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Course Catalog

The courses listed in this catalog are those offered by ProACT Academy. To request a specific course, see the page on requesting a course or program.

Number of classes found:

11

First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor

SFA 801

This course will train instructor candidates to teach basic-level American Red Cross First Aid CPR and AED courses. In order to participate in this course you must possess a current basic-level American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED (or higher level) certification or equivalent and be at least 16 years of age on the last day of the instructor course. This is a blended learning course consisting of online content a skills session and classroom segments.

Advanced Life Support

BLS 110

The American Red Cross Advanced Life Support (ALS) course provides participants with the knowledge and skills they need to assess, recognize and care for patients who are experiencing a cardiovascular, cerebrovascular or respiratory emergency. When a patient experiences a lifethreatening emergency, healthcare providers need to act swiftly and promptly. The course emphasizes providing high-quality patient care by integrating psychomotor skills, rhythm interpretation, electrical interventions and pharmacologic knowledge with critical thinking and problem solving to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.

Advanced Life Support Instructor

BLS 802

The purpose of the American Red Cross Advanced Life Support Instructor course is to train

instructor candidates to teach the basic-level American Red Cross Advanced Life Support course.

Rapid Interpretation of Electrocardiography

PCS 103

Gain proficiency in electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation with our Comprehensive ECG Interpretation Training course. This comprehensive online program offers a structured approach to mastering ECG analysis, suitable for both beginners and experienced healthcare professionals. Through a series of interactive modules, practice exercises, and quizzes, participants will develop the skills necessary for rapid and accurate interpretation of ECG tracings.


This course covers essential topics such as ECG basics, rhythm interpretation, identification of atrial, ventricular, and pacemaker rhythms, as well as advanced concepts including bundle branch blocks, left ventricular hypertrophy, and recognition of ischemia, injury, and infarction. Each module is designed to provide a thorough understanding of ECG terminology, morphologic features, and analysis methods.

Emergency Medical Resonse

PRO 103

The American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response (EMR) course is designed to provide

the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to work as an emergency medical

responder (EMR) to help sustain life, reduce pain and minimize the consequences of injury or

sudden illness until more advanced medical personnel take over.

Basic Life Support

BLS 101

The American Red Cross Basic Life Support (BLS) course provides participants with the knowledge

and skills they need to assess, recognize and care for patients who are experiencing respiratory

arrest, cardiac arrest, airway obstruction or opioid overdose. When a patient experiences a lifethreatening emergency, healthcare providers need to act swiftly and promptly. The course emphasizes providing high-quality care and integrating psychomotor skills with critical thinking and problem solving to achieve the best possible patient outcomes

Basic Life Support Instructor

BLS 801

The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Basic Life Support Instructor course is to train instructor candidates to teach the basic-level American Red Cross Basic Life Support course.

First Aid for Severe Trauma Instructor Crossover with Skill Session

FAST 802

The FAST Instructor Crossover with Skill Session is designed to recognize the previous training of

American Red Cross instructors and/or those with current equivalent training from other organizations to

allow these individuals to participate in an abbreviated instructor crossover course to become current

American Red Cross First Aid for Severe Trauma instructors.

Personal Water Safety

AQU 103

To build on basic swimming and safety skills, to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to avoid and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide participants with basic information about boating and personal watercraft safety and safety in natural water environments

WHALE Tales - Longfellows

AQU 102

This land-based water safety program is intended for children ages 5 through 12. It includes information on the following topics:

o Swim as a Pair Near a Lifeguard's Chair

o Be Cool, Follow the Rules

o Don't Just Pack It, Wear Your Jacket

o Look Before You Leap

o Think So You Don't Sink

o Reach or Throw, Don't Go

o Think Twice Before Going Near Cold Water or Ice

o Know About Boating Before You Go Floating

o Too Much Sun Is No Fun

o In Your House and in Your Yard, Watch for Water, Be on Guard

o Wave, Tide or Ride, Follow the Guide

Junior Lifeguarding

AQU 101

The American Red Cross introduces the revised Junior Lifeguarding program, which is designed to guide youths ages 11-14 to the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course. The course focuses on building a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills of future lifeguards

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