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ALS Airway Response - Part Two 1.00 In a twenty minute discussion, Dr. Galton shared some very valuable opinions that were formulated, in a large part, from his many years as a paramedic. Join us for an extension of this discussion. In this second part, Dr. Galton briefly discusses exhalation of CO2, Instrumenting an Airway, Management of Gastric Tubes, and more. You have two attempts to gain a 70% or higher on this exam. Take your time and good luck!
American Heart Association Emergency First Aid 1.00 Improving the safety of your workers by training them in First Aid, CPR, and AED is important. In this course, participants will learn some first aid basics, how to provide First Aid for a few medical, injury, and environmental injuries, and how to provide CPR and use an AED. Participants will also learn about training options that are available to them through the American Heart Association. Note: Completion of this course does not result in first aid, CPR, or AED use certification. For information on how to become certified, visit the American Heart Association CPR & First Aid website by visiting https://cpr.heart.org/.
An Introduction to Working with Volunteers 1.00 Volunteers are an integral part of our organizations and their engagement is critical to our success. So what does it take to successfully work with volunteers? This webinar, hosted by Tammy Rach, Senior Volunteer Manager for San Diego Zoo Global, will take you through: who volunteers are, what they want, and how to best engage them in the ultimate mission fulfillment. Participants will also receive a copy of this presentation to share with staff so they can start building their own Volunteer Tool Kit.
Anaphylactic Shock—Recognition & Resuscitation: Part 1 1.00 Retired ALS provider, Michelle Cerone, speaks with Dr. Jeremy Cushman about the recognition and treatment of anaphylactic shock. This discussion gives the BLS provider the opportunity to compare allergic reactions to the life-threatening condition that requires rapid intervention. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain a 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Anaphylactic Shock—Recognition & Resuscitation: Scenario 1 1.00 The second part of this series is the first of three scenarios. All three scenarios are designed to review complicated situations that BLS providers may be asked to navigate. This scenario has us consider the care of an anaphylactic patient in the setting of a pregnancy. Paramedic student Vanessa Petote does an excellent job of interviewing Dr. Jeremy Cushman. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 80% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Anaphylactic Shock—Recognition & Resuscitation: Scenario 3 1.00 This scenario involves a patient with special needs who has developed angioedema. Paramedic student Vanessa Petote and Medical Director Dr. Jeremy Cushman speak about the care that a special needs patient must receive, as well as the specific challenges that accompany a patient with a potentially unstable airway. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 80% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Animal Ambassador Management (PS) 2.00 Animal Ambassador Management will review the range of program animal roles in zoos and aquariums, the risks and rewards, the challenges and the considerations necessary for a program that follows best practices. The class will focus on animal acquisitions, animal handling policy, management practices for meeting the program animal’s social, physical, behavioral and nutritional needs as well as the safety of the animals, guests, and staff.
Animal Behavior 1: Why Study Animal Behavior? 1.00 Animal behavior is a topic that has fascinated people for centuries. The first course in the series will give an overview of behavior and highlight the many reasons to study animal behavior, the history of behavioral research, and the many different fields that study animal behavior.
Animal Behavior 2: Application of Animal Behavior Research in Zoos and Aquariums 1.00 Modern accredited zoos and aquariums strive to use behavioral data to make many management decisions about the animals under their professional care. This course will provide an overview of many different uses of animal behavior in a zoological setting, including the ability to examine indicators of animal welfare.
Animal Behavior 3: Experimenter, Observer, and Sampling Bias 1.00 This course will give an overview of different types of bias that can impact a study on animal behavior. Information contained in this course will help ensure observers are aware of how experimenter, observer, and sampling bias can impact data collection and analysis, and of precautions to consider and take before starting a study.
Animal Behavior 4: Reliability and Validity 1.00 This course will help ensure that the data you collect in animal behavior research is repeatable, consistent, and actually measures the features of a target behavior. This is called reliability and validity.
Animal Nutrition [R] 2.00 This interactive course presents a dietary case study and then teaches you the basics needed to manage similar nutritional challenges. After completing the course, you will be able to name basic nutrients, understand feeding ecologies, explain differences in species’ digestive tracts, identify standard animal feeds, and understand how body condition is measured. In addition to having a better grasp of the science behind nutrition, you will learn about the storage and preparation of diets, safe food handling techniques, and how to ensure food is safe for animals.
Animal Show Development 1.00 This program will provide information about how best to present animals to your guests. We will discuss different types of programs including informal animal encounters, a free flight bird show, a cheetah run program and a mixed species show, including sea lions. For each type of program, we will discuss staffing, collection planning and production, such as sound and props. We will also talk about scripting in general and especially responsible messaging.
Animal Welfare - General Audience - Short Course 0.33 The public’s interest in animal welfare is increasing. This short course is designed for all non-animal care staff and features the same but condensed content as presented in the original Animal Welfare Professional version. This short version aims to educate non-animal care staff about animal welfare, how it is measured on a continuum from good to poor and about our efforts to ensure our animals are thriving. Staff who interact with our guests, are ideally positioned to share this important information with our guests. This fast-paced, 20-minute course is designed to equip our employees with key information on the subject of animal welfare.
Animal Welfare General 1.00
Animal Welfare Professional 2.00 This course will increase your understand of animal welfare, as well as best practices to help ensure high levels of welfare for the animals within your professional care. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to: define animal welfare and describe the animal welfare continuum, name at least three laws/acts pertaining to animal welfare and how they contributed to improving the welfare of animals, define stress, identify the difference between acute and chronic stress and their relationship to animal welfare, identify why it is important to focus on both positive and negative indicators of animal welfare, identify the differences between inputs and outputs for animal welfare, identify three potential positive indicators of animal welfare, identify three potential negative indicators of animal welfare, compare/contrast the Five Freedoms and the Five Opportunities to Thrive, Identify three three best practices to help ensure high levels of welfare, identify three benefits of ensuring high levels of welfare, be able to differentiate between subjective, opinion-based animal welfare concerns and objective, evidence-based animal welfare concerns, define animal rights, and identify the difference between animal welfare and animal rights.
Animal Welfare Spanish 1.00
Art and Sensory Experiences that Foster Creativity (CDA 5) 2.00 How do art projects differ from crafts? Learn about the art process, how to provide a variety of sensory experiences for children, and how art is more about “doing” than the finished project. Discover how early childhood professionals get ideas for art experiences and how they foster the creative process in children. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage Effective Program Operation. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Asbestos Safety Awareness 0.42 Participants of this course will learn what asbestos is, where asbestos can be found, health hazards associated with asbestos, and how to protect yourself and your co-workers against asbestos hazards.
Assessing and Implementing a Safe Child Care Environment (CDA 1 & 5) 2.00 When families enroll their child in a child care program, they trust that the professionals working with their child will keep him safe. As curious infants and toddlers develop, their desire to explore presents unique safety challenges. This course guides professionals who work with infants and toddlers to assess play spaces, children’s experiences, and current practices to maximize children’s safety. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 1: Planning a Safe, Healthy Environment to Invite Learning, and CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage an Effective Operation. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event, or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Assessing the Elderly—Dementia vs. Delirium 0.50 One of the most common challenges that EMS crews face when assessing elderly patients is to differentiate between dementia and delirium. This brief review will allow providers the opportunity to assess their knowledge of the topic. The lesson concludes with a few challenging exam questions that will be fuel for good discussion within your agency. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 80% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Assessing the Elderly—Female Cardiac Patients 1.00 We know that there are unique challenges when assessing elderly patients. BLS providers also encounter unique challenges when assessing females for potential cardiac problems. This lesson briefly reviews the BLS assessment skills that are required for both populations. The introduction of 12 lead ECG acquisition gives the BLS provider a chance to orient themselves to the skills necessary when working in system that requires recording and/or transmission of such tracings. Test: This multiple choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 80% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Assessing the Elderly—Respiratory 0.75 One of the most common responses for EMS providers is the chief complaint of Shortness of Breath (SOB). In this session we discuss the challenges of obtaining a History of Present Illness (HPI) in a patient that potentially has one of three big differentials: COPD, Pulmonary Embolism, or Pneumonia. We will also briefly discuss what a BLS Provider should do when preparing these patients for ALS level care.
Asthma Explained for the BLS Provider 1.50 Briefly review some of the most basic concepts of caring for a patient who is suffering from an asthma attack. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 80% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 0.25 The purpose of this course is to educate parents, schools, health professionals and the community about evidence-based assessment and treatment for ADHD. Participants will learn about ADHD and its features, etiological factors, evidence-based assessment and treatment, and professional practice parameters.

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