ADET & CPR Training
The central issue of CPR Training is whether a community's ECC (Emergency Cardiac Care) system results in optimal patient survival. Achieving the optimal survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and trauma in every community is the challenge now and in the future. ADET strongly supports this issue entirely, and therefore involves itself from the community level to the Hospital in creating and facilitating training programs as they relate to BLS (Basic Life Support) and ECC (Emergency Cardiac Care).
ADET works closely with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and the American Heart Association's Emergency Cardiac Care program, educating Healthcare Professionals, Community Service Groups, and Corporate Businesses around the world in CPR, strengthening the Chain of Survival!
The Heart and Stroke Foundation and American Heart Association's courses in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) are educational programs taught by ADET. Completion cards issued to students completing these courses state the date of issue/course completion and not the expiry date.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and American Heart Association recommends annual retraining as CPR is an important life-time skill. Individuals who have taken a CPR course may qualify to take retraining courses anytime thereafter. It may mean that we have to spend a little more time with certain individuals, but it is our hope that by making training more flexible and accessible we will increase the numbers of people trained in CPR. Remember, it is equally important to review signals and actions and risk factors together with the CPR skills performance at all re-training programs.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation and American Heart Association are the leading authority on Heart Disease and Stroke and today, is responsible for establishing and maintaining the guidelines for ECC (Emergency Cardiac Care) in Canada and throughout the United States of America. This is done in consultation with national experts and organizations with a role in ECC. As a result, all BLS (Basic Life Support)/CPR education taught by ADET strictly follows the HSFC and AHA ECC guidelines.
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