Training

        

 

 

Life Education of Florida provides training classes for Individuals, health care professionals and organizations. Classes can be held at your site or ours, week days, evenings or weekends. Home study courses are available for HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence. Contact hours available for CPR, HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence. Some courses qualify for continuing education credits. If you are a private instructor or safety director and would like to teach the best and most current programs available, please contact us.

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

CPR

Our CPR courses cover adult, infant and child, two person, bag mask ventilation, use of an automated external defrillator (AED). These courses are for the healthcare provider, daycare workers and general public.

 

Instructor & Instructor Trainer 

Student's interested in this course must be committed to teaching several CPR courses per year. Join a winning team.

 

FIRST AID

Our First Aid program has been approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Swimming, Florida Department of Elder Affairs and meets or exceeds the requirements of the Department of Transportation.

 

This course teaches a common sense approach to caring for injured or ill adults, infants and children. Course topics include:

 

bullet

Cause and prevention of unintentional injuries

bullet

Medical emergencies

bullet

Specific body injuries

bullet

Shock

bullet

Types of bleeding and wounds

bullet

Treating burns

bullet

Poisonings

bullet

Temperature Related Emergencies

bullet

Drowning and more

 

Click Here to see what our students say about this class

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

 

PET FIRST AID

This program includes how to approach an ill or injured animal, rescue breathing, CPR, choking, how to control bleeding, how to care for injuries to muscles and bones, heat and cold related emergencies and more. This program is not intended to replace veterinary care but rather teaches how to save a pet's life in an emergency situation or to minimize a pet's trauma after an injury. Always after an emergency have your pet checked out by your local vet.

 

 

HIV/AIDS

This course includes the history of the virus, how the virus is transmitted, demographics and epidemiology of the disease, how it affects the body, therapies and more

 

Click Here to see what our students say about this class

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

This course includes the recognition of domestic violence in a home setting and the workplace, stalking, identifying number of patients who are likely to be victims and the number who are likely to be perpetrators of domestic violence, screening procedures, identifying community resources that provide information to victims, state mandatory reporting requirements according to the Florida Statutes and more.

 

Click Here to see what our students say about this class

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

OSHA BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

This course meets the annual update requirement of OSHA. It includes the definition and types of bloodborne pathogens, mode of transmission, how to protect yourself, incubation period, signs and symptoms of exposure, post exposure prophylaxis,  vaccines, and exposure control and more.

 

Also available, yearly 1 hour update course.

 

Click Here to see what our students say about this class

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

INFECTION PREVENTION COURSE

The course includes how to prevent the spread of infectious or communicable diseases in the workplace, how diseases are spread, the methods of transmission, preventing a needle stick, sharps, biohazard waste disposal, good housekeeping, cleaning and decontamination, Hepatitis B shots, how to stop transmission, personal protective equipment, post exposure procedures, contact spread diseases. It explains how exposure control programs work.

 

Click Here to see what our students say about this class

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

 

MEDICAL ERRORS

This course identifies medical errors and near errors. Relates the importance of patient safety to the reduction of hospital based medical errors. Discusses how to recognize error prone situations, error prevention and reduction strategies including root cause analysis. Distinguishes safety needs of special populations and encourages patient education toward error prevention.

 

Click Here to sign up for a class

 

VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE

Defining workplace violence, risk factors, recognizing the signs, diffusing the situation and post incident response.

 

Click Here to sign up for a class