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Breath of Fresh Air specializes in...

CPR and First Aid Training

Our CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automated external defibrillator) training programs will equip you to function as a workplace responder, professional rescue staff, professional responder or and health care provider. These programs provide certified training.

Health Care Training

Through lecture, video, role-playing, hands-on skills and clinical practice, you will learn practical skills and key communication techniques to provide compassionate care in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adolescent group homes, adult day cares, correctional facilities and in private home settings (Direct Patient Care, Nurse Aide- CNA, 32hr/68hr Medication Aide, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy)

Consulting Services

We provide quality consulting services to the long-term care industry regarding pharmacy medication dispensing systems, documentation, electronic health systems (EMARs), quarterly oversights, medication reviews and more.

Why Choose Us...

In the event of an emergency, the first responder, the lifeguard at your local pool, or a trusted babysitter are prepared to provide critical and life saving aid. We invite you to join the more than 9 million people each year, who gain the skills needed to prepare for and respond to emergencies. When you are ready to take “A Step Forward” - and learn important new skills, BOFA is the right place. Classes are enrolling now! View our Calendar of Class & Service Offerings for information and enrollment session details. Most programs DO NOT require a High School Diploma or GED. Offering affordable career transition options into the healthcare field as well as continuing education classes and courses.

FAQ

  • What if I don’t know what is wrong… Should I call 911?

    We may not always know exactly what is wrong in an emergency situation or an accident but when you know something is not right, please call 911.
  • What if I don’t know exactly what to do?

    The worst thing you can do in an emergency is Nothing. Please call 911.
  • How long can someone live without breathing?

    The brain can start to suffer within 4-6 minutes without oxygen. The first 3 minutes of care are the most crucial. Be aware and be prepared.
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