Class Information for Lay Responder AHA Heart Saver Adult CPR/AED Bldg 31C
Lay Responder AED/CPR teaches individuals (not healthcare providers) critical skills needed to respond to and manage adult choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the next few minutes until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives. CPR training is for full time NIH federal employees and contractors with a valid NIH ID only. We will accommodate non-NIH fellows, interns, summer students or volunteers upon a request sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and availability. PLEASE NOTE: Digital e-Cards will be issued for this class, within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an invitation from: email@example.com, to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this e-mail to a student's junk/spam box. Remember to check the e-mail put on the roster, junk and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their e-card, without having received an invitation from firstname.lastname@example.org, is to visit: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and e-mail address provided on the roster and see if your card comes up.
LATE POLICY: Each class session begins promptly at the stated start time. The AHA requires that all students be present for the entirety of the course, in order to receive the course completion card. Late admittance, early dismissal, and/or absences from the classroom during the course are not permitted. Students are encouraged to arrive early for class. You can cancel your registration up to 24 hours before the class using this course registration system.
CPR training is for full time NIH federal employees and contractors with a valid NIH ID only. We will accommodate non-NIH fellows, interns, summer students or volunteers upon a request sent to email@example.com and availability.
Update and Guidelines for the NIH AHA Training Center: Students must be prepared to bring their own mask, gloves, disinfectant (coronavirus approved) wipes, to the Training Center during the COVID-19 outbreak. Objective: To provide guidance for the NIH AHA Training Center using safe and precautionary steps to minimize the spread of COVID-19. These guidelines are subject to change as updated information from federal and local governments becomes available. Classroom: • The classroom seating arrangement will be spaced to allow 6 ft. between students when seated and during practical application training. • Students and instructors are expected to maintain social distancing guidelines throughout the entire training session. Class size: • Maximum number of 8 students for each training sessions. Each student will have their own adult and infant manikin, CPR pocket mask with valve, and BVM supplied by instructors. (This applies to the BLS classes) Training equipment: • Will be cleaned and sanitized before and after each class by the instructors. Students: • Will not share manikins for any portion of the course or skills, including no pairing up to do 2-rescuer skills on adults or infants. • Are required to wash their hands before the training class begins and may wear gloves if they choose. The training class will not provide them. • Are advised to bring and use hand sanitizer. • Must wear masks or face coverings – provided by them and donned prior to class. Students without masks or face coverings may not participate in class. Instructors: • Will have the option to wear gloves but masks or face coverings will be worn for the entire course. • Will assure that all manikins and training equipment is properly sanitized prior to class and then after class. • Will demonstrate all skills and perform “remediation” on their own manikins, not joining the students on their manikins. • Will not touch students to correct form or suggest alternate techniques. Notes: Cleaning supplies may be limited and, in the future, should become more available to everyone. We recommend that Nursing Mothers bring cleaning supplies until such time these supplies become more readily available. Questions should be directed to Mike Dunn, Training Center Coordinator (TCC) at (301) 451-3294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.