ProFirstAid Basic is online CPR and First aid certification that meets OSHA guidelines for the general workplace. If you are currently certified with Red Cross, AHA, National Safety Council, ASHI or Medic First Aid, you are welcome to utilize ProFirstAid.com and receive a new, two-year ProFirstAid Basic certificate.
Total course time includes 3 hours and 24 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.
“The Pro First Aid Basic training program was very well designed. It is a great program to do at your own pace and every part of the program can be reviewed as much as needed. Each first aid scenario was covered in detail and had the visual aid along with it. I feel that I was able to comprehend the entire program better online than in a formal classroom setting and that I can walk away with more competence in CPR and first aid than before. This program makes me able to save someone's life. ”
“Roy was very professional, easy to understand, gave comprehensive and succinct information about each condition, and did so in an interesting and engaging manner. We also really liked Roy's obvious concern and commitment to encouraging each student to do his best to become an efficient and caring 'rescuer' without the usual fears that can accompany saving another's life.BTW, the reason I took the course, and had my husband listening in too, is because we live aboard our sailboat, Mahayana, and have been doing extensive cruising through the Caribbean and North America. But in a few months, we are starting a long voyage through the Panama canal and across the Pacific Ocean, where we will be entirely on our own. We needed a refresher for the first aid emergencies that might occur at sea. I think any sea voyager would benefit from the course’s simple and systematic approach to first aid emergencies. (Except the part that says call EMS :) - there is really no EMS way out in the ocean. If we are lucky, the Single Side Band radio might reach another sailor somewhere, if we ever have to abandon ship). But that happens so rarely. The section that moved me the most was when Roy discussed people's fears and gave encouragement and hope to any potential rescuer, but made it clear that sometimes there is not always a favorable outcome - that is not our fault. Roy delivered that part in such an emotional and heartfelt manner that his dedication and genuine sincerity for his work really moved us both.”