The professional courses are designed for healthcare providers who are required to maintain current status in a variety of programs/disciplines in order to maintain licensure and/or employment.
These course are for FireFighters, EMT's, Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians and other allied healthcare professionals.
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Courses include (Provider and Refresher):
PreHospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
Basic Life Suport for Heatlhcare Providers (BLS)
Pediatric Education for Prehosptial Professionals (PEPP)
Emergency Medical Patients - Assessment Care & Transport (EMPACT)
AHA Hybrid Skills Testing
CPR & First Aid (Public Courses):
These courses are offered for any individual or organization needing training as lay responders for medical emergencies. Courses focus on teaching individuals on who to access help, provide CPR, AED and/or render First Aid care until the arrival for Police, FIre or EMS professionals.
These course are desgined to meet the needs of teachers, coaches, safety teams, scout troop leaders, day-care providers, camp counselors and many more.
CPR & First AId
Heartsaver First Aid Training
Pediatric First Aid
Continuing Education/Contact Hours:
Continuing Education (CE) / contact hours are available for all courses taken through Snowy River EMS Productions for EMT's, Paramedics, RNs and allied healthcare professionals. Physicians may turn in their course completion certificates for CME Credit.
Snowy River EMS Productions LLC is an approved California EMS CE Provider # 60-0290.
Snowy River EMS Productions LLC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing Provider # CEP15433
CE Course completion certificates must be retained for a minimum of 4 years from course completion for audit purposes.
Snowy River EMS Productions LLC is a training site of the HealthSource at Kidsake - an approved American Heart Association Training Center.
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