We have all been witness to
the destructive power and damage to human life from
recent hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis. All
of these disasters have demonstrated how quickly the
Emergency Services Network can be overwhelmed, leaving
individuals, perhaps you, as the first link in the
chain of survival. The experiences of others
reinforces the need for all of us to be prepared,
to be self-sufficient in a time of crisis.
In an emergency of
unexpected proportions, one should be prepared to be
self-sufficient for at least three to five days.
This includes food and water as well as having the
skills necessary to manage medical emergencies.
We also face the
omnipresent threat of terrorist attacks; each of us may
be called upon to help a fellow traveler, possibly in
the mist of our daily commute to work or while shopping
at our local market.
Now is the time to take
stock of your personal situation. Are you
Preparedness goes far
beyond having a flashlight, water and a battery-powered
radio. Having training in CPR and first aid is critical,
as you are likely to be the emergency responder for your
family or in your workplace or neighborhood when
Emergency Medical Services are delayed or unavailable.
You can get Adult CPR, AED,
first aid training and Care for Children Courses
right in your neighborhood, school or office from
Emergency First Response. ALDive’s approach to training
builds confidence in lay rescuers and increases their
willingness to respond when faced with a medical
emergency by teaching them the skills they need in a
non-stressful learning environment.
General academic information is covered using our
independent study materials.
This allows the instructor
to focus class time on skill development rather than
Participants are also given as much practice as
necessary to master and retain these skills.
More practice time means better skill retention, which
gives you the confidence to respond in the event of a
Automated ExternalDefibrillation (AED) Course
The AED course builds on
the skills learned in the Primary Care (CPR) course to
teach the proper AED use. This life saving device can
increase a patient's chance of survival from a cardiac
arrest by fifty percent. During this course you'll
review the basic principles of Primary Care (CPR) and
learn how to deploy and use an AED in an emergency
Creating Confidence to Care Emergency
First Response is the fastest-growing international
CPR, AED and first aid training organization. Courses are offered worldwide through our
network of more than 31,000 Instructors worldwide.
Emergency First Response is backed by 36 years of
experience in the development and delivery of
instructional courses, training, materials and
educational curricula. Emergency First Response courses
have gained widespread international acceptance.
Now is the time to get trained.
As the terrible reality of disasters makes
us all aware, we are vulnerable, but we are not