Classes & Workshops for Healthcare Professionals

CPR for Health Care Providers – American Heart Assoc.

This four-hour CPR class is recommended for physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and other healthcare clinicians. Class content includes Adult CPR (1 and 2 person), Child and Infant CPR, relief of Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (choking), barrier devices/BVM, cricoid pressure and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) use. CPR Card for Health Care Providers is valid for 2 years. We have planned these sessions to meet student demand.

Please arrive early/on time to class. Students more than 10 minutes late may not be admitted to the class.

Withdrawals and Refunds:  You may request a refund by phone or in person.  A full refund (minus the processing fee) will be made if you cancel at least three business days prior to the start of the class or event.  No refund will be made after that date.  There are no partial refunds.  A 100% refund will be made if the college cancels the class or event. This class may be rescheduled prior to the class or event but will include a $15 rescheduling fee. There will be no refunds for missed classes.

Upcoming Fall 2014 Quarter Sessions:

Item #
Date
Time
Location
7489 (CLASS IS FULL - NO SEATS AVAILABLE)November 1, 20149:00 am to 1:00 pmBC Main Campus R102
7490December 6, 20149:00 am to 1:00pmBC Main Campus R102

Note: If you are a current BC student, please register and pay for this class through online services on the Bellevue College website using the appropriate item number.

EKG Basic

This course will teach students basic EKG recognition, including identifying the elements of normal and abnormal ECG tracings, and basic interpretation skills.

No class scheduled at this time.

IV Skills for Nurses

This course will review standards of practice, vein anatomy and selection, complications, advancements and technique. Participants will practice technique for peripheral IV insertion.

Upcoming Classes: TBA

Venipuncture for Health Care Professionals

This course is for RNs, LPNs, Nuclear Medicine Professionals, Radiology Professionals and students of these programs.

This two and a half (2.5) hour session covers the basics of venipuncture including butterfly draws, equipment overview, order of draw, tourniquet tying, and vein selection. Participants will practice mock draws and progress to real venipunctures if desired.

Upcoming Classes: TBA