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The Basic First Aid course offered by AEPS follows the same format at the American Red Cross First Aid presentation.

This program is not a certification course, but is an excellent as a refresher course or an in-service course.

  • The purpose of this course is to provide you with essential skills and information necessary to offer medical help to someone in critical need.
  • After completion of the coursework and the test you will be able to assess the need for first aid and how to administer.

The AEPS First Aid course covers all the basics of First Aid and meets the American Red Cross requirements.

Course Curriculum includes First Aid, Good Samaritan laws, EMS System, Standards of Care; Recognizing and Responding to Emergencies, Avoiding Infectious Diseases; Bleeding & Wound Care, Shock, Burns, Head, Spinal, Chest, & Abdominal Injuries; Bone, Joint & Muscle Injuries; Sudden Illness: Cardiac, Stroke, Respiratory, Seizures, Diabetes; Poisonings, Bites & Stings; Heat, Cold, & Environmental Emergencies; Rescuing & Moving Victims

Test

A multiple-choice test is administered at the conclusion of the program.

Ratings and Reviews

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Anthony Taylor
Posted 3 months ago
Excellent Training Tool

Detailed, educational and very informative

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peter hemerlein
Posted 5 months ago
All material is equally important

Great Course

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Isaiah Brown
Posted 6 months ago
New user

Very simple to follow.

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Patricia Tucker
Posted 1 year ago
Highly Recommend!

Everything you need to know!

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Jacob Bamford
Posted 1 year ago
fun

fun

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Bassam Al-Tameemi
Posted 1 year ago
Too much repetitive details

Amerixan Red Cross CPR training has lots of details that's away from CPR concept. It causes to lose the concentration in initial subjects. ARC needs more focus on the CPR materials itself, with anything related to CPR, despite the other emergency injuries' treatments.

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Morris Janetzke
Posted 1 year ago
Meh

The double negative way of asking questions is unnecessary.

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Robert Whitehead
Posted 1 year ago
Very informative!

This training had great information and was easy to understand! I'm hoping I never have to use this training, but it is good to know I'm ready if needed!

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Angelo Khan
Posted 2 years ago
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John Kim
Posted 2 years ago
good

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Harold Odell
Posted 2 years ago
Difficulty getting to lessons

This course jumped directly to the quizzes and was difficult to view the lessons.

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Ramiro Hernandez
Posted 2 years ago
n/a

helpful

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Eric McKinnie
Posted 2 years ago
Still Saving Live

Educational. Everyone should know basic first aid because accidents happen

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Eldrick Lewis
Posted 2 years ago
Pandemic safe

Able to complete in a pandemic safe environment on my own time.

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Darrell Randall
Posted 3 years ago
TREATMENT

HARD TO GET TO LESSONS ON MAIN PAGE AND CERTIFICATE WOULD NOT PRINT

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Ernst Cayemitte
Posted 3 years ago
Learning type

I’m glad I had the option to either read or watch videos. I’m a visual and kinesthetic learner

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