Registration forms may be submitted via fax to (425) 564-6133, email to CNE@bellevuecollege.edu, or in person at Bellevue College main campus room T208.
CPR for Health Care Providers (BLS for Provider) – American Heart Assoc. – $69
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.
Upcoming Sessions (Preregistration is required):
- October 7, 2017
- November 4, 2017
All sessions are 9am to 1pm.
Please arrive 10 minutes before start of class. Students more than 10 minutes late may not be admitted to the class.
IV Skills – $340.00
This course will review standards of practice, vein anatomy and selection, complications, advancements and technique. Participants will practice technique for peripheral IV insertion. Cost includes Instructor, lab assistant and supplies.
October 28, 2017
- 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
- T315 (Nursing Lab)
- IV Skills Registration Form
Venipuncture for Health Care Professionals – $160.00
This four (4) 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.
- October 27, 2017
- 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
- Room T322
- REGISTRATION COMING SOON!
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Last Updated September 8, 2017