Did You Know that the California Legislature has mandated changes to POST (Peace Officer Standards Training) requirements?

Effective April 1, 2017

All Police Officers are required to complete 21 hours of CPR and First Aid training (see California Code of Regulations – Title 22).

After April 1st, 2017 all new Police Officers must complete 21 hours of First Aid, CPR and AED training (LD34) offered in the Police Academy.

That all Police Officers who’s regular duties are not administrative only must complete 8 hours of First Aid, CPR, and AED every two years.

All Police Officers who Completed their First Aid, CPR, and AED training before April 1st, 2017 must complete an “update” class (POST 21798) meeting the new content requirement standards prior to their next required certification.

Those Officers that complete their training after April 1st 2017 must comply with the new standards. AHA classes are permissible as Red Cross Classes have been eliminated from Title 22.

There are two methods available to complete the 8 hr required update class.

(1) An in person 8 hr. class. The instructor must have completed the POST updated instructor training. Protech is a certified provider of the update class.

(2) POST offers a Learning Technology online blended learning class through the POST web portal. Authorized personnel can take the online portion at anytime. Upon completion the student must complete a ” hands on skills testing ” segment. Protech personnel are POST approved for the skills testing class.

Arrangements can be made for our instructors to come to your facility to complete the skills testing. Upon completion POST will issue 8 hrs CPT credit.

For more information or to schedule a class for your officers, contact us!

All certification courses are taught by current and retired Firefighters, Paramedics, and Law Enforcement personnel.

Title 22
Law Enforcement
First Aid for Public Safety Personnel: The purpose of this course is to provide the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the first aid requirements for lifeguards, fire fighters and peace officers as defined in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations.

ASHI&AHA – We are both ASHI and AHA certified.
ASHI- American Safety and Health Institute classes are ones that your students will remember, the classes are hands on.

American Heart Association:

Stop the Bleed – “You cannot do what you do not know, so we will explain not only how but why certain emergency medical procedures work and under what conditions they work best”

In STB we will cover: how to use a tourniquet, hemostatic agents, wound packing, pressure bandages and chest seal.

STB also includes: general bleeding control, types of bleeding, indications for tourniquet use, tourniquet application, indications for the use of hemostatic dressings, hemostatic dressing application, indications of a sucking chest wound and application of a chest seal