CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid Training
Why Choose EUVORI?
✓ The best training equipment available on the market
✓ Maximum course sizes of just 12 participants
✓ Weekend and private training courses available
Three certifications in one course
✓ CPR from the Health & Safety Institute
✓ AED from the Health & Safety Institute
✓ Basic First Aid from the Health & Safety Institute
In order to be eligible for certification, participants must demonstrate they now know the proper methods for responding to a variety of emergencies by correctly administering simulated care in six performance evaluations:
Six land-based Performance Evaluations to ensure competency in the content taught throughout the course.
At the completion of the course, participants must take and pass the following exams:
HSI written exam: Miss no more than 10 of 50 questions (80%).
Professional Rescue Equipment Add-Ons
Some employers elect to give their employees all the lifeguarding essentials, such as a CPR barrier mask. Others don't. Either way, your employer will likely expect you to have each piece of equipment, and it could even be required by law.
Add on the following during registration for easy pickup during your course:
CPR Barrier Mask - $12.00
COVID-19 Safety Information
We're following guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the American Heart Association (AHA) to impliment the following changes to course content:
Course sizes will be limited to 9 participants.
Participants will be required to wear face masks for the duration of the course (except while in the water).
Participants will be spaced no closer than six feet apart.
Face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and handwashing stations will be available at no charge for the duration of the course.
Participants will be required to wear gloves when using shared equipment, such as AEDs or BVMs.
Participants will be reminded to wash hands before the course, after the course, and before meal or snack breaks.
Tables, chairs, mannequins, and all other equipment will be sanitized after each time they come into contact with any participant.
There is no evidence to suggest that coronavirus can spread through properly maintained swimming pool water.