My students come from all walks of life and are excited to learn about healthcare. My Emergency Medical Services program of study allows high school students to learn valuable healthcare skills in high school which gives them an edge in their future career endeavors. My students learn critical skills like vital sign assessment, CPR, and head to toe physicals. Once CPR certified the student can register to become an Emergency Medical Responder.
My students love hands-on learning.
They are always engaged and ready to participate during hands-on labs. Hands-on labs help the students to work together as a team.
These AED trainers will help students to earn their CPR certification. These trainers will help students to see the importance of early defibrillation to save lives. These trainers will also allow the students to work as a team to correctly resuscitate a simulated patient.
The students will learn valuable life-saving skills through these trainers.
This will make the students valuable assets to the community and future employers. My students need CPR certification to be able to become Emergency Medical Responders.
These trainers will also allow the student to see how anatomy, physiology and science come together in the resuscitation effort. These trainers allow me to incorporate other important subjects like math, science, and physics in a hands-on learning environment.
The students will learn valuable life-saving skills through these trainers. This will make the students valuable assets to the community and to their future employers. My students need CPR certification to be able to become Emergency Medical Responders.
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