NR-P Recertification

This class is for Paramedics looking to either recertify their National Registry, or Paramedics looking to re-instate their NR-P.  This class meets once a week for 8 hours a week, for 6 weeks.  This provides the 48 hour requirement to complete NR-P.

Course Details:  Click register now to see the current course specific details.

 

Topics covered include: Hours Required**
Mandatory Core Content – 24 hours total
Airway, Breathing and Cardiology

Suggested Courses:

  • Provide ventilatory support for a patient
  • Attempt to resuscitate a patient in cardiac arrest
  • Provide care to a patient who is experiencing cardiovascular compromise
  • Provide post-resuscitation care for a cardiac arrest patient
8 hours
Medical Emergencies

Suggested Courses:

  • Assess and provide care to a patient experiencing an allergic reaction
  • Assess a patient who has a possible overdose
  • Assess and provide care to a drowning patient
3 hours
Trauma

Suggested Courses:

  • Perform a primary survey
  • Assess a patient who has a head injury
  • Assess and provide care to a patient with a suspected spinal injury
  • Provide care to a patient who has a chest injury
  • Provide care to a patient who has an open abdominal injury
  • Provide care to a patient who has shock/hypoperfusion
5 hours
Obstetrics and Pediatrics

Suggested Courses:

  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child in cardiac arrest
  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child who has respiratory distress
  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child who has shock/hypoperfusion
  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child who has trauma
8 hours
Flexible Core Content – 24 hours total
Airway, Breathing and Cardiology

Suggested Courses:

  • Assess and provide care for an adult patient who has respiratory distress
  • Use oxygen delivery system components
  • Perform techniques to ensure a patent airway
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who is experiencing non-traumatic chest pain/discomfort
8 hours
Medical Emergencies

Suggested Courses:

  • Assess and provide care to a patient who has an altered mental status
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who has a history of diabetes
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who is experiencing a seizure
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who was exposed to heat or cold
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who is experiencing a behavioral problem
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who has a suspected communicable disease
5 hours
Trauma

Suggested Courses:

  • Provide care to a patient who has a painful, swollen, deformed extremity
  • Assess and provide care to a patient who has a burn injury
1 hour
Obstetrics and PediatricsSuggested Courses:

  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child who has suspected non-accidental trauma or neglect
  • Assess and provide care to an infant or child who has a fever
  • Assess and provide care to an obstetric patient
  • Provide care to a newborn
  • Provide care to a mother immediately following delivery of a newborn
8 hours
Operational Tasks

  • Use body mechanics when lifting and moving a patient
  • Communicate with a patient while providing care
2 hour

**  Students are responsible for submitting their own paperwork to National Registry.  Students will receive a completion certificate with course details at the course conclusion.

Class Location:
CPR Training Center
479 Buckland Road
South Windsor, CT 06074

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