CPR and First Aid Training
Participants are required to wear masks
The City of Palm Coast Fire Department offers CPR and First Aid Training
- All classes start @ 9:00am and are located at Palm Coast Fire Station 25 training room (1250 Belle Terre Parkway Palm Coast, FL 32164) Please enter through the doors on North side of Station.
- The youngest age for which we can offer a course is 13.
- A minimum of six persons is required for each course date. If fewer than six persons have registered, each person will be contacted to reschedule.
- Please review the courses listed below. A list of dates follows each course description.
- For further information on any of the courses, please contact email@example.com.
Healthcare Provider (9am-1:30pm) (Cost - $65)
The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers Course is designed to provide to a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, effective and timely manner.
Examples of those who may need this certification are as follows: EMS personnel, physician assistants, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists and others who must have a credential (card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course.
The 4.5-hour course is video-based with instructor-led discussion and simulation. Students participate in, practice, and complete various skills and learning stations. We will provide a workbook for you to borrow during the course. If you wish to purchase a book prior to class, please make sure its the most current version (BLS Provider Manual AHA 2015 Guidelines).https://shopcpr.heart.org Students are also required to bring their own CPR Pocket Mask to the course.
The dates for this course are as follows:There are no classes currently scheduled
First Aid and CPR/AED (9am-4pm) (Cost - $50)
Heartsaver First Aid is a 7-hour classroom course (includes 1 hour for lunch) that is designed to meet OSHA regulations. The course teaches basic first aid skills such as :
- Giving CPR to an infant, young child, or an adult
- Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- Using a mask or barrier device
- Stopping bleeding that can be seen
- Helping someone with a possible sprain or broken bone
- Making sure the scene is safe
Student workbook will be provided for student to use in the class and keep for further reference.
The dates for this course are as follows:
- April 17
- May 15
- June 19
- July 17
- Aug 21