About a week ago a lot of people realized the importance of CPR and using an AED. I haven’t posted about the Bengals/Bills football game and Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest. I’ve seen a lot online. Quite a few instructors are
Welcome to our new website! It’s still a work in progress, and long overdue. Over the past weekend and into the upcoming week will be updating the website. Occasionally you might have trouble finding something, but at this point the
New technology in the classroom
When I started teaching I used a flat panel TV with a built in DVD player. If I’ve traveled to your organization to teach a class you’ve probably seen it. I still use it as it’s quick to set up
How long do you do CPR?
This is a question I get asked a lot, and usually the question involves a real or fictious story. I don’t have an exact answer to this question. And most CPR instructor won’t have an answer either. It’s not because
A friend sent me a link to night to a website/blog I really enjoy – Fire Dept Chronicles that posted a video about this study – https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.03.09.21253220v1 on Foot CPR. Their Youtube video blog is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYvi-YU8xoM So some of
It’s the season for certifying Guides, Mariners, and Charter Boat Captains
I am so fortunate to live and work on the NH Seacoast. I am close to the ocean, mountains, lakes, ponds, and all the hiking and outdoor adventures that I can image… and probably some that I can’t. It’s still
2020 Heartsaver Training Materials
The new 2020 Heartsaver Training and Student materials will be released later this month, February 25, 2021 to be exact. This release includes both Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED and Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED. This also includes Heartsaver
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
Health & Safety Update 9/1/2020
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.
Health & Safety Update 5/4/2020
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