K-12 School Card
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Q: What is the Heartsaver for K-12 Schools card?
A: The Heartsaver for K-12 Schools course completion card was created to provide a cost-effective Heartsaver course completion card for K-12 school systems. It signifies that an individual in the K-12 school system has successfully completed the objectives and skills evaluations in accordance with the curricula of the AHA Heartsaver programs.
Q: Who can receive a Heartsaver for K-12 Schools card?
A: This card may be issued for all Heartsaver courses taught in schools for kindergarten through 12th grade. This includes elementary, middle, junior, and high schools. This card may be issued to school students, faculty, and staff. “Faculty” refers to teachers and coaches; “staff” refers to an employee of a K-12 school or K-12 school system.
Q: For what Heartsaver courses can the K-12 Schools card be issued?
A: This card may be issued for Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, Heartsaver CPR AED, and Heartsaver First Aid courses taught in K-12 school systems.
Q: Does the Heartsaver for K-12 Schools card look different from other Heartsaver cards?
A: Yes. The new card has a different name, color, and background design to distinguish it from traditional Heartsaver courses and protect it from being used outside of the K-12 schools market. Language on the card specifies the card is for the K-12 audience.
The Heartsaver for K-12 Schools course completion card includes the following identification and security features:
• Includes space for optional modules:
- Child CPR AED
- Infant CPR
- First Aid
- Exam (optional; not mandated by the AHA)
• Features green instead of blue color used on other Heartsaver course completion cards
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