First Aid Training

First Aid Training

When someone is injured or ill on the job, it is usually a coworker that is nearest and is the first to respond. In an emergency situation it is their ability to quickly assess and respond that saves lives.

This First Aid training program is provided at your business or group in Miami, Ft Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville or Pensacola. This training provides employees and employers with a comprehensive emergency response program in the event of a medical emergency.

We go to your place of business and provide your staff with First Aid training so they are prepared to respond to medical emergencies. Our first aid training program will enable your staff to stabilize, maintain and comfort a victim until emergency medical services arrives. A quick first aid response can make the difference between a fast recovery and a lifelong disability.

Our first aid training uses simple techniques on how to respond to an emergency, Ordinarily the time that you need to care for an individual is only seven to ten minutes. We will show your staff how to stabilize the victim, manage the victim, and manage the situation surrounding the victim until 9-1-1 arrives. This first aid training course is a site-specific training class customized for both individual medical needs of the employees and emergency traumas within your workplace.

First aid situations are often confusing and can be scary, that’s why it’s important to prepare your business before something happens. By offering your employees to take a first aid training class they will learn how to:

  • Control bleeding
  • Treat injuries, burns and wounds
  • Care for allergic reactions and poisoning
  • Address strokes, seizures & diabetic emergencies
  • Choking


Taught by Certified Instructors

  • Everyone gets Hands-On-Training
  • Everyone gets Coached on “Technique” when needed
  • Everyone gets a Certification Card

First Aid Certification:

Standard First Aid – 3 Hours

Certification is good for two years

*This class can be taught separately or in conjunction with Advanced Bleeding Control