Information on Medical Training
Be prepared for any emergency with medical training from Rocking C. We offer training to help you quickly and properly address medical emergencies.
All CPR courses include training in the use of an AED. All CPR courses are also based on the latest American Heart Association (AHA) research and International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science with Treatment Recommendations.
Active Shooter Training (AVERT)
Active Violence Emergency Response Training (AVERT) is specifically designed for the general public. It brings both medical and law enforcement experience and perspective to train in awareness, reaction, protection, and treatment of severe injuries that many times result from these encounters.
AVERT is a blended training program. Before class, the student will complete an on-line introductory training that will prepare them for the in-person portion. The classroom portion is approximately three (3) hours and includes hands-on training, realistic scenarios and educational instruction.
CPR and AED (CPRAED) Training
This course is designed for those who desire or are required to be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques and the automated external defibrillator (AED). It may be geared towards adult only, pediatric only, or a combination of the two.
Basic Life Saver (BLS) Training
This course is designed for healthcare providers who are required to be trained in basic life support (BLS). It trains them in adult and pediatric CPR and 1- and 2-rescuer/team techniques.
Basic First Aid
This course is designed for those who are not professional rescuers or healthcare providers, but desire or are occupationally required to be trained and certified in basic first aid. It includes training in exam glove donning and doffing, primary assessment of a responsive person, and control of severe external bleeding.
Advanced First Aid
This course is designed for non-EMS responders who desire or are required to be trained in advanced first aid. A current BLS certification is required as a prerequisite but may be incorporated into the course. The course involves scenario-based teams learning to assess and manage both traumatic and medical patients.
Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS)
This course is designed for teenagers and young adults to provide babysitting services. It emphasizes safety awareness, suggested playtime activities, and recognizing problems that might arise. Included are proper handwashing techniques and how to control bleeding.
Wilderness First Aid
This course is designed primarily for those who are not professional responders but are interested in learning wilderness- or remote-specific first aid techniques. Typical students may include adventure guides, park and forest rangers, camp counselors or administrators, and Boy Scouts. The minimum age is 14.
Emergency Medical Response
This course is designed for those who have workplace training requirements for highly advanced first aid, but without the EMS certification. It covers treatment of respiratory arrest using a bag valve mask, adult cardiac arrest with AED, infant cardiac arrest, traumatic injury, and medical emergency.
Emergency Medical Service Continuing Education Courses
This course is offered in one- to two-hour credit blocks or a longer refresher course setting. A wide variety of CE courses are approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education. These courses may be used for State or National Registry CE, with in-person or e-learning options available.