Brunswick Scuba, LLC EFR, First Aid, CPR, AED, Oxygen, O2 Training: First Aid, CPR, AED, Oxygen Administration
Veteran Owned and Operated
Phone: (434) 955-0304     email: dalelynnsims@hotmail.com

In the United States, 142,000 Injuries that result in death annually; 22 Children die daily from injuries, 1.5 million heart
attacks occur each year with 500,000 deaths.
 
Could you help someone if they needed assistance? 
 
Sign Up Now for the First Aid, CPR, AED class and let us help you take the step that can save lives.  We will take the
mystery out of Automated External Defibrillators

Because diving often takes place at remote locations, it is essential for divers to have the first aid knowledge and skills 
that enable them to sustain life and promote relief until professional help arrives.

The First Aid training program is designed for all recreational scuba divers or anyone wishing to develop the necessary life 
saving skills for work home or whilst at leisure.  It is required for divers seeking the level of SCUBA Rescue or Advance 
Rescue, Training Assistant, Divemaster, Assistant Instructor and Instructor.

The care given in the first hour following an incident can be the difference between life and death.

This new course covers the four cornerstones of first aid incidents: First Aid, CPR, Oxygen Administration, Accident Management.

This course meets all requirements for NAUI and PADI Rescue diver, and meet performance criteria for DAN's Oxygen provider courses.

Both of these courses follow the same priorities of care used by professional rescuers. 

Primary Care (CPR) assumes that local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers are in place to support your Emergency Responder care. 

Secondary Care (First Aid) assumes that EMS is delayed or unavailable.

The course contains video presentations, slides, lecture, and hands on skill sessions in particular the ABC's of first aid:

Emergency Response Primary and Secondary Care 

The Primary care covers emergency care for most life threatening emergencies. Participants focus on primary care through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice. The major skills learned in this course are:
  • Scene Assessment 
  • Barrier Use
  • Primary Assessment 
  • Rescue Breathing
  • One Rescuer, Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Deployment and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Serious Bleeding Management
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Recommended Skill: Automated External Defibrillator Orientation
  • Recommended Skill: Conscious Choking Adult
  • Recommended Skill: Emergency Oxygen Use Orientation

The Secondary care part of the course covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening or when local EMS is unavailable or delayed. Participants focus on secondary assessments and the appropriate first aid through knowledge development, skills development and realistic scenario practice. Skills learned include:
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Bandaging
  • Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures

Program Materials

Primary, Secondary Care manual, your guide through Emergency Response, quality material that incorporate state of the art instructional design: The student text book is easy to understood with graphics that help walk you through the process.  You will find emergency care flow charts, skill scan sheets, photos, and illustrations. Students who successfully complete the course will receive internationally recognized course completion cards. YOU CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE !
  

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Open to divers and non-divers alike  
This is is a general First Aid, CPR, AED & O2 courses
First Aid, CPR, AED Oxygen Administration
Emergency Oxygen Administration approx 1/2 day
This course covers provides information for complying with the FDA requirements for training in the administration of emergency oxygen. Participants focus assessments and the appropriate knowledge and skills development with realistic scenario practice. Emergency Oxygen administration is a critical step in treating a severe or life-threatening illness or injury. This program focuses on administering emergency oxygen, rescue breathing and oxygen delivery devices. Skills learned include:
  • Types of O2 equipment
  • Operation of adjustable and fixed-flow-rate oxygen delivery systems
  • Recognition of oxygen hazards
  • Airway management
  • Classroom session normally a 1/2 day
  • Course cost includes all resources, text and expendable items
  • Prerequisite course of First Aid / CPR
  • Group discounts available 
  • Course cost start at $120 with hands on practical application and the use of O2
More Information
  • Classroom session normally a full day
  • Hands on practical application of First Aid procedures, CPR and the use of the AED
  • Group discounts available
  • Courses cost start at $125 Per Person
  • Course cost includes all resources, text and expendable items
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Can't come to us, we can come to your group!  
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NEW!  Lay Person Airway Management
More Information:
  • Classroom session normally a full day
  • Hands on practical application of airway management procedures and use of associated equipment
  • Group discounts available
  • Courses cost start at $175 Per Person
  • Course cost includes all resources, text and expendable items
  • Prerequisites are 18 Years old, current First Aid w/CPR & AED e.g. Emergency First Response primary & secondary w/CPR & AED, and Emergency Oxygen Provider, or qualifying prerequisite(s) 

Lay Person Airway Management Instructor course also available.  Give us a call today!
Lay Person Airway Management

The purpose of the Layperson Airway Management Distinctive Specialty course is to familiarize the layperson, divers or non-divers, with skills, knowledge, organization, procedures, techniques, problems, hazards, and deployment in the use of airway management techniques.
The course is intended to serve as a controlled, supervised introduction to airway management for laypersons and will emphasize safety and proper technique.

The goals of airway management training are:
  • To develop the individual’s knowledge of airway management and the devices used to assist in maintaining an airway, their features and benefits; correct fit and adjustment, their care and maintenance.
  • Students will be introduced and use Nasopharyngeal Airway Kit(s) (NPA), Oropharyngeal Oral Airway Kit(s) (OPA), Air Mask Bag Unit (AMBU), Manual Suction device, Pulse Oximetry, Emergency Oxygen set with manually activated demand valve.
  • To develop the individual’s mastery of airway management skills.
  • To enable the individuals to plan, organize and deploy layperson airway management skills safely to help preserve life.
  • This course does not provide training for emergency oxygen provider, first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or advanced airway management skills. 
  • This course contains knowledge development, presentations that include benefits, hazards, legal, equipment introduction followed by demonstration then hands-on training and practice.