Heart Health & Safety Techniques

Class Schedule

 Shades of Purple is an Authorized American Heart Association Training Site

Each student must complete online portion Part 1 with the KeyCode Provided by the American Heart Association. After sucessful completion of the online portion a student can register for the skills checkoff. During the skills checkoff each student will complete the hands-on portion demonstrating 1 & 2 resucer adult CPR, using a pocketmask and bag value mask, AED, and infant 1 & 2 rescurer. 

 

After sucessfully completing and passing each skill the student will receive BLS certification.

 

Please note each student must email or bring a printed copy of the AHA Course Completion Certificate showing that you have compled Part 1 Online in order to complete Part 2 (Practice), and Part 3 (Skill Evaluation).

www.onlineaha.org

 

Hello,

This course is designed for any professional outside of the healthcare field. Individuals will learn adult, child, and infant CPR and Hands-Only CPR. During this course the individuals will learn numerous breathing techniques beginning with mouth-to-mouth and pocketmask, choking, and AED (Automatic External Defibrilator) use. Followed by a skills assessment.

Please do not register for this class if you are a Professional Healthcare Provider (Nurse, Physcian, etc.).

You will need to register for BLS for Healthcare Providers (BLS class), or BLS Skill Check Off (online test with skill check off).

 

This course covers CPR for adult, child, and infant, choking, mouth to mouth, pocket mask breathing, and skills assessment. This course is designed for general public, teachers, lifeguards, businesses, schools, daycares, etc. first aid basics, medical, injury, and environmental emergencies. Students will learn the proper techniques to apply and remove gloves, bandaging, hand washing, Epi pen use, and scene safety.


 

 

Each student must complete the Online Component (Part 1) & 2 through the  American Heart Association. After sucessful completion of the online portion a student can register for the skills checkoff. During the skills checkoff each student will complete the hands-on portion demonstrating 1 resucer adult CPR, using a pocketmask, AED, and infant & child 1 rescurer CPR. 

After sucessfully completing and passing each skill the student will receive HS certification.

Please note, each student must email or bring a printed copy of the AHA Course Completion Certificate for Part 1 online, showing that you have compled Online Part 1 in order to complete Part 2 (practice), and Part 3 (Skill Evaluation) in the classroom with an AHA Instructor.

This course provides knowledge and training on how to draw blood using a number of techniques. This is a 8-10 week course with the first 4 weeks providing education on anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, and tube recognization, sterile technique, bloodborne pathogen, and professionalism. The last 4-6 weeks will be hands on and clinical training

This class is available:
Day, Evening, Recertification
The fee includes:

-State Exam Fee

-Insurance

-Study Guide

-CPR & BBP training

-Textbook

Registration fee of $100 to reserve a seat. The remaining balance can be set-up for payment plans that will be set-up on the first day of class.

Please note that if the minimum of 5 students are not registered the class may be cancelled and reschedule at a later date. 

 

  

This fast paced course will cover the basic Phlebotomy techniques. Each student will learn the anatomy & physicology, pre-analytical complications, venipuncture & capillary blood draw, order of draw, and much more.

There is a non-refundable $100.00 fee to reserve a seat. Your remaing balance is $450.00 due on the first day of class.  If you are unable to attend the original workshop you signed up for you can reschedule one time for another class. If you no-show a second time you will be required to pay another registration fee. 

Note: Locations outside of Raleigh, NC has a different course schedule, if you have any questions please feel to contact us.

Please note that if the minimum of 5 students are not registered the class may be cancelled and reschedule at a later date. 

Thanks,

Shades of Purple

 

 

All students will learn the basics of IV Therapy.

  1. Each student will learn basic anatomy of the vein
  2. Describe and demonstrate the proper techniques and documentation for inserting and removing a peripheral IV or heparin lock
  3. Discuss common complications of IV, and their associated signs and symptoms.
  4. Basic treatment of complications
  5. Hands-on practice

 Certified Medical Assistant is a multi-skilled healthcare practitioner who is competent in both clinical and adminstrative procedures. The students will learn:

  • Interview patients
  • Measure & record vital signs
  • Prepare exam rooms
  • Clean & sterilize medical equipment
  • Administer injections, as well as topical or oral medications
  • Perform EKG & venipuncture

Registration fee $100.00 is required to reserve a seat is non-refundable. The remaining balance $2900.00 can be set-up on payment plans. 

Please note that if the minimum of 5 students are not registered the class may be cancelled and reschedule at a later date. 

Billing & Coding Specialist will focus on converting a medical procedure, diagnosis, or symptom into specific codes for submitting a claim for reimbursement. Students will learn:

  • Accurately locate documentation in the patient record to support coding and billing process
  • Assign codes for diagnoses and procedures
  • Submit claims for reimbursement based on payer policies and procedures 

Registration fee $100.00 is required to reserve a seat is non-refundable. The remaining balance $2200.00 can be set-up on payments set by the company.

Please note that if the minimum of 5 students are not registered the class may be cancelled and reschedule at a later date. 

Fast Track Medical Assistant program is 4 months, designed to refresh CMA skills and techniques to help them prepare for the National Exam thru (NHA) National Healthcare Association.

 

Course Requirements:

-18 years of age or older

-Completed a CMA program with another institution within 3 years and have not completed your National Exam and/or have documented work of a minimum 700 hours from a current or previous employer. 

-CMA license have expired and like to renew

 

Please note: Valid transcripts from other institutes and appointment must be scheduled with Admission's.

This 4 month training course is designed to prepare students for the Nationl Exam thru NHA ( National Healthcare Association).

 

Requirements:

  • 18 years of age
  • Manitained certification within the last 3 years that has expired
  • Documented employment of at least 700 hours from current or previous employer
  • Documentation from previous institute (transcript) and/or expired license

 

 

Medical Office Administration teaches administrative duties performed in a Medical Office, Hospital, or Clinic:

Students will learn the following task:

  • Greeting and assisting patients
  • Checking patients in and out
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Creating and maintaining patient records
  • Transcribing physicians orders and diagnostic comments
  • Billing insurance provider and patients
  • Collecting and recording payments