CPR/AED/1st Aid Instructor workshop at Crown of Life Church in Riverside
Center for Healthcare Education provides Instructor Training for more than 200 fire stations in the SW USA!
The first few minutes of life are critical! Center provides Neonatal Resuscitation certification worldwide.
Center’s President and Clinical Specialist Cindy Tait, EMT-P, RN, MPH at Harvard University training with TED TALK coaches.
Center’s amazing instructors providing certifications for CNA, MA, RCP, Nursing, HVAC, Security and other vocational courses for career colleges nationwide. Course are challenging, fun and lots of hands-on skills!
Center specializes in certifying professionals in “Heavy Industry” including gas, oil, maritime, construction, transportation and agriculture.
More than CPR/AED and First Aid - Center offers courses in Bleeding
Control, Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens, Active Shooter, Advanced
First Aid and Emergency Medical Response.
Schedule a class for your group large or small. Center provides training for businesses, schools, dental/physician groups, families, neighborhood watch teams and much more!
Center has received numerous awards and commendations from international clients including Mexico, Jordan, and the UAE!
Medical Student, Intern, Resident and Attending physician training at numerous medical schools in Mexico.
Learning at the Center for Healthcare Education is fun, low key and interactive.
What’s the best way to be prepared for emergencies? Combine First Aid
training with your CPR/AED training. Call for discounted pricing for
Cleanest manikins and training equipment in the business!
We've "got your back" in the event of an audit! All classes are AHA, NSC,
Joint Commission, OSHA, EMSA, BRN and Dental Board compliant. This
means that you will have a textbook in the course (options vary), watch
all multimedia, participate in all skills labs and are facilitated to
take the Open Book exam. Blended Learning is also available = Online
certification + Skills check off.
Advanced Course include Basic and Advanced ECG, 12-Lead & STEMI
recognition, Neonatal Resuscitation, Oxygen therapy, Recognition of
Substance Abuse in the Workplace and Train the Trainer.
Instructor Workshops fill quickly! Sign up for CPR/AED/BLS, First Aid, Heartsaver CPR, ACLS, PALS, NRP, B-Con, BBP classes and more……
Center’s specializes in Code Blue Team building!
Supplemental Oxygen can be life-saving! Too much can be detrimental - take a course and learn the best practices!!
Tips from the Pros! Center’s director, Cindy Tait, EMT-P, RN, MPH in advanced cardiology workshop with the inventor of the cardiac stent - Dr. Richard Schatz, Mother Theresa’s cardiologist.
Center for Healthcare Education is on the cutting edge of Resuscitation Education - Simulation Training!
“HEAVY INDUSTRY” needs Heavy Duty Training. Center provides 24-56 hour Emergency Medical Response (EMR) certification through the National Safety Council. Topics and skills include: extrication, oxygen administration, severe burns, near drowning, spinal and fracture immobilization, emergency childbirth and much more! Experts are available to consult with your facility to set up specialized employee teams and schedule on-site mock drills and scenario based training.
Some training centers boast about their “low stress” courses. There is
nothing “low stress” about delivering a baby that is born premature and
not breathing properly. At Center for Healthcare Education our goal is
to set you up with the knowledge and skills required to pass and stay
current with your certifications to MAKE a DIFFERENCE in the field or
clinical setting. In the process we have a lot of fun and make new
Center’s equipment is State-of-the-Art and Ultra CLEAN for you to practice your skills on. Steffany is our lead Bilingual CPR/AED, First Aid, BBP and B-Con Spanish speaking faculty. Call for courses available for your group in Espanol.
Center’s leaders and advisors value the importance of Vision,
Leadership, Innovation, Business Acumen and Communication Skills!
Recent training included certification workshops at Yale, Harvard and John Maxwell. We even had
personal training from TED TALK coaches!
Neonatal advance airway workshop for a group of physicians in Puebla,
Mexico with our partnering American Academy of Pediatrics training
center Learning to Help.
Most of Center for Healthcare Education’s instructors and faculty are
the “REAL DEAL” currently practicing in EMS or Hospital settings.
“Buttonolgy” in the Simulation Lab.
Center has offered Provider and Instructor Courses, and developed
Emergency Response Teams in >25 countries in multiple languages.
Teachers enjoy learning from good Teachers! Center’s courses are
popular with K-12 schools, community colleges, universities and career
Wherever you are in your career, it is essential to reflect on your individual goals. Is it time to get back on track? Celebrate accomplishments? Or set new goals? Some tips from the pros for successful personal and work life are:
- Take risks
- Don’t fear change
- Establish healthy relationships
- Choose gratitude
- Seek to be and do the best at what you endeavor
- Keep learning
- Manage your emotions
- Be passionate
- Maximize your strengths
- Give back
At Center for Healthcare Education, Inc. our goal is to provide “Programs for Personal and Professional Growth!” If you are looking to gain, retain, or improve job or life skills, we can help. If you are looking for a new career path sign up for one of our CPR, First Aid, ACLS, PALS, NRP, or Bloodborne Pathogen Instructor workshops – we are Leaders Training Leaders!
YOUR compliance starts with OUR compliance! Before Center for Healthcare Education, Inc. can help you with your workplace, OSHA, and other regulatory agencies' compliance regulations, WE must comply with all regulations.
When designing our new office we worked closely with the contractor to ensure that our facility for CPR, ACLS, PALS, First Aid and NRP training was not only in compliance with the American Disabilities Act but also would be comfortable for participants with special needs.
Center for Healthcare Education, Inc. welcomes all people in our community to take courses at our Training Center. Check our website www.healthcareeducation.org for courses and dates or call 1-888-834-8700 to set up a class for your group.
We give and receive feedback every day. However, does it make a difference? How do educational leaders use feedback (both positive and constructive) to enhance skills performance and learning in the classroom? With words intended to reinforce or change behavior or mindset.
Let's look at a couple of examples, and you decide which you prefer:
"Great Job!" or "Your ability to calculate that medication dose correctly under stress saved that man's life!”
"You put the AED pads in the wrong place!" or "Put your finger on the manikin's chest where the heart is located. Now make sure that the AED pads are placed so that your finger is in the center of the pads."
Refer to the illustration SSIP – Sincere, Specific, Immediate, and Personal the next time you give someone feedback.
Sign-up for an instructor workshop to learn this and more tips for teaching CPR/AED, First Aid, Neonatal Resuscitation, ACLS, PALS, Bleeding Control, and Bloodborne Pathogen. 1-888-834-8700.
For most businesses, the year 2008 was financially painful. On the
contrary, it was a good year for Center for Healthcare Education, Inc.
Why? Because our phone was ringing with schools, businesses, churches,
government entities, etc. that knew they had limited $$$ to pay for
quality, get-it-right the first-time training.
While the EKG is mostly objective, assessing the cardiac patient’s pain and “anginal equivalents” are mostly subjective.
Henry J. L. Marriott is considered to be the one of the best EKG educators of all time. His sagely wisdom is to:
- accurately read the EKG and,
- “ask the patient how they feel and listen intently without interruption for 5 minutes – you will get everything you need for the correct diagnosis.”
Here are some tips:
- Make eye contact.
- Don’t interrupt.
- Practice “Active Listening.”
- Show you understand.
- Listen without thinking ahead or making knee-jerk diagnoses.
- Listen without judgement.
- Watch non-verbal communication.
- Be still and quiet – no fidgeting, cells phones or other distractions.
- Don’t be preoccupied with charting – you can do that later.
And I would add, ask “is there anything else I need to know to help you?” Practice the same active listening skills with the patient’s primary family member or caretaker.
Let’s up our empathy and improve our patient care by listening well!
My family thinks I’m crazy. They make faces at me when I give them a 1st Aid kit, One-Way CPR mask, flashlight, wool blanket or set of emergency reflectors for the trunk of their car for a birthday gift or stocking stuffer. I’ve even been called a “prepper!”
However, having worked in the field as a Paramedic and Trauma Flight Nurse, I’ve seen the difference that training, planning and the proper equipment can make to assure the best possible outcome for the victim(s) of an emergency.
Promise me……you won't put it off for another day! Cindy Tait, Training Specialist - Center for Healthcare Education.
The National Safety Council recommends the following general precautions that apply to many disaster situations:
- Make sure to have a family communication planin place; all members of the family should review and practice the plan
- Have all family members' and other important phone numbers written down or memorized
- Have an emergency kit in your carand at least three days of food and water at home
- Be sure to store all important documents – birth certificates, insurance policies, etc. – in a fire-proof safe or safety deposit box
- Assign one family member the responsibility of learning first aid and CPR
- Know how to shut off utilities
The National Safety Council offers safety tips specific to each of the following emergencies:
Did you know that PEEPs are not even cooked? Peeps are made of sugar, corn syrup, gelatin (ground up pig parts!), carnuba wax (yes, the same that makes your car shiny!) and food dye all poured into a mold. Eyes are lasered on right after the color dye spray bath and then packaged.
Of greater concern is that 10’s of millions of the sugary treats are given to small children at Easter who don’t follow their Grandma’s instructions to “sit down and chew your food 30 times before you swallow” before wolfing down a PEEP chick or bunny. With the consistency of marshmallows, a child could bite off an ear, beak or chunk of the midsection of a gooey Peep only to have it get stuck in his/her little throat.
A registered nurse in our office last week reported that her 13 month old daughter severely choked on a pizza crust that she was mouthing at dinner. Thank God that she was trained in CPR and was able to get it out!
If you still decide to give your kids PEEPs please watch them closely and make sure that you and everyone who cares for your children are certified in CPR. Contact Center for Healthcare Education today 1-888-834-8700 or go to our website Course Calendar to sign up for a class www.healthcareeducation.org
Ask for our family discounts. Happy Easter!
Manual displacement of the gravid uterus to the left. What?! Who’s been in emergency medicine since dirt and never heard that terminology? The technique has been around for centuries but has recently been brought to the forefront with the new 2015 AHA guidelines for resuscitation. Contact our office for a full PDF of the AHA Guidelines Highlights (see excerpt below page 20)
Cardiac Arrest in Pregnancy: Provision of CPR