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Welcome to Key Medical Resources, Inc.  We value your learning experience as personalized, simplified and supportive!  With our programs and professional team, our goal is that you leave our classes better than you arrived!

Text and email are wonderful ways to reach us.

Katie Welllins 909-855-5300, katiewellins@msn.com for BLS and Assualt Response Programs

Terry Rudd 951-520-3116, educate100@aol.com for all other programs

Sharmaine Torres 909-980-0126, kmr@keymedinfo.com for Administrative Support and class verification

Course Name:

ACLS PROVIDER (FIRST TIME)

Price:

$200.00 for class

$45 for the current ACLS 2015 Guidelines book if you do not have.

KPASS/Contract Price:

$15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines.

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

Book:

$45.00 (sales tax included) for book (May purchase at the door) or at www.channing-bete.com ACLS Provider Manual  Item: 15-1005

Contact Hours:

12.0 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Self-Assessment:

ACLS, Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment completion of 70% to show day of class (www.heart.org/eccstudent)   Code:  ACLS15

Description:

The ACLS provider course builds on the foundation of lifesaving Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. This advanced course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology. Skills are taught in large-group sessions and small-group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

To be successful in any ACLS course, students must be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the ACLS course materials and complete a pre-course self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

     Students need to successfully complete:

  • skills competency in all learning stations
  • pass the high-quality BLS skills test
  • pass the bag-mask ventilation with OPA/NPA insertion skills test
  • pass the Mega code test
  • pass the ACLS exam with a score of 84% or higher.

Student:

Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course.         

Resources:

www.cprclassroom.com - Download ACLS Helpful Hints.

Textbook: Page ii or (www.heart.org/eccstudent) Code: ACLS15

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

 

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.kmreducation.com. Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

BLS Add on - A choice to complete your BLS on the same day as ACLS Update/Renewal.  This will take approxiamately 1.5 hours more and will add an extra $25 to the cost.  For K-Pass, Contract personnel an extra $10 for the card.

Course Name:

ACLS UPDATE/RENEWAL  2015 GUIDELINES  Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Price:

$150.00 for class

$45 for the current ACLS 2015 Guidelines book if you do not have.

Kpass/Contract Price:

$15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines.

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

SARH Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay.

 

Book:

$45.00 (sales tax included) for book (May purchase at the door) or at www.channing-bete.com ACLS Provider Manual  Item: 15-1005

Contact Hours:

6, 6.5, 7 OR 8 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 

If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.

Self-Assessment:

ACLS, Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment completion of 70% to show day of class (www.heart.org/eccstudent)   Code:  ACLS15

Description:

The ACLS provider course builds on the foundation of lifesaving Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. This advanced course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology. Skills are taught in large-group sessions and small-group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

To be successful in any ACLS course, students must be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the ACLS course materials and complete a pre-course self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

     Students need to successfully complete:

  • skills competency in all learning stations
  • pass the high-quality BLS skills test
  • pass the bag-mask ventilation with OPA/NPA insertion skills test
  • pass the Mega code test
  • pass the ACLS exam with a score of 84% or higher.

Student:

Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course.         

Resources:

www.cprclassroom.com - Download ACLS Helpful Hints.

 

NOTE:

-Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

-No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

-The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

Do you want to complete your BLS/CPR Renewal on the same day?

The BLS provider class is offered on the same day, after the ACLS class and takes an additional 1.5-2 hours.  This is only available when scheduled separately.  Does not apply to all ACLS Update courses.  See Registration

-Please register separately

-Only offered for persons taking ACLS update the same day.  Some ACLS Update courses do not offer same day BLS.

 

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.kmreducation.com. Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

BLS Add on - A choice to complete your BLS on the same day as ACLS Update/Renewal.  This will take approxiamately 1.5 hours more and will add an extra $25 to the cost.  For K-Pass, Contract personnel an extra $10 for the card.

Course Name:

ACLS UPDATE/RENEWAL  2015 GUIDELINES  Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment  no BLS add on after for this date

Price:

$150.00 for class

$45 for the current ACLS 2015 Guidelines book if you do not have.

Passport/Contract Price:

$15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines.

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

SARH Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay.

 

Book:

$45.00 (sales tax included) for book (May purchase at the door) or at www.channing-bete.com ACLS Provider Manual  Item: 15-1005

Contact Hours:

6, 6.5, 7 OR 8 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 

If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.

Self-Assessment:

ACLS, Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment completion of 70% to show day of class (www.heart.org/eccstudent)   Code:  ACLS15

Description:

The ACLS provider course builds on the foundation of lifesaving Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. This advanced course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology. Skills are taught in large-group sessions and small-group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

To be successful in any ACLS course, students must be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the ACLS course materials and complete a pre-course self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

     Students need to successfully complete:

  • skills competency in all learning stations
  • pass the high-quality BLS skills test
  • pass the bag-mask ventilation with OPA/NPA insertion skills test
  • pass the Mega code test
  • pass the ACLS exam with a score of 84% or higher.

Student:

Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course.         

Resources:

www.cprclassroom.com - Download ACLS Helpful Hints.

 

NOTE:

-Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

-No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

-The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

 

 

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com. Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

Course Name:

ACLS-EP ACLS for the Experienced Provider (An ACLS Update/Renew Option) Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment

Price:

$150.00 for class

KPASS/Contract Price:

$15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines.

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

Book:

$80.00 (sales tax included) for book (May purchase at the door) or

ACLS For Experienced Providers (ACLS EP) Manual And Resource Text Item: 15-1064   2015 Guideline

Contact Hours:

6 or 8 hours depending on the format. California BRN CEP# 15122,

California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 

 

EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class. A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course. 

Self-Assessment:

ACLS, Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment completion of 70% to show day of class (www.heart.org/eccstudent)   Code:  ACLS15

Description:

The goal of the ACLS EP Course is to improve outcomes in complex cardiovascular, respiratory and other (eg, metabolic, toxicologic) emergencies by expanding on core ACLS guidelines and encouraging critical thinking and decision-making strategies. Through instruction and active participation in case-based scenarios, learners enhance their skills in the differential diagnosis and treatment of prearrest, arrest and postarrest patients. ACLS EP is designed for team leaders who manage complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other emergencies. This course emphasizes critical thinking and critical decision making skills. The primary audience for ACLS EP is physicians, paramedics, and emergency department or critical care nurses.

 

Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course.   Each student must have the current textbook for the course

Student:

  1. Complete mandatory PRECOURSE SELF-ASSESSMENT at 70% AND bring to the class.

Textbook: Page ii (www.heart.org/eccstudent) Code: ACLS15

  1. Review and understand the information in your ACLS EP Manual. If you have the Manual.

(Books will be available for purchase at the door)

  1. The resuscitation scenarios require that you use current BLS and ACLS skills and knowledge. You will be tested on your 1-rescuer adult CPR and AED skills, bag-mask ventilation skills (OPA and NPA included), and Megacode skills at the beginning of the ACLS EP Course.  
  2. The exam is open resource and will be done at the beginning of the course.  

Resources:

www.cprclassroom.com- Download ACLS Helpful Hints.

Textbook: Page ii or (www.heart.org/eccstudent) Code: ACLS15

NOTE:

-Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

-No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

-The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

Do you want to complete your BLS/CPR Renewal on the same day?

For 8 hour classes offered during an extended lunch for $25.00 ($10.00 for passport or contract employees) and no separate registration required.

 

 

AHA Instructor Update 2019 

Held at Rancho Cucamonga Fire Dept  11239 Jersey Blvd Conference Center

Program will include:

1.  AHA Update to Date

2.  Provider card requirments for each discipline (please note the instructor card superces the provider card)

     Renewal of instructor card requires completion of provider course exam and skills.

     a.  Take provider exam

     b.  Test provider skills

     c.  Have a monitoring form completed for teaching skills at the update

3.  Update your AHA Instructor Profile  (bring log in and password)

4.  Continuing education certificate will be provided for Board of Registered Nursing and EMS Providers

5.  Complete Instructor/Training Center Facultly Renewal Checklist.  Checklist items that will be included in the update:

     a.  Instructor/TCF monitoring

     b.  Instructor/TCF update attended

     c.  ECC Leadership Code of Conduct Reveiw

     d.  AHA Statement of Conflict of Interest Review

     e.  Proficiency in provider-level skills

     f.  Completion of provider and instructor updates

Costs:

1.  Key Medical Resources Inc. as Primary Training Center    $15 per instructor card (no fee if card expires after January 2020)

2.  If any individuals require provider cards in addition to instructor cards:  $10 BLS,  $15 each ACLS, PALS, ACLS-EP

3.  SARH and RCFD verify with your Training Center Coordinator  No charge for update

4.  Other training center persons $75  - verify with your Training Center Coordinator before registering and/or attending

     Provider card fees if requested will apply.  $10 BLS,  $15 each ACLS, PALS, ACLS-EP

 

Bring to the Update the following:

1.  Completed precourse assessment for ACLS and PALS

2.  AHA Instructor network sign on and password

3.  Current instructor cards or copies

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES (ABG), TRACHEOSTOMY CARE AND VENTILATORS AND RAPID RESPONSE, CODE BLUE

Price:

$80.00 for class

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

$10.00 for Materials

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

Contact Hours:

8 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Description:

This program will provide a simplified approach to Arterial blood gas (ABG), Tracheostomy Care, and Ventilators. This course is intended for medical personnel such as respiratory therapists, nursing personnel, students in these programs and to anyone who is interested in learning. 

The program will also cover rapid response and code blue.

 

The Arterial Blood Gas (ABG), Tracheostomy care, and Ventilators course will:

  • Review of respiratory anatomy and physiology
  • Provide a simplified approach to analyze ABGs
  • ABGs in relation to ventilator
  • Explain tracheostomy, types of cannulas used in tracheostomy and managing care of tracheostomy.
  • Discuss Ventilator modes and purpose of modes
  • Provide approach to managing care with patients on ventilator
  • Overview of Rapid Response
  • Code blue
  • Interventions for Rapid Response, Code Blue with simulated scenarios.

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

 

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

ASSAULT RESPONSE COMPETENCY - ARC (AB 508) / SB 1299 8 Hours***

 FIRST TIME  (Appropriate for all healthcare personnel) 

C.N.A. Approved NAC #1046 8.0 Hours Until November 30, 2019

Please note:  Mission Community Hospital Employees must take MAB assault response.  The hospital will not honor this course. 

 

Price:

$80.00 for class and materials.

K-PASS/Contract Price:

K-PASS and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

  • 8 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

 

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 This eight hour class will include the following:  General safety measures, personal safety measures, the assault cycle, characteristics of aggressive and violent patients, strategies to avoid physical harm, and restraining techniques.  Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing.  Hands-on techniques are included.  Please consult your facility policy to verify that this is the course that is needed. .   

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • CNAs Approved CDPH NAC#1046 until November 30, 2019
  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course.
  • Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

  

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

ALERT:  Check with your Human Resources Department or Manager about the number of hours required for your facility.

 Course: ASSAULT RESPONSE COMPETENCY (ARC) SB 1299/AB508  2018 4.0 HOURS*** (Appropriate for all healthcare personnel)   CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046 

 PLEASE NOTE:  Mission Community Hospital Employees must take MAB assault response.  The hospital will not honor this course. 

  • Description: This class will include the following:  General safety measures, personal safety measures, the assault cycle, characteristics of aggressive and violent patients, strategies to avoid physical harm, and restraining techniques.  Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing.  Hands-on techniques are included.  Please consult your facility policy to verify that this is the course that is needed. Program covers the necessary components for AB508 and SB1299 Laws.    
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  Students must sign a special roster from Calilfornia EMS. 
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?   Text, Call or Email Katie Wellins: katiewellins@msn.com or (909) 855-5300.  Texting or emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Key Medical Resources (909) 980-0126, kmr@keymedinfo.com.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)            
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

REGISTER at www.kmreducation.com

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

ALERT:  Check with your Human Department or Manager about the numbers of hours required for your facility.

 Course: **AB508  ASSAULT RESPONSE TRAINING PROVIDER  4 HOURS*** (Appropriate for all healthcare personnel) CNA/HHA Appropriate

PLEASE NOTE:  Mission Community Hospital Employees must take MAB assault response.  The hospital will not honor this course. 

Course Name:

Assault Response Competency 4.0 hours AB508/SB1299***   THIS CLASS IS SCHEDULED 6 am to 10 am in the MORNING

Price:

$40.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

$10 for book.

Contact Hours:

4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Description:

This four hour class will include the following:  General safety measures, personal safety measures, the assault cycle, characteristics of aggressive and violent patients, strategies to avoid physical harm, and restraining techniques.  Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing.  Hands-on techniques are included.  Please consult your facility policy to verify that this is the course that is needed. .   .   

Self-Assessment:

N/A 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Text, Call or Email Katie Wellins: katiewellins@msn.com or (909) 855-5300

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com  ,  (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.kmreducation.com  Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

    

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

 Course: **AB508  ASSAULT RESPONSE TRAINING / SB 1299  UPDATE/RENEWAL (Appropriate for all healthcare personnel) 

C.N.A./HHA  Approved NAC #1046

 PLEASE NOTE:  Mission Community Hospital Employees must take MAB assault response.  The hospital will not honor this course. 

  • Description: This two hour class will include the following:  General safety measures, personal safety measures, the assault cycle, characteristics of aggressive and violent patients, strategies to avoid physical harm, and restraining techniques.  Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing.  Hands-on techniques are included.  Please consult your facility policy to verify that this is the course that is needed. .     
  • Contact Hours: 2 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $20.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?   Text, Call or Email Katie Wellins: katiewellins@msn.com or (909) 855-5300.  Texting or emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Key Medical Resources (909) 980-0126, kmr@keymedinfo.com.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)            
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

The Blood Withdrawal Certification for Psychiatric Technicians is a 16.0 hour course approved by the State of California BVNPT.  Course # B-1014  Theory and clinical components will be completed in the course. 

  1. Hours and Content.

 Courses in blood withdrawal must offer a minimum of sixteen hours of instruction that include ten (10) hours of theory and six (6) hours of clinical experience. Additionally, each student must complete a minimum of five (5) individually supervised successful venipunctures and at least three (3) individually supervised skin punctures (capillary blood withdrawals) on live human subjects.

 Theory content will include::

    1. Requirements in the Business and Professions Code, Section 4502.2
    2. Psychological preparation of the patient
    3. Universal precautions for infection control
    4. Blood withdrawal
    5. Anatomy and physiology pertinent to peripheral venous blood withdrawal
    6. Specimen handling
      1. Container and preservative selection
      2. Amount of specimen required
      3. Test requirements, including, but not limited to, acceptable time periods from specimen collection to laboratory processing, temperature requirements, and effect of container motion
      4. Patient and specimen container identification techniques
    7. Selection of appropriate equipments
      1. Lancet
      2. Syringe
      3. Vacuum tube
      4. Needle
      5. Safety measures related to equipment
    8. Methods of blood withdrawal
      1. Capillary blood withdrawal
      2. Venipuncture
    9. Withdrawal site
      1. Selection
      2. Preparation
      3. Technique (including safety measures to protect patients and staff
      4. Post-procedure care
    10. Sterile technique
    11. Universal standard precautions for infection control
    12. Possible complications
    13. Psychological preparation of the patient

 Clinical content will include, but not limited to:

 Preparation of equipment for blood withdrawal

  1. Safety factors
  2. Choice of withdrawal site
  3. Choice of device for blood withdrawal
  4. Techniques of venipuncture
  5. Skin puncture practice – must include instruction in:
    1. Preparation of site
    2. Preparation of equipment
  6. At least 5 individually spervised venipunctures on live human subjects
  7. At least 3 individually supervised capillary blood withdrawals on live human subjects
  8. Standare/Universal precautions for infection control

Issue of Certificate of Completion:

  1. Providers should not issue certificates until the licensee has completed the entire course, including all theory and clinical practice.
  2. Providers should not issue certificates until the participant holds a valid psychiatric technician license.
  3. A psychiatric technician is deemed to be Board-certified in blood withdrawal upon written notification from the Board.
  4. Should licensure be obtained after course completion, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the provider upon receipt of licensure and request submission of the required certificate to the Board.

 *** This course meets for 2 Days

*** Note: You are registering for one day above, but you are expected to attend full course!
 
Psychiatric Technician students may take the course before completion of their program.  Please note that course completion will not be sent to the BVNPT until you have passed your licensure exam and been granted a license.  It will be the participant's responsibility to notify Key Medical Resources once the Psychiatric Technician license has been granted. 
 
Course fee:  $175.00    Includes handouts, notebook and all materials.Student and new grad discount does not apply for this class.
Additonal Fees to BVNPT:  Once you are licensed your application will be sent to the Board.  the BVNP requires additonal fees with this application: 

Additional Fee Attach a check or money order in the amount of $20.00, payable to “BVNPT”. This is a nonrefundable fee which covers the cost of processing your application. DO NOT SEND CASH. Please note that the participant will send this only after the course is completed, licensed and with the application.  Do not send ahead. 

Contract Employees and Key Med Passport $80.00 for handouts, notebook and materials
 

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

This course is ONLY available after same day ACLS Update.  This may not be taken as a stand alone course.  Participants taking first time ACLS MAY NOT use this option at an ACLS First Time Course

 

 Course Fee:  $25.   Contract and Passport Holders $10 for the Card.  Please note:  SARH employees will not need to pay for the card.  The hospital will be invoiced.  

 

ACLS Instructor Manuarl 2015 Guidelines Page 7 - BLS Provider Course Completion Card - If a BLS Provider card is to be issued, a BLS instructor must complete the 2-resucer skills testing checklist, skills testing of infant and exam.   The addition of testig for BLS skills and exam will add time to the ACLS Course.  

This course is ONLY available after same day PALS Update.  This may not be taken as a stand alone course.  Participants taking first time PALS MAY NOT use this option at a PALS Frist time Course

 Course Fee:  $25.   Contract and Passport Holders $10 for the Card.  Please note:  SARH employees will not need to pay for the card.  The hospital will be invoiced.  

PALS Instructor Manual 2015 Guidelines Page 8:  BLS Provider Course Completion Card with PALS - If A BLS Provider card is to be issued, a BLS Instructor completes the skills testing checklists and the exam.  The addition of BLS skills and exam will add time to the PALS course.  

 

 

Basic Life Support (BLS) - 

 C.N.A./HHA  Approved NAC #1046 for 4.0 hours.  

Disclaimer:  Although BLS and ACLS may be scheduled on the same day, if your facility pays for your time, you may not have approval to take both courses the same day as this may incur overtime.  Check with your manager and/or Human Resources to verity.  Key Medical Resources, Inc. has no authority to determine if you may be paid for your time in class. 

eBook Edition: Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual

Item: 15-3102

Format: EBook

Audience: Student

Unit Price: $13.25  (Add Sales Tax, no shipping)      In Class Book $15 (Sales Tax and Shipping Included

Description: Basic Life Support (BLS) is the foundation for saving lives after cardiac arrest. This video-based, Instructor-led course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both in-facility and prehospital settings. This course is designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills.

After successfully completing the BLS course, students should be able to:

  • describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival
  • describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival and apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival
  • recognize the signs of someone needing CPR
  • perform high-quality CPR on adults, children, and infants
  • describe the importance of early AED use and demonstrate using one
  • provide effective ventilations with a barrier device
  • describe the importance of teams in multirescuer resuscitation and perform as an effective team member during multirescuer CPR
  • describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants.

BLS training is intended for healthcare professionals (certified or noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed), including:

  • physicians
  • nurses
  • paramedics
  • emergency medical technicians
  • respiratory, physical, and occupational therapists
  • physician's assistants
  • residents or fellows
  • medical or nursing students in training
  • aides, medical or nursing assistants, and other allied health personnel

In addition, BLS training can be appropriate for first responders, such as police officers and firefighters, as well as for laypeople whose work brings them into contact with members of the public, such as school, fitness center, or hotel and restaurant employees.

Students must pass a written exam and skills test in order to qualify for a BLS Course and receive aCompletion Card.                                          

Contact Hours:  C.N.A./HHA  Approved NAC #1046    Course length for the classroom-based course is approximately 4 hours.

Course fee:  $65 includes book.  $50 if you already have the book..  ( Sales tax included ) Book is required to attend course.  Contract Employees: Co-pay for card $10 and the $15 ( sales tax included ) for the book if you do not have with you at the class. Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. Please note:  SARH Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay. 

Required Book:  Available at class for purchase:  $15.00 ( sales tax included )   Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual   Item: 15-1010   Also available online at www.channing-bete.com  ($13.25 taxes and shipping may apply)

Students may also arrive to class with the eBook Edition: Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual  Item: 15-3102   available online at www.channing-bete.com  ($13.25 taxes and shipping may apply)

Each student must have the current book in hand before, during and after the class. No sharing of books per AHA 

Questions?   Text, Call or Email Katie Wellins: katiewellins@msn.com or (909) 855-5300.  Texting or emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Key Medical Resources (909) 980-0126, kmr@keymedinfo.com. Payment at the door (check, cash or credit card)                                                                                                    

Location:  Please see Class Locations with registsration at www.cprclasssroom.com

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

BLS/CPR - in Spanish BASIC LIFE SUPPORT PROVIDER 2015 GUIDELINES 4-5 hours*** (Provider and Renewal are same course)

Price:

$65.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $25 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

$15 for book and $10 for card

Contact Hours:

 

Description:

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Self-Assessment:

 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

 Please note:  CNAs are only eligible for continuing education for the full Provider course (4.0 hours)  This course does not have Continuing Education for CNAs

Disclairer:  Although BLS and ACLS or PALS may be scheduled on the same day, if your facility pays for your time, you may not have approval to take both courses the same day as this may incur overtime.  Check with your manager and/or Human Resources to verity.  Key Medical Resources, Inc. has no authority to determine if you may be paid for your time in class. 

eBook Edition: Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual

Item: 15-3102

Format: EBook

Audience: Student

Unit Price: $13.25  (Add Sales Tax, no shipping)      In Class Book $15 (Sales Tax and Shipping Included

 

Contact Hours:  No Contact Hours for this course.   Course length for the classroom-based course is approximately 3 hours.

Course fee:  $65 includes book.  $50 if you already have the book..  ( Sales tax included ) Book is required to attend course.  Contract Employees: Co-pay for card $10 and the $15 ( sales tax included ) for the book if you do not have with you at the class. Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. Please note:  SARH and HPMC Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay. 

Required Book:  Available at class for purchase:  $15.00 ( sales tax included )   Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual   Item: 15-1010   Also available online at www.channing-bete.com  ($13.25 taxes and shipping may apply)

Students may also arrive to class with the eBook Edition: Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Manual  Item: 15-3102   available online at www.channing-bete.com  ($13.25 taxes and shipping may apply)

Each student must have the current book in hand before, during and after the class. No sharing of books per AHA 

Questions?   Text, Call or Email Katie Wellins: katiewellins@msn.com or (909) 855-5300.  Texting or emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Key Medical Resources (909) 980-0126, kmr@keymedinfo.com. Payment at the door (check, cash or credit card)                                                                                                    

Location:  Please see Class Locations with registsration at www.cprclasssroom.com

 

Course Overview

This video-based, Instructor-led course features accelerated content that is designed for learners with existing BLS knowledge, allowing for time efficiency while teaching both single-rescuer and team BLS skills for application in both in-facility and prehospital settings. This course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations, and provide early use of an AED. It includes adult, child, and infant rescue techniques.

BLS teaches skills using AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which allows Instructors to observe students, provide feedback, and guide students’ acquisition of skills. The course uses a recommended ratio of 6 students to 2 manikins to 1 instructor.

After successfully completing the BLS Renewal Course, students should be able to:

  • describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival
  • describe all the steps of the Chain of Survival
  • apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival
  • recognize the signs of someone needing CPR
  • perform high-quality CPR for an adult
  • describe the importance of early use of an AED
  • demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED
  • provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device
  • perform high-quality CPR for a child
  • perform high-quality CPR for an infant
  • describe the importance of teams in multirescuer resuscitation
  • perform as an effective team member during multirescuer CPR
  • describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child
  • describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant.

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

STATE BOARD REVIEW NCLEX VN/PN, RN, PSYCH TECH -

Price:

$90.00 for class and materials

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $15.00 materials. 

Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course.

Book/ Materials:

 Handouts will be distributed in class.  No book is required, however it is recommended that students purchase and NCLEX Book and review.

$15.00 CHARGE for materials only  FOR PERSONS WHO ARE TAKING IV/BLOOD WITHDRAWAL VN, BLOODWITHDRAWAL PSYCH TECH

Contact Hours:

 6.0 Hour Course.  No Contact Hours are provided for this course.  A certificate of attendance and completion will be given.  

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 This course will provide the learner with a comprehensive overview to prepare for the NCLEX-VN and NCLEX-RN, or Psych Tech State Board Exam.  Includes test-taking strategies, body systems approach, lab values, assessment, case scenarios and practice questions.  One day will emphasize nursing concepts and review of others..    

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.
  • *Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

Please scroll to the bottom of the course description to register.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

 

CARDIAC DYSRHYTHMIAS and THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES 12 HOURS - ALL MAY ATTEND - CNAs may attend for a certificate but cannot get continuing education hours.  

 

Price:

$100.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $15 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

 

12.0 California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at the class.  If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  Students must sign a special roster from Calilfornia EMS. A separate EMS roster will be required for each class date.  

CNAs may attend for a certificate but cannot get continuing education hours.  

Self-Assessment:

 N/A

Description:

This course is intended to review aspects of Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias.  Anatomy and physiology of the heart as well as hemodynamic implications will be discussed.  The class will cover rhythms, EKG interpretation including Sinus, Atrial, Junctional, Heart Blocks and Ventricular rhythms.  A pacemaker overview and clinical interventions will be included.  Please review cardiac anatomy and physiology before coming to the course

Advantages

  • Dynamic, interactive program
  • Good class for Monitor Techs and those wanting to learn dysrhythmias.
  • Course information needed before taking ACLS or PALS
  • No textbook required

Competency exam will be given at the end of the course.  Exam must be passed at 75% to receive a certificate.

 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

Course Name:

CCRN and PCCN REVIEW

Price:

$250.00 course fee for class and notebook. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $35 for Notebook  $45 for book or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

A required notebook for $35.00 will be provided the day of the course.   Required Book: $45.00 Adult CCRN Exam Secrets Study Guide.  Mometrix Test Preparation.  ISBN 978-1-60971-270-9  Cost subject to change.

Contact Hours:

16.0 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class

Self-Assessment:

 N/A

Description:

These courses are designed to help you prepare for your certification exams.  Programs will include test-taking strategies, exam specific content and practice questions.  Each course has a required textbook and notebook.  All textbooks are through Mometrix Test Preparation which helps the participant prepare for the AACN Adult CCRN and PCCN exam.  Overview of body systems, exam approach and practice questions with rationale will be included.  

Adult CCRN Critical Care Registered Nursing certification and PCCN preparation is for nurses providing direct bedside care to acutely and/or critically ill adult patients. Nurses interested in this certification may work in specialty areas such as intensive care units, cardiac care units, combined ICU/CCUs, medical/surgical ICUs, trauma units or critical care transport/flight.  PCCN is geared for those working in monitored units.  Those taking the exam will need to meet eligibiity requirements and pay for the exam.  See aacn.org

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Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

 

Course Name:

This is a combination class 

CNA Workshop: Observation, Skills Reporting (4 hours)*** and Skin and Wound Considerations for the Patient (2 hours)*** and Vital Signs - Taking and Reporting Vital Signs Accurately (2 hours)***

Price:

 $80.00

Passport/Contract Price:

 $20.00

Book:

 No book. Handouts will be distributed in class.

Contact Hours:

8.0 Total.  Be sure to enter each class separately on your log sheet. Contact Hours only for CNAs, HHAs.  No hours for RN, RCP or others

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 This course will overview topics relevant to CNAs.  The program is hepful for licensed staff also to help implement protocols and procedures to provide better care from the health care team.  The program will cover patient observations, update skills and appropriate methods for reporting.  The second session will cover iskin and wound considerations for the patient.  The third session will include Vital Signs Taking and reporting.   

This is a combination class.  3 separate certificates will be given.  All 3 classes are approved by CDPH for CNA/HHA NAC#1046

Student:

20% Student discount for this class.  

Resources:

 

NOTE:


  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

At Key Medical we have a heart for saving lives. Many people don't know how to respond, or how to recognize if someone needs CPR. Being able to respond immediately is the key to survival and quality of life.

Our instructor Christina wants you to have Peace of Mind and Heart. She will be instructing on how to respond when there is an adult, child or infant that goes unresponsive.

Please come, and invite family and friends. All ages are welcome! It is free, informative, and fun!

 

 

Course    Name : Critical Care A Lab Values with Integrated Assessment and Medications (Single day Critical Care Topic A)
Price : $60.00 Course fee.  Includes materials.
K-Pass / Contract Price : $ 10 for materials
Book / Materials : $ 10 for materials
Contact Hours : 6.0  Hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 
Self - Assessment N/ A
Description :

Course Overview

Introduction to Critical Care, Legalities and Professional Organizations

Patient and Family Considerations, Nutritional Support, Lab Values, Blood

Products, Hematological and Immune Disorders, Case Scenario.

Student: Requirements for Completion:

Resources/ FAQ :

 Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126. 

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response. 

All payment taken at the door ( check, cash or credit) 

Note :

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

Course Name:    

Critical Care B Cardiovascular, Hemodynamics (Single day Critical Care Topic B)

Price:

$ 60.00 course fee includes materials.

K-Pass/ Contract  Price:

$10.00 for materials or per facility guidelines.

Book / Materials:

$10.00

Contact Hours:

6.0 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Self-Assessment:

N/A

Description:

Cardiovascular Session

Cardiovascular Structure and Function, Disorders of the Cardiovascular System, M.I., CHF, Hypertension, Hemodynamic Monitoring

Student:

Course Completion Requirements :      

Resources:

 

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

 Course: Critical Care Boot Camp and CCRN Preparation Overview (Optional Last Hour)

  • Description:

    This program is intended to provide a 1-day overview of major themes for Critical Care.  This is a good course for those already working in critical care to review points of lab values, hemodynamics, stroke, ABGs and ventilators. This course is also designed to help you prepare for your CCRN Certification Exam.  The course provides a BRIDGE from critical care experience or a recent critical care class to help prepare you for the CCRN Certification Exam.  Program will include test-taking strategies, exam specific content and practice questions.  Each course has a required textbook and notebook.  All textbooks are through Mometrix Test Preparation which helps the participant prepare for the AACN Adult CCRN exam.  Overview of body systems, exam approach and practice questions with rationale will be included.  

    Adult CCRN Critical Care Registered Nursing certification preparation is for nurses providing direct bedside care to acutely and/or critically ill adult patients. Nurses interested in this certification may work in specialty areas such as intensive care units, cardiac care units, combined ICU/CCUs, medical/surgical ICUs, trauma units or critical care transport/flight.  Those taking the exam will need to meet eligibiity requirements and pay for the exam.  See aacn.org

  • Contact Hours: 6.0 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

  • If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  Students must sign a special roster from Calilfornia EMS. 
  • Boot Camp Handouts will be distributed in class Boot Camp Handout. CCRN Review Book: $45.00 Adult CCRN Exam Secrets Study Guide.  Mometrix Test Preparation.  ISBN 978-1-60971-270-9  Cost subject to change. An extensive CCRN Review Notebook will also be available for purchase.    
  • Course fee: $100 for class and Boot Camp Handouts.  Optional: $45.00 for the Mometrix CCRN Review textbook. Optional:  $35 for CCRN Course Handouts and Practice Tests.  Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $20 for Boot Camp Handouts.  Textbooks and CCRN Course handouts optional.  Mometrix CCRN text $45.00.  CCRN Course Handouts and Practice tests $35.00.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?   Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

    

Course Name:

Critical Care C Sepsis, Code Blue, Rapid Response, IV Drugs and GI System  (Single day Critical Care Topic C)

Price:

$60.00 course fee. Includes materials.

Passport/Contract Price:

$10.00 co-pay for materials

Book / Materials:

 $10.00

Contact Hours:

6.0 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Self-Assessment:

N/A

Description:

IV, Code, Multisystem, GI Session

IV Drug Calculations,Code Blue, Rapid Response, Multisystem, Gastrointestinal System

Student:

      

Resources:

 

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

 

Course Name:

Critical Care D  Respiratory, ABGs, Ventilators, Tracheostomy Care (Single day Critical Care Topic D)

 

Price:

$60.00 course fee. Includes materials.

Passport/Contract Price:

$10.00 co-pa for materials.

Book / Materials:

 $10.00 

Contact Hours:

6.0 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Self-Assessment:

 

 

Description:

Respiratory Structure and Function

Arterial Blood Gases, COPD, ALI, ARDS,

Ventilators

Student:

    

Resources:

 

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

 

Course Name:

 Critical Care E Neurological, Endocrine, Renal Overview and Chest Tubes (Single day Critical Care Topic E)

 

Price:

 $60.00 course fee. Includes materials.

Passport/Contract Price:

$10.00 co-pay for materials

Book / Materials:

  $10.00

Contact Hours:

6.0 hours.  California BRN CEP# 15122 

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 Nervous System, Acute Renal Failure, Endocrine System, and Chest Tubes.

Student:

 

Resources:

 

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

Critical Care Nursing

Price:

   $345   Textbook $55 after 9.2018  May be less online (Sales Tax Included) Course Notebook $35   $425.00 for class and notebook and textbook.  

Kpass/Contract Price:

Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $35 for Materials and $45 (Sales Tax Included) for the textbook or per facility guidelines. 25% Student and new grad discount on the course fee.

Book/ Materials:

Critical Care Made Incredibly Easy  , 4th Edition, ISBN 13:978-1-4963-0693-7   Included in course fee.  $45.00 will be deducted from the fee if participant has the book in hand.  Other will pay $55 for book after 9.2018.  May be less online.

Required Notebook: $35.00 Key Medical Resources Course Handouts, will be provided at the first class meeting. Includes handouts, power points, homework, practice exam. 

Contact Hours:

   36 hours  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 This course is designed to help course participants succeed in obtaining the knowledge and skills needed for basic Critical Care Nursing.  A pathophysiology approach will be utilized to emphasize concepts for cardiovascular and pulmonary disorders.  Full sections on hemodynamic monitoring and ventilators will be included.  The program will also cover neurology, renal, and endocrine systems as well as case studies.  Requirements for Completion:  Homework, practice exam, attendance at all 6 sessions, and successful completion of exam are required for certificate.  Each student must have the current textbook and notebook as there are homework assignments that require these resources.

First Session Course Overview

Introduction to Critical Care, Legalities and Professional Organizations

Patient and Family Considerations, Nutritional Support, Lab Values, Blood Products, Hematological and Immune Disorders, Case Scenario.

Cardiovascular Session

Cardiovascular Structure and Function, Disorders of the Cardiovascular System, M.I., CHF, Hypertension, Hemodynamic Monitoring

IV, Code, Multisystem, GI Session

IV Drug Calculations,Code Blue, Rapid Response, Multisystem, Gastrointestinal System

Respiratory Session

Respiratory Structure and Function, Arterial Blood Gases, Ventilators

Systems and Chest Tube Session

Nervous System, Acute Renal Failure, Endocrine System, Chest Tubes

Last Session

Exam – 150 Questions, Code Management and Rapid Response, Case Scenarios

Homework and practice exam are turned in on week 5.

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course (6 sessions) must be attended to receive a certificate. If a participant misses one session the missed session may be made up at a future class.

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

Course:

***CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN HEALTHCARE  Approved for CNA/HHA NAC#1046

C.N.A. Appropriate

  • Description: This course will overview culture in healthcare. Work on the steps to becoming culturally competent. We are a wonderfully, culturally diverse community. Learn about different cultures, hospital culture, and how you can help with better care and interaction with patients and co-workers.
  • Certificate: Cultural Diversity in Healthcare. 2.0 Contact hours
  • Contact Hours: 2 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $20.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials, or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course.
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • LocationPlease see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

Self-Study Modules – Module are downloaded from www.cprclassroom.com – Self Study Tab

Please Note:  C.N.A.s may utilize modules on the “Obtain your CEU Online” tab under registration only.  C.N.A.s must have a self-graded test online. 

 

Title:

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN NURSING EDUCATION

Contact Hours:

30.0 BRN CEP 15122

 

Course fee:

$75   No fee for contract employees/KM passport

Textbook Cost

 

To Submit:

FAX:  (951) 739-0378 or Email: Hqhunter11@att.net or Text to: (909) 286-3152

Payment:

Mail to : Key Medical Resources, P.O. Box 2033, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729

Credit Card: Please call Honeyleen Hunter at (909) 286-3152

Objectives:

At the completion of reading the book (module) and answering the questions, the learner will be able to:

  1. Describe context relevant curriculum.
  2. Identify supports needed for curriculum development.
  3. Discuss the importance of faculty support for curriculum development.
  4. Identify leadership strategies for curriculum development.
  5. Describe how the organization influences curriculum development.
  6. Identify change theory as it relates to curriculum development. 
  7. Describe the components of context-relevant curriculum
  8. Identify data gathering methods to develop curriclum. 
  9. Define a curriculum nucleus.
  10. Identify approaches for curriculum development.
  11. Differentiate types of curriculum design.
  12. Describe program models.
  13. Describe course goals and design
  14. Identify the importance of curriculum plans being public.
  15. Discuss the importance of contractual agreements.
  16. Identify various evaluation strategies.
  17. Identify components of flexible delivery systems. 
  18. Complete the module at a 75% competency.

 

Notation:

  • This module is written from a textbook which will need to be obtained by the student independently.  The questions were developed and written from the textbook, Curriculum Development in Nursing Education.  Authors Carroll L. Iwasiw, Dolly Goldenberg and Mary Anne Andrusyszyn.  Second Edition, 2009.  ISBN 13: 978-0-7637-4975-0.  Jones and Bartlett Publishing.   www.jbpub.com.  (978) 443-5000 
  • Disclaimer:  These questions were developed from the above text.  This is a self-study module from the book.  Key Medical Resources, Inc. makes no claims to approval of this module from outside agencies or other states.  The module is designed for 30.0 contact hours from the CEP number listed above.  The certificate will indicate self-study module.
  • Students have submitted the certificate to BVNPT for the Curriculum Development Course.

REGISTER at www.kmreducation.com .

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

**DEMENTIA OVERVIEW   Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 Appropriate for all healthcare personnel. 

Price:

$40.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

  4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 Appropriate for all healthcare personnel.  EMS Provider 62-2034.  Please ask for special roster at the class.

Description:

This program will cover an overview of dementia, symptoms, observations and nursing care.   

Self-Assessment:

N/A 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: www.kmreducation.com ,  (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.kmreducation.com  Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

REGISTER at www.kmreducation.com .

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

***Diabetes: Understanding Diabetes Mellitus   Approved for CNA/HHA NAC#1046

Price:

$40.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

  4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Description:

 This program will give you a functional knowledge of diabetes to best help your patients and others.  The incidence of diabetes is increasing.  Do you really know how to help your patient, your family, yourself? The program will cover the following:

  • Pathophysiology of Diabetes
  • Differentiating Type I and II
  • Lab Values, Critical Test Results, Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Prevention and Treatment of Complications
  • Medications:  Oral, Injectable
  • Early Recognition and Treatment of Hypoglycemia/Hyperglycemia
  • Considerations for the Surgical Patient
  • Patient Education Essentials, Teach Back Techniques

  

Self-Assessment:

N/A 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: www.kmreducation.com ,  (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.kmreducation.com  Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Prior to attending the instructor course be sure the following is done:

  1. New!!!  Completion of Instructor Essentials for the Discipline - www.onlineaha.org a.  find a course, b. ACLS Instructor Essentials online $30.  Skills session will be completed in the class. Bring completed certificate to class.
  2. Current provider card in the Discipline
  3. Affiliation with an AHA Training Center - either Key Medical after discussion with Terry Rudd or  completion of an Instructor Candidate Application form signed by another training center.
  4. 2015 Guidelines provider book and instructor manual - available at the door.
  5. Please contact Terry Rudd, Training Center Coordinator for questions:  terryrudd2000@gmail.com, text or call (951) 520-3116.

 

Course:

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor

Contact Hours:

16.0 Contact Hours California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122      

California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 (For courses with EMS content)

If EMS CE hours are needed you must notify the instructor at the class as (separate submission required to EMS) 

Course fee:

All Payment taken at the door.

$300 for Course, Monitoring and Mentoring

Contract Employees or Passport Holders: $250.00 for Course

Student/New Grad:  Student and New Grad discount does not apply for this course.

Description:

Please Note:  Key Medical Resources will prescreen all candidates prior to the course.  Please contact Terry Rudd (951-520-3116) or terry@keymedinfo.com.  Key Medical Resources reserves the right to determine who may attend instructor training through the Training Center. 

How the ACLS Instructor Works:

To become an AHA ACLS Instructor, candidates need to complete an online module. This module is essentially prework, or preparation, for the classroom course, which you teach. The prework allows candidates to maximize their hands-on and practice time with you in the classroom.

There are 4 steps to becoming an ACLS Instructor:

  • Candidates must align with a Training Center (Bring with you a signed Instructor Candidate Form your training center or talk with Terry at Key Medical Resources about potential alignment).
  • Complete the online essential module for ACLS.  This may be obtained from www.channing-bete.com.  
  • Take the classroom course (we do a one day course)
  • Candidates are monitored as they teach.
    • Key Medical Resources requires observation and participation in an ACLS update and an ACLS provider course.
    • Candidate then comes to an additional course to be monitored.  Successful monitoring may require multiple courses and is individually determined.

Prerequisites

The instructor course is an intensive course for those individuals who have already successfully completed the discipline-specific provider course. This course is designed to train instructor candidates to conduct provider and update courses on the latest AHA guidelines and skills set for the specific discipline being taught. The role and scope of practice of healthcare providers vary greatly globally, so there are no profession-specific guidelines for becoming an AHA instructor in a specific discipline. Instructor candidates should exemplify integrity, demonstrate strong ethics, communicate clearly, and model a dedication to quality training.  Instructor candidates must meet certain requirements before taking the instructor course. Before attending the ACLS classroom portion of an instructor course, all instructor candidates must 

•    Be at least 18 years of age

•    Be licensed or certified in a healthcare occupation in which

ACLS skills are within their scope of practice

•    Be aligned with an AHA Training Center

•    Have a current/official AHA ACLS Provider course completion card

•    Be proficient in the skills of ACLS

•    Complete ACLS Instructor Essentials

•    Complete an Instructor Candidate Application

 This instructor course has 2 parts. The first part is the ACLSInstructor Essentials module, which contains essential information about teaching ACLS for the AHA. Every candidate must take this module. Faculty need to take the Instructor Essentials module as well so that they know what to expect from the instructor candidates.

 The second part is the classroom portion, which you lead.

 The goal of dividing the course into online and classroom-based portions is to maximize in-class learning and make sure that candidates get as much hands-on practice time with an experienced faculty member as possible.

 If you have any questions about prerequisites, please consult your Training Center Faculty or Regional Faculty, and/or refer to the Program Administration Manual (PAM). 

Required Books:

 Please bring with you have both books in hand for the course.  You may not attend the course without both books in hand. 

ACLS Instructor Manual - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor Manual   Item: 90-1011    www.channing-bete.com

ACLS Provider Manual - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual  Item: 90-1014  www.channing-bete.com 

Recommended: ACLS Instructor Package  Item: 90-1041  Unit Price:  $192.00  *** Includes the Instructor Manual, Provider Manual and required DVDs to teach the course. 

 

Notations:

  • The instructor ACLS Instructor package item 90-1041 which is $192.00 includes both of the above items and the required DVDs to teach the course. 
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 
  • *** New Guidelines October 2015.  Materials will be changing for 2016.  2015 ACLS Materials may not be published until mid 2016. 

 

Prior to attending the instructor course be sure the following is done:

  1. New!!!  Completion of Instructor Essentials for the Discipline - www.onlineaha.org a.  find a course, b. BLS Instructor Essentials online $30.  Skills session will be completed in the class. Bring completed certificate to class..
  2. Current provider card in the Discipline
  3. Affiliation with an AHA Training Center - either Key Medical after discussion with Terry Rudd or  completion of an Instructor Candidate Application form signed by another training center.
  4. 2015 Guidelines provider book and instructor manual - available at the door.
  5. Please contact Terry Rudd, Training Center Coordinator for questions:  terryrudd2000@gmail.com, text or call (951) 520-3116.

This program helps prepare the candidate to become a BLS instructor.  This card will also allow the candidate to teach all heartsaver level courses and first aid.  All instructor candidates, before coming to the instructor class must have:

1.  A training center identified who will allow the participant to align.

2.  A current BLS Healthcare Provider Card.

3.  Completed an instructor orientation with Key Medical Resources.

4.  All required books in hand (BLS Healthcare Provider Book.  BLS Instructor Manual).

5.  Completed the instructor course essentials (available online at www.channing-bete.com or from Terry Rudd)

To complete this program the instructor candidate must attend the orientation, instructor course, observe a BLS renewal and provider course, and be successfully monitored at a BLS Renewal and Provider Courses.  Monitoring may be required for multiple courses.

 

Course fee:  $300.00 for Instructor Course.  Contract Employees or Passport Co-pay is $250.00

Please note:  AHA 2015 Guidelines will be published October 2015.  New BLS materials most likely available early 2016. 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or rno enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Prior to attending the instructor course be sure the following is done:

  1. New!!!  Completion of Instructor Essentials for the Discipline - www.onlineaha.org a.  find a course, b. PALS Instructor Essentials online $30.  Skills session will be completed in the class. Bring completed certificate to class.
  2. Current provider card in the Discipline
  3. Affiliation with an AHA Training Center - either Key Medical after discussion with Terry Rudd or  completion of an Instructor Candidate Application form signed by another training center.
  4. 2015 Guidelines provider book and instructor manual - available at the door.
  5. Please contact Terry Rudd, Training Center Coordinator for questions:  terryrudd2000@gmail.com, text or call (951) 520-3116.

Course:

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor

Contact Hours:

16.0 Contact Hours California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122      

California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 (For courses with EMS content)

If EMS CE hours are needed you must notify the instructor at the class as (separate submission required to EMS) 

Course fee:

All Payment taken at the door.

$300 for Course, Monitoring and Mentoring

Contract Employees or Passport Holders: $250.00 for Course

Student/New Grad:  Student and New Grad discount does not apply for this course.

Description:

Please Note:  Key Medical Resources will prescreen all candidates prior to the course.  Please contact Terry Rudd (951-520-3116) or terry@keymedinfo.com.  Key Medical Resources reserves the right to determine who may attend instructor training through the Training Center. 

How the PALS Instructor Works:

To become an AHA PALS Instructor, candidates need to complete an online module. This module is essentially prework, or preparation, for the classroom course, which you teach. The prework allows candidates to maximize their hands-on and practice time with you in the classroom.

There are 4 steps to becoming a PALS Instructor:

  • Candidates must align with a Training Center (Bring with you a signed Instructor Candidate Form your training center or talk with Terry at Key Medical Resources about potential alignment).
  • Complete the online essential module for PALS.  This may be obtained from www.channing-bete.com.  
  • Take the classroom course (we do a one day course)
  • Candidates are monitored as they teach.
    • Key Medical Resources requires observation and participation in a PALS update and a PALS provider course.
    • Candidate then comes to an additional course to be monitored.  Successful monitoring may require multiple courses and is individually determined.

Prerequisites

The instructor course is an intensive course for those individuals who

have already successfully completed the discipline-specific provider course. This course is designed to train instructor candidates to conduct provider and update courses on the latest AHA guidelines and skills set for the specific discipline being taught. The role and scope of practice of healthcare providers vary greatly globally, so there are no profession-specific guidelines for becoming an AHA instructor in a specific discipline. Instructor candidates should exemplify integrity, demonstrate strong ethics, communicate clearly, and model a dedication to quality training.  Instructor candidates must meet certain requirements before taking the instructor course. Before attending the PALS classroom portion of an instructor course, all instructor candidates must 

•    Be at least 18 years of age

•    Be licensed or certified in a healthcare occupation in which

PALS skills are within their scope of practice

•    Be aligned with an AHA Training Center

•    Have a current/official AHA PALS Provider course completion card

•    Be proficient in the skills of PALS

•    Complete PALS Instructor Essentials

•    Complete an Instructor Candidate Application

 This instructor course has 2 parts. The first part is the PALS Instructor Essentials module, which contains essential information about teaching PALS for the AHA. Every candidate must take this module. Faculty need to take the Instructor Essentials module as well so that they know what to expect from the instructor candidates.

 The second part is the classroom portion, which you lead.

 The goal of dividing the course into online and classroom-based portions is to maximize in-class learning and make sure that candidates get as much hands-on practice time with an experienced faculty member as possible.

 If you have any questions about prerequisites, please consult your Training Center Faculty or Regional Faculty, and/or refer to the Program Administration Manual (PAM). 

Required Books:

 Please bring with you have both books in hand for the course.  You may not attend the course without both books in hand. 

PALS Instructor Manual - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor Manual   Item: 2015 Guidelines   Unit Price:  www.channing-bete.com

PALS Provider Manual - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual  Item: Unit Price: $50 from key med 2015 Guidelines. www.channing-bete.com 

Recommended: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor Package  Item: 2015 Guidelines Unit Price: $229 from key med Includes the Instructor Manual, Provider Manual and required DVDs to teach the course. 

 

Notations:

  • The instructor PALS Instructor package item 90-1058 which is $192.00 includes both of the above items and the required DVDs to teach the course. 
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

 

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS***  CNA HHA Appropriate

  • Description: This program will overview psychiatric disorders discussing behaviors and interventions, 
  • Contact Hours: 4.0 hour course with a certificate of completion. There is no continuing education provided through BRN or EMS.  CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

This IV and Blood Withdrawal Course is excellent for RNs looking to refresh their IV skills and a great way for LVNs to fulfill mandatory BVNPT course requirements.

This course will include review of human body and functions, importance of electrolytes and fluids, IV solution concentrations, IV preparation, vein selection [location, location, location] and live practice*.

IV Therapy and Bloodwithdrawal for Licensed Vocational Nurses  
LVNs must complete 36 hours of Class Time.
* LVNs are required to have a minimum of 36 hours excluding breaks.
*** This course meets for 4 days.  1 day a week for 4 weeks or 2 days consecutive every other week.
*** Note: You are registering for one day above, but you are expected to attend the full course!
 
VN students may take the course before completion of their program.  Please note that course completion will not be sent to the BVNPT until you have passed your licensure exam and been granted a license.
 
Course fee: $285.00   Includes materials  
Contract employees and Key Med Passport $85.00 for materials,  
 

Description:  This class is an overview and update for already certified LVNs, RNs, paramedics, med students and nursing students.  Overview and update on I.V. therapy as well as hands on practice on I.V. arms.   This course will give you an opportunity to practice your I.V. skills. 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: **I.V. THERAPY AND SKILLS UPDATE

  • Description:  This class is an overview and update for already certified LVNs, RNs, paramedics, med students and nursing students.  Overview and update on I.V. therapy as well as hands on practice on I.V. arms.   This course will give you an opportunity to practice your I.V. skills. 
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $55.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $15 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

LAB VALUES AND ADVANCED HEAD TO TOE ASSESSMENT CONCEPTS

Price:

$80.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

  8 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

 

Self-Assessment:

 N/A

Description:

  • This comprehensive course will integrate assessment, lab values and commonly used medications.   Advanced concepts for assessment will be discussed. 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course:LAB VALUES:  UNDERSTANDING LAB VALUES  CNA Approved 4.0 Hours NAC#1046

  • Description: Learn and understand the significance of lab values including the CBC, clotting studies, chemistry panels, enzymes and much more.  Correlate the lab value abnormality to the patient’s condition.  A case study approach will be presented. 
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  CNA Approved NAC#1046
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: LAW AND ETHICS IN HEALTHCARE

  • Description: This program will discuss legal aspects specifically in the psychiatric setting.  Ethical standards and boundary perspectives will be discusse.  
  • Contact Hours: 2.0 hour course Brn CEP 15122,  EMS HOURS   CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $20.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: LEADERSHIP AND DELEGATION FOR HEALTHCARE

  • Description: This program will include strategies to enahnce the healthcare worker with tools to be more effective .  Topics include leadership, delegation, communication and chain of command.  An interactive program with clinical examples and discussion.  
  • Contact Hours: 4-8 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $40.00-$80.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions? Text, Call or Email Terry: Educate100@aol.com or (951) 520-3116.  Texting or emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

**LEADERHIP AND TEAM BUILDING FOR CHARGE NURSES 

  • Description: This course will be helpful in teachniques to develop and build teams within your work environement.  Concepts related to team as well as role play will be included.     
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information

 

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

**LEADERHIP AND TEAM BUILDING IN HEALTHCARE

  • Description: This course will be helpful in teachniques to develop and build teams within your work environement.  Concepts related to team as well as role play will be included.     
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • LocationPlease see location on the Registration information

 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: ***LEGALITIES AND DOCUMENTATION IN HEALTHCARE Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 Appropriate for all healthcare personnel.

  • Description: This program will include information on legal considerations in the healthcare environment.  Documentaiton will be presented with examples of good practices and documentation to meet legal guidelines. 
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours or 2 hours depending on format..  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class. CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046 2.0 HOUR ONLY
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for 4 hour class.  $20.00 for 2 hour class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

REGISTER at www.kmreducation.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

**MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY UPDATE***  Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 Appropriate for all healthcare personnel. 

Price:

$40.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

 4 hour course with a certificate of completion. There is no continuing education provided through BRN or EMS  Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 Appropriate for all healthcare personnel. 

 

Description:

This interactive and dynamic class will assist you with the language and pronunciation to communicate with your patients.  An interactive model that takes the patient from admission to discharge and in-between.    

Self-Assessment:

N/A 

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com  ,  (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.kmreducation.com  Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

Mental Health Overview***

Price:

$40.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Self-Assessment:

 N/A

Description:

Learn and enhande your skills with working with the person with mental disorders. This session will emphasize devlopmental models and will discuss the most common mental disorders.   Attendance for 4 hours and participation in role play, discussion, and hands on skills with assault response training. This series of classes will enhance your skills when working with the patient who has mental disorders.

Student:

 N/A

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

 

 

Please note:  This class is appropriate for all levels: C.N.A, Licensed Professionals, Students and those wanting to enter the healthcare field. Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 

 Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com. Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

 Course: Mental Health Worker Topics:  Session E: The Patient with Chemical Dependency***

Description:  Learn and enhance your skills with working with the person with mental disorders. This session will discuss Alcoholism, Opiates, Cocaine and other substances along with detoxification protocols.  Attendance for 4 hours and participation in role play, discussion, and hands on skills with assault response training. This series of classes will enhance your skills when working with the patient who has mental disorders.

Course: Mental Health Worker Topics/Series*** Option

Each 4 hour course Approved for CNA HHA  NAC#: 1046 

This series of classes will enhance your skills when working with the patient who has mental disorders. You may attend one session or all six sessions. Those attending all six sessions will receive a certificate indicating Mental Health Worker Training.  You may mix and match session from this series and future series until all 6 are completed. PLEASE NOTE SESSION D HAS 2 PARTS TO = 4 HOURS TOTAL

 Appropriate for all persons.  CNA’s please note you will receive a total 24 Hours for attending all six sessions.  Each session is 4 hours in length.  for CNA's each course will be submitted separately to California Department of Public Health CNA Board.

 Please Note:  Sessions may not be presented in letter order.  See registration page for session topics per date. 

Session A - MENTAL HEALTH OVERVIEW

Session B - OBSERVING THE PATIENT AND NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES

Session C - ASSAULT RESPONSE AND EVASIVE MANEUVERS

Session D - CUSTOMER SERVICE IN HEALTHCARE PART 1 COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES; PART 2 DIGNITY AND RESPECT (Each 2 Hours)

Session E - THE PATIENT WITH CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY

Session F - ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS

Course fee:  $40 for this single class.  Handouts and notebook $20 for all six sessions..  $200.00 for full series and notebook. Passport and Affiliated (Contract) Employees $5 for Materials and Notebook for the individual session. ($20 for all six sessions).  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this program. 

Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          

LocationPlease see Registration Page information at www.cprclassroom.com

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 
  • The entire course (6 sessions) must be attended to receive a certificate. If a participant misses one session the missed session may be made up at a future class.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

Please note:  This class is appropriate for all levels: C.N.A, Licensed Professionals, Students and those wanting to enter the healthcare field.

 Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com. Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).

 Course: Mental Health Worker Topics:  ***Session F: Ethical and Legal Considerations

Description:  Learn and enhance your skills with working with the person with mental disorders. This session will emphasize the legal and ethical considerations in a mental health environment to include confidentiality, voluntary and involuntary holds and mandated reporting. Attendance for 4 hours and participation in role play, discussion, and hands on skills with assault response training. This series of classes will enhance your skills when working with the patient who has mental disorders. You may attend one session or all six sessions. Those attending all six sessions will receive a certificate indicating Mental Health Worker Training.  You may mix and match session from this series and future series until all 6 are completed. 

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: MUTI SYSTEM, SEPSIS, SHOCK AND PHAMACOLOGY OVERVIEW

  • Description: This course will discuss the pathophysiology of shock and how this may cascade to multi-systemic problems.  The program will also include pharmacology overview of common drugs.  
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • Required Book: None, handouts will be distributed in the class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

Description: To receive and NRP or Neonatal Resuscitation card, the person must complete the on-line exam, all chapters, then arrange a mega code session with an NRP instructor.  The certificate must be brought with you to the course. 

 

PART 1 - To take NRP Exam You must get into Healthstream first and register

 Study the NRP Textbook of Neonatal Resuscitation, 7th Ed.

  • Go to the Catalog tab. 
  • Select the 7th Edition NRP Provider Curriculum and click Enroll.
  • Click the To Do tab to access the Curriculum.
  • Complete Part 1 (exam and eSim cases) first.  Do EValuation
  • You have unlimited attempts to take the exam.

Part 2 will allow you to register for an Instructor-Led Event.

 

REGISTER AT www.cprclassroom.com TO REGISTER FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME

After completion of PART 1 - REGISTER ALSO at aap.org/nrp for instructor-led event:   NRP SKILLS Instructors TY YIK, KARIN McCORKELL or LAURA GUERRERO that matches the Key Medical Registration date and time.

What is the cost of the NRP   aap.org/nrp

7th Edition Provider Book -   Book approx $60 ISBN 978-1-61002-024-4

7th Edition, the NRP Provider Curriculum will cost $35. The curriculum will include access to the NRP Provider examination and e-Sim cases required to become a NRP Provider.

PROVIDER INFORMATION

7th Edition

For 2017  7th Ed materials can be utilized to teach courses.  Learners should check with their instructor to verify which edition to complete. 

  1. Self-study theTextbook of Neonatal Resuscitation, 7thEd   ISBN 978-1610020244
    2. Complete the NRP Provider Curriculum (Part 1 and Part 2)

Review the Provider LMS How-To Guide to help you get started in the new NRP LMS and enroll in the NRP Provider Curriculum. 

Provider Curriculum, Part 1

Part 1 focuses on building a foundation of neonatal resuscitation knowledge. The learning activities in Part I include the

  • Provider Exam
    • - Section 1: Lessons 1-5 (25 questions)
      - Section 2: Lessons 6-11 (25 questions)
      - You have unlimited attempts to complete Section 1 and 2 of the exam
  • eSim Cases
  • Provider Exam and eSim Evaluation

Learning activities must be completed sequentially. For example, after you successfully complete the Provider Exam Section 1, Provider Exam Section 2 will be unlocked and available. Once Part 1 is completed, a learner has 90 days to complete Part 2. 

Provider Curriculum, Part 2

Part 2 includes the Instructor-led Event (hands-on portion of the course). The activities in this part are

  • Registering for an Instructor-led Event
  • Completing the Instructor-led Even Evaluation - this is done with an instructor by appointment.  Times may vary depending upon the learner.  Please be prepared to wait for the prior student to complete.  

You must register for NRP 7th edition Instructor-led Events before attending the event.  You can either register yourself for events or you can be registered by an instructor or administrator.  The event must be completed and graded as passed before you have access to the evaluation.

Once all steps are complete, you will have access to your NRP Provider eCard.

 

Course fee:  $35.00 for online exam (price may change) and $80 for the mega code and skills.  Passport and Contract  Employees Co-pay is $35.00 for online exam paid when you register and take the exam online (price may change) and $10 for Card or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this class.  

Questions?   Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          

LocationPlease see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page  

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

 Course:  **PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS OVERVIEW  (C.N.A.S may attend)  CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046

  • Description: This program will cover, in an interactive format and update of mental health disorders, communication techniques, and approaches and interventions for the mentally ill.  Emphasis will be placed on the Recovery Model as a communication strategy.  Role play will be incorporated in various aspects of the course.  Take away resources will be given for use in the clinical setting. .   
  • Contact Hours: 4 or 8 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046 for 4 hours only
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 or $80 depending on format for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $5.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

 *Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: PALS PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT PROVIDER COURSE (First Time)  2015 Guidelines   PRECOURSE ASSESSMENT TEST MANDATORY  MUST BRING TO CLASS WITH AT LEAST 70% SCORE.  The American Heart Association link is www.heart.org/eccstudent   Passcode PALS15

 

SAVE MONEY ON BOOKS - Purchase an E Book!

Preorder E-Books online!  These books are also good for 5 years!  Show digital at class!

 

eBook Edition: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual

Item: 15-3120

Format: EBook

Audience: Student

Unit Price: $42.50

Description: The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The PALS course uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics.

 To be successful in any PALS course, students must be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the PALS course materials and MUST complete a precourse self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

  • Contact Hours: 12.0 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  Students must sign a special roster from Calilfornia EMS. 
  • Required Book: $50.00 (sales tax included) at the door. May be purchased at www.channing-bete.com.    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual  2015 Guideliens Item: 15-1058 
  • Course fee: $200.00 for class. $50.00 (sales tax included) for book. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines. There is no student or new grad discount for this course. Please note:  SARH Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay. Course fees and book prices subject to change with new AHA guidelines; Co-pay will be $15.00
  • Questions? Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

Important:  

1.  PALS Provider Book 2015 guidelines is required AND all students must complete the mandatory PRECOURSE SELF-ASSESSMENT at at least 70%  PRIOR and bring the score sheet to class.

2.  The PALS course requires knowledge of cardiac dsyrhythmias.  The exam has at least 5 rhythm strips to idenitfy.    

Students in the listed healthcare programs close to completion may also attend. Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course.   Each student must have the current textbook for the course.   Resources: www.cprclassroom.com - Download PALS Helpful Hints. Textbook page ii or www.heart.org/eccstudent. Code: PALS15         

Course Overview

The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The PALS course uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics.

The PALS course is designed for healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest in pediatric patients. This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units -- such as physicians, nurses, and paramedics -- as well as others who need a PALS course completion card for job or other requirements.

Before taking the PALS course, students must pass the online PALS Precourse Self-Assessment with a score of 70% or higher. This test is part of the PALS student Web site (access granted with purchase of the PALS Provider Manual).

After successfully completing the PALS course, students should be able to:

  • perform high-quality child CPR AED and infant CPR per American Heart Association basic life support recommendations
  • differentiate between patients who do and patients who do not require immediate intervention
  • recognize cardiopulmonary arrest early, and begin CPR within 10 seconds
  • apply team dynamics
  • differentiate between respiratory distress and respiratory failure, and perform early interventions for both
  • differentiate between compensated and decompensated (hypotensive) shock, and perform early interventions for the treatment of shock
  • differentiate between unstable and stable patients with arrhythmias
  • describe clinical characteristics of instability in patients with arrhythmias
  • implement post-cardiac-arrest management.

Upon successful completion of the course, including achieving a score of 84% or higher on the course exam, students receive a PALS course completion card that is valid for two years.

 

Course length is approximately 12.0  hours for the initial course, and approximately 6.5 to 8.25 hours for the update course

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

Course: PALS PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT UPDATE/RENEWAL COURSE  2015 Guidelines   PRECOURSE ASSESSMENT TEST MANDATORY  MUST BRING TO CLASS WITH AT LEAST 70% SCORE.  The American Heart Association link is www.heart.org/eccstudent   Passcode PALS15

 

SAVE MONEY ON BOOKS - Purchase an E Book!

Preorder E-Books online!  These books are also good for 5 years!  Show digital at class!

 

eBook Edition: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual

Item: 15-3120

Format: EBook

Audience: Student

Unit Price: $42.50

Description: The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The PALS course uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics.

 To be successful in any PALS course, students must be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the PALS course materials and MUST complete a precourse self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

  • Contact Hours: Approximately 6 to 8.5 hours (format dependent) California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.
  • If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  EMS hours will be adjusted to actual class time and may be less than stated hours for the course.  A separate certificate will be given with EMS hours.  Students must sign a special roster from Calilfornia EMS. 
  • Required Book: $50.00 (sales tax included) at the door. May be purchased at www.channing-bete.com.    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Manual  2015 Guideliens Item: 15-1058 
  • Course fee: $150.00 for class. $50.00 (sales tax included) for book. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $15.00 for Materials or per facility guidelines. There is no student or new grad discount for this course. Course fees and book prices subject to change with new AHA guidelines; Co-pay will be $15.00   Please note:  SARH Employees - Hospital will be covering your card Co-pay. 
  • Questions? Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  Payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information.

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

Important:  

1.  PALS Provider Book 2015 guidelines is required AND all students must complete the mandatory PRECOURSE SELF-ASSESSMENT at at least 70%  PRIOR and bring the score sheet to class.

2.  The PALS course requires knowledge of cardiac dsyrhythmias.  The exam has at least 5 rhythm strips to idenitfy.    

3.  PALS Helpful Hints may also be found on the Key Medical Resources website under downloads  www.cprclassroom.com 

Students in the listed healthcare programs close to completion may also attend. Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course.   Each student must have the current textbook for the course.   Resources: www.cprclassroom.com - Download PALS Helpful Hints. Textbook page ii or www.heart.org/eccstudent. Code: PALS15     

BLS Add on - A choice to complete your BLS on the same day as PALS Update/Renewal.  This will take approxiamately 1.5 hours more and will add an extra $25 to the cost.  For K-Pass, Contract personnel an extra $10 for the card.  Available at most PALS Update/Renewal Classes 

Course Overview

The goal of the PALS course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The PALS course uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics.

The PALS course is designed for healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest in pediatric patients. This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units -- such as physicians, nurses, and paramedics -- as well as others who need a PALS course completion card for job or other requirements.

Before taking the PALS course, students must pass the online PALS Precourse Self-Assessment with a score of 70% or higher. This test is part of the PALS student Web site (access granted with purchase of the PALS Provider Manual).

After successfully completing the PALS course, students should be able to:

  • perform high-quality child CPR AED and infant CPR per American Heart Association basic life support recommendations
  • differentiate between patients who do and patients who do not require immediate intervention
  • recognize cardiopulmonary arrest early, and begin CPR within 10 seconds
  • apply team dynamics
  • differentiate between respiratory distress and respiratory failure, and perform early interventions for both
  • differentiate between compensated and decompensated (hypotensive) shock, and perform early interventions for the treatment of shock
  • differentiate between unstable and stable patients with arrhythmias
  • describe clinical characteristics of instability in patients with arrhythmias
  • implement post-cardiac-arrest management.

Upon successful completion of the course, including achieving a score of 84% or higher on the course exam, students receive a PALS course completion card that is valid for two years.

 Course length is approximately 6.0 to 8.25 hours for the update course

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

PALS UPDATE/RENEWAL 2015 GUIDELINES Mandatory Pre-Course Self-Assessment BLS Renewal Option for Most Classes

Price:

$150.00 course fee for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

$50 for book, $15 for card  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

$50 for book $15 for card

Contact Hours:

 6 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Description:

 The PALS course is designed to provide pediatric healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill infants and children and help improve outcomes.

 

Students in the listed healthcare programs close to completion may also attend. Participant must have the physical ability to actively and correctly compress on manikins and complete all skills stations and written testing to successfully complete the course. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course.   Each student must have the current textbook for the course.   Resources: www.cprclassroom.com - Download PALS Helpful Hints. Textbook page ii or www.heart.org/eccstudent. Code: palsprovider.          

 

The PALS Provider course covers:

  • pediatric emergencies
  • concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment
  • BLS
  • PALS treatment algorithms
  • effective resuscitation
  • team dynamics

PALS training is intended for professionals who must be credentialed for doing their jobs including:

  • pediatricians, emergency room, family, and other physicians, physician assistants
  • nurses and nurse practitioners, respiratory care practitioners, paramedics
  • intensive care and critical care providers
  • other providers required to initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies
  • students who are involved in the above where PALS skills may be utilized.

Students must pass a written exam and skills test in order to qualify for a PALS Course Completion Card.

To be successful in any PALS course, students should be able to identify ECG rhythms and should know pharmacology specific to cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies before beginning the course. It is strongly recommended that students review the PALS course materials and complete a precourse self-assessment using the tools in their student materials before starting the course.

   

Self-Assessment:

Mandatory Precourse self-assessment. Test results must be brought to class with at least 70% score.

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046

These are combination courses

1.   Patient Observations and Notification Procedures***  NAC #1046 approved for 4 hours

2.   Dementia and End of Life Care***  NAC #1046 approved for 2 hours

*Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

  • Description: These three courses will discuss 2 topics,  Patient Observations and Notification Procedures and Dementia and End of Life Care   
  • Contact Hours: Combination Course Total 6.0 Hours  (4.0, 2.0), CNA HHA APPROVED NAC#: 1046.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.  For CNA HHA each course to be  listed separately in your transcript.
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $80.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • Course Types
  • Location:  Please see location on the Registration information

Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.  We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

 Course:  **PRECEPTOR TRAINING FOR NURSES

  • Description:  Learn the skills and techniques to become an excellent preceptor.  Geared for nurses and others who are mentoring and training.  Discussion on learning styles, beginner to expert characteristics, leadership and evaluation techniques. 
  • Contact Hours: 4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. 
  • Required Book: Handouts will be distributed in class.
  • Course fee: $40.00 for class, book and materials. Passport and Contract Employees Co-pay is $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Questions?  Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  All payment is at the door (check, cash or credit card)          
  • LocationPlease see location on the Registration information.

 *Classroom Programs – Please register at www.cprclassroom.com.  Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. 

 Notations:

  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

This is a combination class

  1. Skin and Wound Considerations***2 hours
  2. Renal Overview***2 hours
  3. Endocrine System Overview***2 hours
  4. Neurological System Overview***2 hours

These classes are  approved by CDPH NAC #1046 for CNA/HHA for 2.0 hours .

Price:

$80.00 for class and materials. 

Contract /

K-Pass

Price:

 

 $10 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

 8.0 Total.  Be sure to enter each class separately on your log sheet. Contact Hours only for CNAs, HHAs.  BRN provider # CEP 15188. 

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

 This course will overview topics relevant to CNAs.  The program is hepful for licensed staff also to help implement protocols and procedures to provide better care from the health care team.  fOUR two hour courses will be offered on the same day.  The program willl overview skin and wound considerations, recognition, reporting and suggesions for treatment and care.  Other programs will cover the body systems of renal, endocrine and neurological systems.  

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  • Class materials and books may NOT be returned if opened.
  • No refunds if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.
  • There are no student or new grad discounts for this course.

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

**SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL  Approved for CNA/HHA NAC#1046

Price:

$40.00  for class

Passport/Contract Price:

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines. 

 Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

Book:

Handouts will be distributed in class.  Optional booklet for Spanish in Healthcare $10.00

Contact Hours:

 8 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. 

Description:

Description: This interactive and dynamic class will assist you with the language and pronunciation to communicate with your patients.  An interactive model that takes the patient from admission to discharge and in-between.  

Student:

 

Resources/FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payment taken at the door (check, cash or credit card)     

NOTE:

Class materials and books may not be returned if opened.

No refund if any part of the course has been attended.

The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

There is no student or new grad discount for this course.

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES,  EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 

Price:

$20.00 for class and materials. 

Passport/Contract Price:

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

 2 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122. 

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

Work on active techniques to handle the stress that comes your way.  Patient care situations will be utilized.  Learn the physiologic body responses to stress that may lead to disease.  Emotional intelligence will also be discussed as a tool.   Note: Feeling too stressed to take to this class?  Come and you will be surprised!

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  •  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

 

Course Name:

 STRESS REDUCTION IN HEALTHCARE

Price:

$20.00 for class and materials. 

Passport/Contract Price:

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

2.0 hour course with a certificate of completion. There is no continuing education provided through BRN or EMS. 

 

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

This program will overview techniques to reduce stress and cues to recognize in patients.

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  •  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

Course Name:

STROKE:  RECOGNIZING STROKE***

Price:

$40.00 for class and materials. 

Kpass/Contract Price:

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

4 hours.  California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122 and California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 If EMS CE hours are requested you must notify the instructor at class.

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

This course will overview recognition and nursing care for the patient who may be having or has had a stroke. Protocols, recognition, medical treatment and nursing care will be discussed.  Good program for all medical professionals working with stroke patient.  Discussed will be code stroke, assessment tools.  

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  •  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended.
  • The entire course must be attended to receive a certificate.

 

REGISTER at www.cprclassroom.com.

Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment.

We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508).  

 

Course Name:

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CO-OCCURING DISORDERS

Price:

$20.00 for class and materials. 

Kpass/Contract Price:

 $5 for Materials or per facility guidelines.  

  • Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 

 

Book/ Materials:

No book required.  Handouts and notebook will be provided at the class. 

Contact Hours:

2.0 hour course with a certificate of completion. There is no continuing education provided through BRN or EMS

Self-Assessment:

 

Description:

This program will discuss substance abuse perspectives.  Recognition and treatment options.  The program will discuss other disorders that may occur along with substance abuse.

Student:

 

Resources/ FAQ:

Call or Email: kmr@keymedinfo.com, (909) 980-0126.  

Emailing is preferred for a timely and written response.  

All payments taken at the door (cash, check or credit card)  

Location:  Please see Class Listings at a Glance on the www.cprclassroom.com Home Page 

NOTE:

  •  Student and new grad discount does not apply for this course. 
  • Courses may be cancelled for low or no enrollment. We rarely cancel certification courses (BLS, ACLS, PALS, AB508). 
  • Class materials and books may not be returned if opened. 
  • No refund if any part of the course has been attended. 

If you are needing to cancel a class, please kindly email kmr@keymedinfo.com and indicate

Please cancel with your name, class name, and class date. We so appreciate your letting us know.