First Aid For Opioid Overdoses Online Course Vouchers

After completion of this course, participants/students, parents and caregivers will never have to live life with the thought of “What If”. “What If I had received Opioid education during Opioid Overdose Training for an Opioid Overdose?”, or push through life with the burden of thinking “If Only I Had Opioid education on What to do for an Opioid Overdose medical emergency”. Check the scene, Call for help by calling EMS for medical attention, and Care for the victim while medical help is on the way. Examples of some common opioids are Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and Oxycodone. The United States has a high Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and Oxycodone usage rate and it’s important to receive opioid education learn how to take care of a victim who is suffering from an opioid overdose due to Fentanyl, Hydrocodone or Oxycodone, and know what to do what to do in a medical emergency. This Opioid Overdose Training course will provide you with the knowledge for opioid overdose education and confidence you need to respond to a suspected opioid overdose medical emergency by identifying the signs and symptoms of a suspected overdose due to opioids (Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and Oxycodone). Participants will also learn during the Opioid Overdose Training course the appropriate steps to provide care based on the responsiveness of the person who is in a suspected overdose due to opiates such as Fentanyl, Hydrocodone or Oxycodone. Students will also receive opioid overdose education on how to use several different naloxone products (opioid blocker medication) such as a nasal atomizer, Narcan (an opioid blocker medication) and EVZIO (another opioid blocker medication). Since opioids like Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and oxycodone work on the opioid receptor, Narcan and EVIZO help to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose for said opioids such as Fentanyl, Hydrocodone or Oxycodone. Allow approximately 45 minutes to complete your Opioid Overdose Training course and you must pass a final quiz in order to complete the First Aid For Opioid Overdoses Online Course video. We must always remember to Check the scene, Call for help by calling EMS for the medical emergency, and Care for the victim while medical help is on the way. The CPR Doc would like to thank all of the participants who submitted feedback through the feedback form. The CPR Doc strives for excellence, and contributing feedback is aimed to increasing efficiency of the website so that we may better serve our participants.

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Remember to Check the scene, Call for help by calling EMS for the Opioid Overdose medical emergency and Care for the victim while medical help is on the way. First Aid for Opioid Overdoses does not meet OSHA requirements for the workplace. Please keep in mind that this course if for educational purposes for individuals who may be faced with a situation where a victim is suffering from an opioid overdose due to any opioid including Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, or Oxycodone needing to administer an opioid blocker medication.

Does the First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Course meet OSHA standards? No. This course is for educational purposes only for individuals who may be faced with a situation where a victim is suffering from an opioid overdose due to any opioid including Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, or Oxycodone needing to administer an opioid blocker medication.

After purchase the First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Course video voucher, how much time to I have to complete the class before the voucher expires? For all Non-OSHA classes, the courses start on the 1st of every month and end on the last day of every month at 12:00 am (midnight) EST (Eastern Standard Time). With this in mind, it is important to complete your course vouchers soon after purchase. As a general rule, with Non-OSHA certification issuing classes (excluding Babysitting Basics Online), students/participants will have 1 month to complete the online videos before the class ends and the student/participant will not be able to complete the course. Since each individual learns differently, if you feel that you will be unable to complete the course in the 1 month time frame, please feel free to request an individual voucher. Requesting an individual voucher gives more wiggle room and the end date can be extended easier than a class that has multiple participants.

If I do not complete my First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Course video in 1 month what happens? Classes start on the 1st of every month and end the last day of every month at 12:00 am (midnight) EST (Eastern Standard Time). If you purchase a course voucher by direct request and attempt to use the voucher after 1 month, the website will show that the voucher does not exist or is invalid and you will not be able to take the class. In the even that this happens, please send an email letting us know so that we may extend the vouchers time frame (please include the class ID in the email). After the end date is updated, you will receive an email confirming your voucher is valid and can be used. If you purchase a voucher directly from the website, without requesting a personal voucher, the class will close and the participant will not have access to the course. At this time an individual voucher will be issued for the participant so they may complete the online video.

What systems are required to complete the Babysitting Basics Online video course? A PC or Tablet with Active High-Speed Internet Connection is needed. Interestingly, Smartphones and Internet Explorer are not supported for this course. If you try it on any of the above systems and it works let us know!

If you have any other questions or concerns regarding vouchers, please feel free to contact us:

Don’t forget to take time and review all other online course vouchers available. In relation to our online course vouchers, remember to use code CPRDOC2021 at checkout to receive a 10% discount on your First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Video Course voucher. This offer ends 12/31/2021 and may be extended given the fact that the holiday season in coming up. Below are the instructions for participants who are interested in purchasing an online First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Video Course voucher with The CPR Doc.

To register for and access The American Red Cross online course:

If you are a new user, copy and paste URL provided after purchase of the First Aid for Opioid Overdoses Online Course online video voucher into your web browser and hit enter.

In the event that you already have an account in The Red Cross Learning Center, use your existing Red Cross Learning Center password. (If you do not see the email, check your junk/spam folders.)

  1. Enter your information in the student details login: First and last name of the student (required), Email address (required), Enter phone number
  2. Make sure to check your inbox. The American Red Cross will send you an email, so make sure to check your inbox. Click the link provided in the email. You will then need to enter your Username (provided in the email) and password.
  3. Once in the Red Cross Learning Center, the class(es) you are taking will show on the Home page. Click the launch button to get started on your First Aid for Opioid Overdoses online course video.

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