CPR & First Aid in Youth Sports™ Training Kit
The American Heart Association wants youth sports coaches, parents and athletes to know how to help in an emergency--both on and off the field. The easy-to-use CPR & First Aid in Youth Sports Training Kit is designed for youth coaches to ensure they and their community know the lifesaving skills of CPR, how to use an AED, and how to help during sports related emergencies.
The course is designed to be completely self-facilitated, with no additional training required for the trainer. During the training session, CPR and first aid skills are taught using the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique. The portable kit contains everything needed to train 10 to 20 people at once in CPR & sports related injury first aid.
Be prepared to act in a sports emergency. Learn CPR and first aid today.
CPR & First Aid in Youth Sports topics include:
- Hands-Only CPR and AED for Teens and Adults
- Adult CPR with Breaths
- Choking in Adults
- Child CPR and AED
- Choking in Children
- Sports injury related first aid:
- Dehydration Heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke
- Overuse injuries
- Bone break
CPR & First Aid in Youth Sports Training Kit includes:
One day while playing in his backyard, a Lacrosse ball hit Justin in the chest in the exact location, at the exact millisecond of his heart’s rhythm, to send his heart into a fatal rhythm. This is a condition known as commotio cordis, a type of cardiac arrest. Thankfully, Justin’s friends and family acted quickly instead of freezing in fear.
Training Kit Information
Developed by the American Heart Association, the trusted leader in heart health and education, this kit incorporates the very latest science. Students practice on a manikin while watching skills performed correctly on the DVD, a research-proven practice-while-watching technique to learn and retain lifesaving CPR skills.
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