Heartcode BLS™ (Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers) – The Professional Level CPR certification. This is required for Doctors, Nurses, Healthcare students, EMTs and Paramedics as well as clinical care specialists and lifeguards.
Heartsaver™ CPR/AED – For the layperson this training includes Adult, Child, and Infant education for CPR, AED and choking. This is ideal for personal trainers, teachers, parents and babysitters and others who want to provide assistance in case of a cardiac emergency.
Heartsaver™ First Aid – Learn how to treat injuries and sudden emergencies.
Blended learning (also known as eLearning – Part 1) – Allows a student to do the entire cognitive portion online. It is self-paced and includes videos, text and online interaction (simulations). You will take your online test without having the pressure of time constraint and other distractions. Most classes can be finished in about 2 hours.
Pet Hero Certified Training - Attendees will gain confidence and skills necessary to tend to unexpected pet emergencies until professional veterinary attention is acquired.
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) - This advanced course highlights the importance of high-performance team dynamics and communication, systems of care, recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, immediate post-cardiac arrest, acute dysrhythmia, stroke, and acute coronary syndromes (ACS), which is built upon the foundation of lifesaving BLS skills and the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR.
My name is Scott McIntyre, and I am an Emergency Medical Technicial, Basic Life Support Instructor, and Certified Personal Trainer (emphasizing emergency fitness). I am trained in Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Canine Casualty Care, and have been an EMT and BLS Instructor for over 18 years. During various trainings and deployments I have seen the importance of maintaining and improving the ability to move and function around and through many types of obstacles and conditions. The classic commercial, ”I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” has always troubled me. Someone in a weakened condition, whether because of age or infirmity, places an extra burden on family and responders in an emergency. The emotional and physical stress it places on the individual who has fallen or is weakened is scary at best. My focus as a NASM Certified Personal Trainer is Emergency Fitness. The ability to move the body effectively during and after an emergency situation is vital for anyone at any age. Stability, flexibility, upper body strength and grip strength are key components to dealing with events we may be faced with during our lifetime.