This is a post I have been avoiding writing or thinking about for several months. Honestly its something I should have done this summer. A few important things are happening that necessitate looking at my course charge structure. This is
I teach CPR, First Aid, BLS, Advanced First Aid, First Aid CPR AED, Challenge Courses, and Wilderness First Aid to anyone who wants to take a class. I’ve never thought or worried about diversity and inclusion because everyone is welcome
I’ve been teaching the ‘Pandemic Edition’ of BLS, CPR AED, and First Aid for several months now to keep my class participants safe and healthy. A few weeks ago the term ‘Separate Teamwork’ came to mind in a class. And
So this is a post about cleaning. One of our new favorite scents is the smell of cleaning products and bleach. After every class CPR and First Aid equipment is cleaned. This is not something new. It’s not something specific
It’s been a busy, but fun summer resuming classes! I’ve re-arranged the classroom multiple times, moved things out, added things, and am continually looking at how to continue Safely Teaching Safety. This is my new tag line. Safely Teaching Safety.
In the midst of COVID-19 a lot of hard work came to fruition – my application to become an American Heart Association Training Center was approved! I moved from being an authorized AHA Training Site under the AHA Training
Today I am resuming my regular class schedule. However, there will be several restrictions and guidelines in place to keep everyone safe and healthy. What I have done to keep the classroom safe for all to participate: Max class size
So you need to renew your certification, or you need to get certification. But with Stay at Home orders everywhere… how do you take a class? Blended Learning with Remote Skills Verification! This is something I have been working on.
A few days ago the CDC recommended wearing face masks. I ordered masks for my classroom a few weeks ago and they haven’t arrived yet. I *might* get them by May. In the interim I have cloth masks. A few
As of 3/27/2020 all layperson classes will be cancelled through 5/4/2020. This is to follow the NH Governor’s Emergency Order #17 to Stay At Home. All BLS Healthcare Provider classes will be held as scheduled to continue to support their