Practice lifesaving CPR skills for the adult, child, and infant using the most current AHA guidelines. Learn to use an AED and relieve choking. (DHS childcare providers see Pediatric CPR & First Aid - HLTH-3411.) Book included.
This class meets DHS childcare licensing requirements. Designed for all individuals involved in childcare; new parents, guardians and childcare workers. Practice lifesaving skills to rescue infants and children in cardiopulmonary distress, including prevention, first aid and CPR using the most current AHA guidelines. Book included.
This hands-on skill lab is designed for those previously completing the online modules for AHA Healthcare Provider CPR.
Develop a working knowledge of the language of medicine using word building skills. Relate these terms to body systems and identify the proper use of words in the medical environment.
The areas studied will be an integration of biology and chemistry and will include organization of the body, cells, and tissues, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Enjoy the best of in-class instruction and online learning using a uniquely personalized and interactive tool sprinkled with hands-on anatomy dissections.
Book cost $75
Continuation of the integration of biology and chemistry with focus on circulatory, lymphatic and immune systems, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Online learning plus in-class hands-on anatomy dissections.
Quality customer service is particularly important in the healthcare setting. You will explore techniques for creating positive internal and external customer service experiences as you practice communication techniques and identify ways to deal with stressful situations.
Prerequisites: Current AHA ACLS Provider Card; Healthcare licensure (physician, nurse, paramedic, or related license); Proof of liability insurance certificate of 1 million and 3 million with the student's name and Tulsa Tech; Candidates must be aligned with an AHA Training Center that is accepting new instructors.
With your knowledge of ACLS, are you ready to take the next step to become a certified instructor through the American Heart Association? Final requirements include 8 hours of observation of you instructing a class.
Book cost $50
Develop a working knowledge of the language of medicine while learning body systems and functions which are foundational for medical professionals.
Book cost $100