East Baton Rouge Parish EMS

Class Schedule

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American Heart Association BLS CPR class. The course price includes textbook, pocket mask, and course completion card with successful completion of the course. Expect 4-5 hours for course completion. There are no refunds for No-Shows after registration. 

If you are an East Baton Rouge Parish EMS employee, use code EMSEMPLOYEE in the PROMO CODE box to waive the course fee. 

This is the hands-on skills session for the AHA Instructor Essentials Course. The course will cover the Training Center guidelines and the Training Center electronic roster software. There will be no refunds for failure to attend this course. Please assure your availability prior to enrollment. 

This is the hands-on skills session for the AHA Instructor Essentials Course. The course will cover the Training Center guidelines and the Training Center electronic roster software. There will be no refunds for failure to attend this course.

Students are required to complete an Online Instructor Essentials course and purchase their instructor manual prior to attending this course. Please contact the Training Center at (225) 389-5155 to inquire about the requirements to take this course. 

This is the registration page for EBREMS employees to register for the Healthstream online ACLS course. 

This is to register for the EBREMS Employee Healthstream online BLS CPR course. 

This is the skills validation session for PALS Instructor. You are required to have a PALS Instructor manual and complete the PALS Online Instructor Essentials course on the AHA website prior to taking this course. Contact the Training Division at 225-389-5155 for details. There are no refunds for no shows.

This 4-hour CEU course will describe and discuss current patient care tactics for the ACS patient. AHA Mission Lifeline goals will be discussed to project the best outcomes for our cardiac event patients. 

This 4 hour CEU session will cover the various vasopressors carried on EBREMS units. The goal will be to educate the staff on the best practices on vasopressor use describing which pressor agent might work best in various situations. The use of Push Dose administration will be discussed as well for quicker administration vs establishing infusions. 

Have you ever had a profusely vomiting patient that you had difficulty controlling the airway? Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy Airway Decontamination (SALAD) is the term coined by Jim Du Canto and colleagues for a suction technique used to preventing airway soiling during laryngoscopy when there is profuse regurgitation. The course will demonstrate the differences in this procedure utilizing video laryngoscopy vs Direct laryngoscopy with a traditional scope. 

This CEU course will cover advanced trauma care and discuss when the use of advanced procedures may not be in the best interest of the particular patient in front of you at that time. 

 

Payment forms accepted for online registration include Visa  or Mastercard only. Sorry,  but we are unable to process American Express or Discover cards at this time. If you are paying by check or money order please call (225) 389-5155 and speak to a Training Division employee for further direction.