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First AID, CPR, Life Saving Skills

Program on First Aid, CPR, Emergency Life Saving Skills (LSBHE)

In September 2009, D.C. Everest Junior High dealt with the death of a student who collapsed at cross-country practice.

A few years ago, Stevens Point Area Senior High dealt with the death of a male track athlete after he collapsed in the field house.

In both instances, there were trained staff members and paramedics on the scene that could give cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but for those involved, it was an eye-opener to the importance of having the proper medical training.

"It brings a light on the value of the training that you have received. It's a wake-up call," said Jack Overgaard, D.C. Everest High School athletic director.


The objective is to empower the teachers through these specialized training workshops, who will then train the students, of their respective instituitions in the knowledge and practice of First Aid skills, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and other selective aspects of emergency care in emergency situations within their own environment.


  • To create awareness and impart knowledge of First Aid practice and skills and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation in emergency situations.
  • To help develop responsive and responsible attitudes to emergency situations.
  • To impart basic first aid and CPR skills in emergency and life threatening situations.

Contents of the program

    • General principles of first aid
      • Introduction
      • Lifts and carries
      • Helmet safety
      • Spine stabilization
      • Log roll
    • Life threat management
      • Controlling bleeding
        • Pressure learning to improvise a sling
        • Elevation
        • Pressure dressings
    • Treating shock
    • Fractures
      • Splints and slings
      • Rest-ice-compression-elevation
    • Burns
      • Fire control
      • Hot object burns
      • Electricity
    • Chest pains and heart attack
    • Stroke
    • Seizures (convulsions/fits)
    • Choking

    • Cardiac arrest
    • Principles of basic life support
      • Adult chain of survival
      • ABCDs of giving CPR
    • CPR Basics
      • Clearing the airway
      • Mouth to mouth techniques
      • Chest compression skills
    • Ventricular fibrillation
      • Defibrillation
      • How to use an AED
    • Environmental Emergency
      • Cuts and Bites
      • Snake Bites
      • Poisoning
      • Convulsions

The Outcome

  • Education benefits Health.
  • School-based health interventions can improve academic performance.
  • It is a cost-effective health education program
  • It shall benefit teachers’ morale and quality of instruction
  • Training students in school can improve outcomes of medical emergency situations in the school and community.
  • Health Education is most effective when it uses interactive methods in a skills-based approach
  • The First Aid and CPR training can be used as ‘piggy-back’ for imparting life skills to the teachers and thereby Students.
  • Trained teachers who deliver health education can produce more significant outcomes in student health knowledge and skills as compared to untrained teachers.

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