NCRETAC CPR Anytime Training Kits Project
Q: What is the Adult & Child CPR Anytime kit?
A: The AHA’s Adult & Child CPR Anytime Kit contain everything needed to learn the lifesaving skills of CPR, AED awareness, and choking relief in the comfort of a home, office, or other location. In addition to personal and family use, kits can also be used to train small groups and community organizations.
Q: Who is the target audience for this course?
A: Adult & Child CPR Anytime is intended for anyone who wants to learn basic lifesaving skills with the flexibility of a self-directed program. This kit is for people who do not need a course completion card for a job or other requirements. This course is ideal for community groups, parents, grandparents, caregivers, and others interested in learning how to save a life.
Q: Specifically, what content is taught in Adult & Child CPR Anytime?
A: Adult & Child CPR Anytime teaches: • Adult Hands-Only CPR • Child CPR with breaths • Adult and child choking relief • Adult Choking Relief • General AED awareness
Q: What is new or different about the Adult & Child CPR Anytime kit?
A: The following changes have been made to the Adult & Child CPR Anytime kit: • New universal skin tone manikin • Updated look and feel for box and other components
Q: Is there a written test that must be completed for Adult & Child CPR Anytime?
Q: Does successful completion of Adult & Child CPR Anytime result in an AHA course completion card?
A: No. However, a certificate of participation is available to print from the CPR.Heart.org website.
Q: Does Adult & Child CPR Anytime offer continuing education (CE/CME) credits?
Q: Approximately how long does Adult & Child CPR Anytime take to complete?
A: The modular format allows students to learn adult and CPR child CPR, and choking relief skills together or separately. The full kit, including all optional modules, takes about 40 minutes. Following are the approximate completion times for each module: • Adult Hands-Only CPR and AED awareness (required): approximately 14 minutes • Child CPR with breaths (optional): approximately 17 minutes • Child choking relief (optional): approximately 3 minutes • Adult choking relief (optional): approximately 3 minutes
Only agencies affiliated with an EMS emergency response or trauma services provider in the NCRETAC and want to distribute these kits in our community.
Application up to 10 kits per agency, distribution description required
Only agencies identified as providing emergency services or trauma care in the NCRETAC are authorized to apply for these kits