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Advanced Oxygen Provider Medic
Advanced Oxygen Provider Medic
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The ADVANCED OXYGEN PROVIDER MEDIC course is a minimum 1 day class which is an important step in expanding the Diver knowledge and experience and is a prerequisite required for the DIVE EMERGENCY SPECIALIST. This performance-based course will involve classroom presentations, special equipment needs, skill development followed by training and experience scenarios. Candidates may Elect to combine AOP Medic with the Resue Diver course to spread-out course curriculum.

The Advanced Oxygen Provider program meets requirements for Basic Life Support in the workplace (OSHA Guideline 29 CFR 1910.151), and incorporates the latest advanced procedures for emergency patient care for infant, child and adults. Other organizations that recognize AOP Medic as meeting their requirements are United States Coast Guard, the Boy Scouts of America, and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), to name a few.

The Advanced Oxygen Provider course is an advanced training class in advanced life support emergency care Oxygen; advanced First Aid for infant, child and adult; and other important emergency care skills for injuries and illnesses are combined into this course which allows graduates to function with consistent priorities in an Emergency.

The DAN (Divers Alert Network) AO2 Provider; ARC (American Red Cross) AO2 Fist Aid courses are advanced training classes in providing oxygen first aid to victims / patients in diving related accidents.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student is certified as a ADVANCED OXYGEN PROVIDER MEDIC and qualifies for further training into the professional career as a DIVEMASTER.

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Entry Requirements: N/A
Minimum Age: N/A
Certification: PIC Certification Fee $35 - Included
Academic Topics & Skill Hours: Total Clock Hours: 04:00
Administrative Assessment 00:30
Scene Assessment 00:15
Prevent Disease Transmission 00:15
Barrier Use & Disposal 00:15
Anatomy & Physiology Review 00:15
Decompression Sickness 00:15
Arterial Gas Embolism 00:15
Benefits of Oxygen 00:15
Equipment Assembly & Familiarization 00:15
Injured Diver Management 00:15
Illness Diver Management 00:15
Multiple Diver Management 00:15
Sill Development Scenarios 00:30
Academic Assessment 00:15
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