in the Injury Control Module or the Bloodborne Pathogens: Preventing Disease Transmission course.

Purpose of the program

The purpose of the program for the lay responder is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until advanced medical help arrives. This program offers a choice of first aid, CPR, and AED courses and injury-control modules to meet the various training needs of those in workplace, school or community settings.

 
Workplace Speeches

Ergonomics

You may already understand the concept of ergonomics. In simple terms, it means improving the fit between your body and an activity. This seminar is designed to provide participants with important information on ergonomics that can help prevent musculoskeletal disorders from occurring in the workplace. Adjusting a workstation so that a small person can better reach materials or machinery is one example of using ergonomic principles. The result is increased comfort and efficiency. But ergonomics is not just job-related. By applying ergonomic principles, you can make any task less taxing on your body.

The duration of the course is 1 hour and will be held at the workplace or any other agreed location

There are no prerequisites for taking this course. A minimum of 1 hour is required to present this seminar. No minimum or maximum is required for this course.

Managing Stress

Every one of us experiences stress at some point in our lives- when we work, travel, and spend time with family and friends. Stress is not always unpleasant or harmful, and the amount of stress varies from person to person. This seminar is designed to provide participants with information on managing stress and learn how to recognize workplace “stressors” so that you can begin to understand and manage stressful situations. This workplace module is an introduction to managing stress.

There are no prerequisites for this course.  A minimum of 1 hour is required to present this seminar. No minimum or maximum is required for this course.

Workplace Violence Awareness

The workplace is any location, permanent or temporary, where an employee performs work or work-related activities. Workplace facilities include lunch-rooms, restrooms, break room, vehicles used for work, and parking facilities. Workplace violence can be any physical assault, or verbal abuse.

This seminar is designed to provide participants with information on workplace violence awareness. Realistic scenarios help participants recognize imminent workplace violence and learn ways to ensure their personal safety.

There are no prerequisites for this course.  A minimum of 1 hour is required to present this seminar. No minimum or maximum is required for this course.

 
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