Basic Life Support: Scene Safety, Initial Assessment, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Chest Compressions, Foreign Body Airway Obstruction, Control of External Bleeding.

First Aid: Bandaging and Wound Management, Shock Management, Asthma, Heart Attack, Diabetic Emergencies, Stroke, Seizures, Poisonings, Burns, Bone Breaks, Temperature Related Injuries, Home Emergency Planning, Lifting & Moving, and Overall General Emergency Management.
Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED):Theory, Setup, and Use.

Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries: The DAN Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries course is designed to train and educate interested individuals in the techniques of using oxygen as first aid for a suspected dive injury. In addition, this course will introduce the fundamentals of recognizing diving injury warning signs, response and management. This program also provides an excellent opportunity for experienced divers and instructors to continue their education. This program is included in BLS/CPR and First Aid when student is a scuba diver.

First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life Injuries: Although serious hazardous marine life injuries are rare, most divers experience minor discomfort from unintentional encounters with fire coral, jellyfish and other marine creatures at some point in their dive careers. Learn how to recognize and minimize these injuries. The First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life Injuries course is designed to provide divers with knowledge regarding specific types of marine life injuries and the general first aid treatment for those injuries. This course introduces students to identification of potentially hazardous marine life as well as how to avoid injuries.

Neurological Assessment: Approximately two-thirds of divers with decompression illness experience damage to their nervous system. These signs are often vague and can go unrecognized by the diver, causing the symptoms to be dismissed as insignificant or not dive related and delaying treatment. Additionally, stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability. Recognizing signs and symptoms of a possible stroke and activating EMS can minimize lasting effects. The Neurological Assessment course focuses on how to obtain essential information about an individual involved in a dive emergency or suspected of having a stroke and what information to relay to emergency medical services.
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