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Training for kids, teens, and adults. This is one lesson you can’t afford to miss!

Popular Training Options

Digital – Here’s how it works:

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Kids (grades 1-3 digital)

Our Interactive Learning Module (digital) combines our training video with the graphics and notetaking tools that our paper copy includes, PLUS a final quiz so the leader can track comprehension results. Students go at their own pace, but we have timed this part of the lesson at about 15 minutes. The lesson includes sections of teaching with some interaction, knowledge checks, and a final quiz. All parts of this module are narrated (including the quiz questions and answer choices), so the youngest readers can follow along, but not get frustrated with the reading level… MORE 

Currently available in English.

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Kids (grades 4-7 digital)

Learners in these grades will have the same interactive lesson as those in grades 1-3, but in the final quiz the question’s answer choices will be randomized and are not narrated. In our pilots, kids in these grades believed the information to be important and thought the lesson was effective in its teaching… MORE

Currently available in English.

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Teens (grades 7-12 digital)
Parents/Staff/Adult Volunteers (digital)

Ideal as a repeat lesson or for those who have never learned the Heimlich Maneuver®. These participants will have a printable or digital pdf that allows them to take important information with them as they leave the training. They will follow the pdf as they watch the 8-minute training video on our YouTube channel or, as a group, watch the DVD we send to the leader… MORE

Materials currently available in English.

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Paper materials and DVD – Here’s how it works:  

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Kids (grades 1-3)

Our youngest learners watch a short (12-minute) video as they follow along in their flipbook. Since they have not yet developed notetaking skills, the flipbook has most answers already written in for them. Estimated time for this part of the lesson is 15-20 minutes… MORE 

Materials available in both English and Spanish.

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Kids (grades 4-7)

Learners in these grades will interact with the lesson a bit more. The Trifold organizer that they use while watching the same (12-minute) video as grades 1-3, allows them to hear the question, pause the video to write what they know, and then add to their answer as the video continues playing. Estimated time for this part of the lesson is 20-30 minutes… MORE

Materials available in both English and Spanish.

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Teens (grades 8-12)

Ideal as a repeat lesson or for those who have never learned the Heimlich Maneuver. These participants have a less structured notetaking tool to use as they watch a short (8-minute) video… MORE

Materials currently available in English.

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Parents/Staff/Adult Volunteers

Make sure teachers, custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers, and parent volunteers in your building know how to respond to a choking emergency. Watch a short (8-minute) training video and follow along with the notes page… MORE

Materials currently available in English.

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