The Programmes We Offer
Ventipuncture (not phlebotomy technician)
NCLEX - REVIEW
With the NCLEX-RN Review Classroom, person prep option is your perfect blend of in-class instruction with our expert nursing faculty and comprehensive resources for out-of-class, realistic practice NCLEX program. This is a great opportunity to learn and refresh your knowledge. NCLEX Review Programme is scheduled on Wednesdays.
Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination
Course Dates: TBA
Food Certification Programmes
We are proud to have our Certified Professional Food Manager (CPFM); Certified Alcohol Handler (CAH) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) programmes are fully accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) AND accepted in all states with mandatory certification requirements (Groups ONLY)
We are officially an approved testing site delivered via paper-based and computer-based options
We are excited that your employer has decided to take advantage of our testing services.
- Certified Professional Food Manager (CPFM) exam
- Certified Professional Food Manager training manual
- Certified Alcohol Handler exam
- Certified Alcohol Handler training manual
- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Manual
- Heartsaver CPR with AED
- Pediatric First Aid
- Domestic Violence
- Assisting the Patient with Self Medications
- BLS for Health Care
- CPR with First Aid
- Nursing Physical Assessment
- CPR Instructor
- First Responder
- ACLS & PALS
- RN-NCLEX Review
The RN-NCLEX Review Programme is designed for RN graduates to prepare them for the USA NCLEX examination. (Programme Length - 1 Month)
First Responders / Medical Emergency Responders
A first response leader is the first medically trained person to arrive at an emergency situation. Whether the responder is a security officer, policeman, firefighter, or clerk, this is a highly stressful and intense position requiring a person with poise.
The first responder training is intended to fill the gap between First Aid and EMT-Basic. A certified first responder can be seen either as an advanced first aid provider or as a somewhat limited provider of emergency medical care. Topics include:
- Introduction to the EMS System
- The Well-Being of the First Responder
- Legal and Ethical Issues
- The Human Body
- Lifting and Moving Patients
- Advanced Airway Management
- Patient Assessment
- Medical Emergencies
- Bleeding and Soft Tissue Injuries
- Muscle and Bone Injuries
- Pediatric and Infant Emergencies
- Environmental Hazards
- EMS Operations
- American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) First Responder (Two-Year Expiration)
Thinking and Delegating Skills
A first response leader must have superior thinking and delegating skills to handle emergency situations. He must recognize the severity of the situation and then come up with the most effective plan to solve problems.
A first responder must be able to translate her assessment of the situation and quickly give other responders instructions.
At a minimum, a first response leader should have some knowledge of first aid. Knowledge of CPR and other first aid basics is important, as a large part of a responder's job is to provide pre-hospital help, which often includes stabilizing a victim long enough for an ambulance to arrive.
What is the length of the course?
First Responder – 40 Hours
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
What is the cost of the course?
Options are available please call for pricing.
Maximum 25 Students per Session
Minimum per Class: 8
Text Book Included
We now offer healthy lifestyle packages. Call or email us for pricing.
- Blood Pressure and Pulse Rate
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Body Composition
- Bone Density
- Prostate Cancer Screening (PSA)