THIS CLASS IS A LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR:
Requirements to attend a live webinar:
- You will need a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer to view it. If using a smartphone or tablet, it is best to have the app for the program on your device (i.e. Zoom, GoToWebinar).
- To verify your continued attendance during the class, you will need a microphone, webcam or the ability to type into the program’s live chat.
- Instructors or school personnel will take attendance periodically throughout the class.
- Instructors may call on participants.
- To verify attendance, a code word may be given sometime during the class.
- You will be required to complete and return an evaluation after the course has ended. The evaluation may ask what code word was given.
- You may not receive your Certificate of Completion if we cannot verify your attendance.
Webinar invitations are emailed to registered students as the course date nears (approximately one day prior to the class).
Certificates of Completion are emailed to students approximately 5 business days after the course.
Approved for 2 CEUs for chiropractors and NJ massage therapists. *
This course will review the fundamentals of handling medical emergencies. It is a condensed version of our longer 6-hour course.
- Review of Medical Health History
- Most Common Medical Emergencies
- Recognition and Initial Treatment of Emergency Implications and Prevention of Emergency
- Drugs Used in Emergency Situations
- Importance of Staff Training
Instructor: Joe Rector, BsE, EMT, Safety Engineer, Certified CPR Instructor
*The course is approved for NJ chiropractors because The Institute for Continuing Education is an Approved Provider/Sponsor with the NJ Board of Chiropractic Examiners. This course is also PACE Approved for chiropractors in states that recognize PACE for continuing ed.
For massage therapists, the course is covered only for New Jersey massage therapists/bodyworkers under Section 13:37-4.2(a) (i)(xiii) of the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy regulations. It is not currently approved by the NCBTMB.