ASHI First Aid for the Lay Rescuer
The American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI) First Aid course covers basic First Aid concepts such as caring for those with diabetes, heat/cold emergencies, severe allergies, animal/insect stings/bites, bleeding control, breaks/sprains, etc. and much more. This course is designed to teach lay rescuers the basic skills to respond in an emergency to save a life. The course is approximately 5 hours in length and provides a 2 year certification upon successful completion.
Guarantee: We guarantee our services by allowing any of our students to attend any of our classes (that they've previously taken during the 2 year certification period for that class) at no additional charge. This allows them an unlimited refresher to practice the skills or review the information during that 2 year period.
A student workbook will be provided for use during class but must remain on-site.
CLASSES ARE FORMING NOW. Our October 2020 classes are listed below. Be sure to sign up now! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-341-4980 for more information regarding dates and times or book using this link:
All classes are conducted with strict COVID-19 protocols in place, are socially distanced and are limited to 6 students per class.
Due to COVID-19, the following items REQUIRED!
1. Each student MUST wear a face mask (bandanas or single layer face masks will not be accepted).
2. MUST wear gloves (We will provide gloves if you do not have any).
3. Must agree to have your temperature checked upon entry and at other times designated by the instructional staff.
Hand sanitizer will be provided and all manikins are sanitized.
Important: Make sure to wear comfortable clothing. This is a physical class and you will need have to demonstrate physical skills in order to receive your certification.
47.50 $47.50 · 5 hours