The Georgia Public Safety Training Center is holding an Emergency Medical Responder course on August 28. Firefighters, police officers, and other emergency services personnel are often the first on the scene of emergency calls and have a responsibility to know how to handle the situation properly. Through instruction in patient assessment, patient care, legal aspects, terminology, diagnostic signs, life threatening emergencies and many other topics, the First Responder will be better prepared to provide better care for the patient.
Prerequisites: Students must provide proof of current status for Healthcare Provider through the American Heart Association or an equivalent agency. This must include adult and pediatric CPR, as well as the use of an Automated External Defibrillator. Also, students must possess a valid driver’s license. The proof of these prerequisites must be provided on the first day of class.
To reserve your spot, please register now.