Classes utilize various visual & hands-on instructional aids. These include, but are not limited to:
Use real-life scenarios to improve retention of training techniques.
Training manuals for the course curriculum that can be kept for future reference.
A training device that looks and behaves like the actual FRx series AED defibrillator but does not actually deliver electric shocks. Used to train users on how to use the FRx defibrillator to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest emergency.
Features include a patented face/head tilt that simulates the way an actual victim’s head would move, and helps teach students how to open the airway during CPR; full chest rise; a CPR Rate Monitor that provides instant feedback about the rate of chest compressions and a clicker mechanism that helps students learn to use the right amount of force in order to compress the victim’s chest to the correct depth.
This small animal trainer incorporates all the necessary features for teaching basic dog CPR to pet owners. The anatomy features a full body molded in the appropriate position in which to give CPR, nares, retractable tongue, moveable jaw, sanitary replaceable airway, foam-filled body for chest compression resistance, and a femoral pulse.