Blended Learning CPR (online)
The Athletic Training Education Program is offering Web Based Blended Learning classes. Classes will be held regularly and can be tailored to a particular groups needs.
Web-based Blended learning allows for flexible and self-paced training. Unlike training with a group, participants can learn at their own pace, allowing them to stop and review information whenever necessary to ensure that they completely understand the instruction. Course takers have the option of going
through the lessons in full or abbreviated form and can test out of lessons as well, making it a time-saver for those re-certifying.
Each Blended Learning program course is divided into two sessions. The first portion of the training is completed on-line and can be done from any computer that meets the minimum operating system requirements. For the second part of training, a Red Cross trained instructor will conduct a skills practice and assessment with course takers. The online session takes approximately two to three hours, depending on the pace of the student. The Skills Practice and Assessment session takes approximately two hours, depending on the particular course being assessed.
Class Schedule / Format
- The online portion of the class for approximately three weeks (typically the first three weeks of the month);
- The skills review and testing session is offered during a one week window after the close of the online portion of the course (typically the last 7-9 days of the month). Sign-up for the skills review & testing session occurs just prior to the start of the online portion of the course.
- The length of the skills session will vary depending on the content being reviewed and evaluated. On average, the testing sessions will be for 3 hours (full course, Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED and First Aid). Multiple sessions will be offered on a first come first serve basis. The number of participants for each session will be limited to 12. If a minimum of 3 participants do not sign up for a session, it may be canceled and the participants would be moved to another session.
For a demonstration of the Web-Based Training, visit http://www.redcross.org/websites/nhq.html
How to Register
Complete the class registration form and return it to either McPhee 208 or 213 with payment. Payment must be received in full to be registered for the course. All registration materials are due a minimum of two days before the start of the online portion of the course (dates to be announced).