ECSI CPR/AED/First Aid: Hybrid
COVID-19 Update: Please email email@example.com if you are interested in taking this course to be added to. our waiting list. All classes will take place at the Illinois Fire service Institute. The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority and we have added several precautions to allow distancing between students and limited contact between students and instructors (see COVID-19 Safety Notice).
The ECSI, CPR, AED, and First Aid Hybrid class goes over the skills involved in CPR (both adult and infant), AED usage, and several First Aid topics. First Aid topics include traumatic emergency (bleeding control, splinting, etc.), medical emergency (chest pain, seizure, etc.), or environmental emergency (heatstroke, hypothermia, etc.).
While this course goes over the same material as our In-Person Course, the hybrid course allows students to go through the online portion at their own pace. The online portion offers an interactive format which typically takes 3 hours. Upon completion of the online portion, students will come together for an in-person practice and skills test out (~1.5 hours)*.
*Students must complete the entire online course prior to attending the in-person session. Any student who fails to complete the entire online portion and receive their certificate of completion prior to this course will not be allowed to participate in this class and will not get certified.
Registration and Payment
Typically, registration for this course is only offered to groups. However, we are using this course at this time to minimize contact between students and instructors and to offer smaller class sizes. If you are an individual interested in taking our ECSI CPR/AED/First Aid, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with more information. The cost of this course is $30/student.
Registration: Organizations or departments interested in creating a group class must email email@example.com After completion of a course agreement, a private class will be set up. Each student will receive a code to complete the online portion of the class at their own pace (interactive format ~3hrs) and then the whole group will come in together for an in-person practice and skills test out (~1.5hrs).
Payment: The organization or department that set up the class will be billed through their CFOPAL number for the whole group. The cost is $30/student.
If individuals in the group should choose to cancel their participation in the CPR class, please have them e-mail IEMS at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know as soon as possible. IEMS reserves the right to still charge for that person if they do not notify us in writing at least 24 hours before the class begins.
COVID-19 Safety Notice:
The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. As such,
All students and instructors will be required to wear a mask (not provided) upon arrival at IFSI and maintain 6 feet distancing when possible. In addition, all students will be subjected to temperature screening. Each student will be provided a pair of new gloves prior to the course which must remain on throughout the duration of the course. No mouth-based ventilations will be practiced; rather, a Bag Valve Mask (BVM) will be used. All equipment will be thoroughly decontaminated between each student. Any student without a mask will not be allowed to enter the IFSI premises.
Any student who has had known contact with an individual positive for COVID-19 within the past 2 weeks, recent travel history, or is exhibiting any signs and symptoms of Illness (including but not limited to Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fever, Chills, Muscle pain, Sore throat, New loss of taste or smell) should not and will not be permitted to test out. If any of the above criteria are met (regarding potential exposure or signs of COVID-19), please email IEMS and we will allow rescheduling without any extra charge.
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