Emergency Medical Responder
An Emergency Responder is the first medically trained person to arrive on a scene of an emergency. The Emergency Responder provides care to injured persons, and assists other emergency medical service providers. This course will train students how to recognize emergency situations, maintain personal safety, and provide basic emergency care including CPR and First Aid, prevention of disease transmission, along with an understanding of ethical and legal considerations. This course will prepare students who are interested in a career as a firefighter, law enforcement officer, emergency medical technician, or paramedic.
See Mr. Harshberger (room E161) if you have any questions.
Students must abide by CVHS, CRY-ROP, and classroom computer useage policies in order to use the classroom laptops. Violations of laptop useage can result in students not beling allowed to use the classroom laptops. Extensions on assignments will not be granted due to student laptop use banishment.
This course meets current articulaion criteria in the following manor: An articulation agreement is an officially approved agreement that matches coursework between schools. Articulation agreements are designed to build strong partnerships between ROP and local community colleges. The agreement outlines specific courses, letter grades, and requirements completed at the ROP that will transfer to the community college.
Articulation minimizes needless duplication by allowing students to receive college credit for completing approved ROP/high school courseshttps://home.cccapply.org/ (This is the main one)