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CPR Certification Requirements for Coaches in Vermont


Vermont is a unique and special state, and it’s one of the states that has recently seen a surge of support for online-based CPR certification in recent years. 

Just like any state, it’s important to know what the acceptance is for online CPR certifications. Below we’ve prepared a list of the specific approvals of ProTrainings courses for Coaches in the state of Vermont.
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Summary of CPR Certification Requirements for Vermont



  • Coaches in Vermont are required to have an Adult, Child, and Infant Pediatric CPR, AED and First Aid certification.
  • The Vermont Agency of Education requires a Lay Rescuer CPR, AED certification. Required training should include; Adult, Child, Infant CPR, AED, and First Aid.
  • An online course is accepted in Vermont for Coaches.
  • A practical (hands-on) skills component may be required by your local district to maintain employment.
  • CPR certification requirements are decided by the individual School Districts upon employment.
  • Most employers will require a Lay Rescuer CPR, AED, and First Aid certification for all ages.
 

Course Content


Coaches in Vermont usually need a Lay Rescuer CPR, AED certification. Required training should include; Adult, Child, Infant CPR, AED and First Aid.



Delivery Method

Coaches in Vermont may complete their training online, in-person or via a blended course in order to meet their state licensure requirement. Different school districts may require a specific training method or a specific provider.

If you are not certain of your employer's requirement, make sure to check with them about both the training type and the required course content.

List of ALL Board and approval bodies:

Department of Health, Agency of Education

Summary of CPR Certification Requirements for Vermont:

The Vermont Agency of Education requires Coaches to maintain a certification in Adult, Child, and Infant Pediatric CPR, AED and First Aid. A hands-on skills demonstration is not required on the state level for licensing, but may be required at the local district level.

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Coaches Education Program
Requirements: In order to be a coach in a VPA member school, all coaches in grades 9 through 12 are required to complete the following education requirements.

CPR/AED/EAP Training – Anyone Can Save a Life – must be completed before the first practice of a sports season. Must be renewed every two years. School specific training may also be used, the only requirement is that there must be a hands-on component (AED/CPR). CPR may be compression-only training. This requirement is mandatory for all PAID coaches, recommended for volunteers.

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Vermont Principals’ Association (VPAONLINE)

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Progress through your CPR and first aid certification online from any device! Easily complete your training online so you can finish your certification anytime, anywhere.

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Blended

In addition to your online first aid and CPR certification, practice hands-on with a CPR manikin in a blended program.

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Classroom

Our online CPR and first aid certification resources can be used to facilitate classroom training, skills practice, and continuing education.

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