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 Training Programs

Scenario-based MEDIC First Aid courses provide efficient and effective training programs in CPR, AED, and first aid. Consistent materials make the most of limited time and tight budgets. PRINT DOWNLOADABLE HANDOUT HERE

Call or go to our INQUIRE NOW above to give us feedback without any obligations on course programs and time schedule you are interested in.          

Contact our office to schedule a course.

BasicPlus CPR, AED and First Aid for Adults 

Combines adult CPR, AED, and first aid training in a program designed for the occupational first aid provider. This flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. 

Course Length 4-5 Hours 
Student/Instructor Ratio 12/1 
Student/Equipment Ratio 3/1
Certificate Period 2 Years





Intended for Occupational first aid providers who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers. individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers but desire, or are required, to be certified in basic emergency medical care.   

Includes Student Book, Certificate Card & Wallet Skill Guide.  HSI Medic First Aid Certified course.





CRP/First Aid/AEDAll classes use professional training products needed to assure proper training and understanding.

Each course includes student or participant guidebooks.

Some products may be available to purchase.


Protecting Your World !


     CPR, First Aid



Why Louisiana Driving School could be the best choice for the beginning driver? 

At most driving schools their primary focus, is to help you get a driver's license. That's what they do. They will meet the states minimum standards. With those minimum standards you go out and pass the test. You get the driver's license and what do you have then? At that point, most beginning drivers know just enough to be a danger to themselves and others.

Too many beginner drivers will end up in crashes that first year they begin to drive with the parent having to be in the vehicle. The First year of driving is the riskiest year! Because they have not been trained well enough or given the frequent consistent repetition and the guided instruction they need to be a more pro-active collision free driver. 

It's as simple as that. There aren't any shortcuts here.You are about to embark into the adult world...driving. Do not short change this critical training and leave it up to chance.