LiveO2 Level 1 Training Certification
Denver Colorado June 22nd - 23rd
Please join us for our liveO2 level 1 training certification. This day and a half event will provide 10 hours of interactive and fun training on the liveO2 systems and protocol applications. This has been geared towards training the staff members that will be applying the protocols in clinics but is open to anyone wanting a deeper understanding of our systems and training. Upon completion of this training, you will have the option to be listed on our website as a certified liveO2 trainer and receive priority when we are contacted for local demos.
Schedule and details:
Event location & lodging
Hyatt House Denver International Airport (main conference room)
18741 East 71st Avenue
Denver, CO 80249
Tel: (303) 262-4282 Fax: (303) 262-4292
We have negotiated a special room rate for the group of $159 per night. Use the Code G-LIVE when booking your reservation online or over the phone.
Denver International Airport
Airport code: DIA
The Hyatt House hotel offers 24hour complimentary shuttle service directly from DIA.
We will be providing a healthy lunch on Saturday the 22nd and snacks/water all day both days.
Training Duration - 10 Hours(day and a half)
9:00-Introduction round robin
9:15-End goal and expectations for Level 1 training by LiveO2 trainers.
9:30-End goal and expectations for Level 1 training by attendees.
9:45-Outline/description of how the 10 hours will go and time spent.
10:00-History/background of OMST and how it led to where we are now with LiveO2
10:15-Science behind LiveO2
10:30-A narrated sample session with an attendee for all to observe
10:50-A step by step review of the sample session and the reasons for each step.
11:10-A 2nd narrated sample session with more details
11:30-PulseOx use and troubleshooting.
1:00-Appropriate protocol use for various people and situations
1:30-Sessions-Attendees partner up and put each other through a session while being observed.
2:15-Discuss and troubleshooting sessions with attendees.
3:00-Break & Snack
3:30-Safety precautions regarding medical conditions and best practice guidelines
4:15-Sessions 2-Attendees partner up and put each other through a session while being observed.
5:00-Closing comments and outline for day 2 expectations.
8:45-Level 2-3 training description.
9:00-A review and observe a session with questions and troubleshooting to follow.
10:00-All attendees conduct "final exam" session 2 at a time to be observed by the others
11:00-Final questions and troubleshooting.
11:30-Presentation of swag and Level 1 certificate
Noon-Depart for home!
Questions? Call us for details!