This course is fully accredited and compliant with OSHA’s requirements. The course will cover CPR procedures for the Adult, Child and Infant, use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Basic First Aid will cover controlling bleeding, shock, amputation, burns, sudden illness, stroke diabetic emergencies, choking and much more.
These classes are Blended Learning classes. Blended Learning is designed to cut down on the time spent in the classroom, and is designed to provide more hands on learning time. There are two parts to this course. Part one is the online class, and Part two is the scheduled hands-on skills practical and testing.
Once you are registered, and have paid for the for the course, you will be sent a link via email to join the online class (Part One). The online course (Part One) needs to be completed prior to the scheduled hands-on skills practical and testing date (Part-two). During part-two of the course, you will participate, and demonstrate the skills, and key knowledge set forth by American Safety & Health Institute’s (ASHI) curriculum specifications. Each participant will take a written test for each topic presented for certification. Upon successfully passing the written test(s), hands-on skills practical and testing session, you will be issued a certification card.
The online classroom (Part one) should take about three to four hours. The hands-on skills practical and testing should take approximately 2 1/2 hours.
This class is structured for people in the workplace and community ~ Teachers, child care workers, general industry, construction industry, parents, school bus drivers, emergency response teams in a work setting ~ just to name a few. This course is NOT recommended for people in the medical or dental industry, First Responders, Fire Fighters, EMS workers.
Small Business Awards
For 24 years, the Loudoun County Small Business Awards have been the most prestigious honors celebrating the best small businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations in our Loudoun community. Make plans now to secure your seat, or even a full table, on November 1, 2018 when the winners in 10 categories including the top prize, the 2018 Small Business of the Year . Winners announced in front of a live audience of more than 400 of Loudoun’s top business and community leaders.
The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce honors local heroes, from Public Safety personnel to ordinary citizens, for their courageous, often lifesaving actions in 2017 at the 33rd Annual Valor Awards ceremony on Friday, April 20th at The National Conference Center. The entire Loudoun County business community is invited to attend these Annual Valor Awards to help honor these dedicated public servants for their selfless acts of heroism and commitment to protecting our families, our neighbors and our community!
On January 26, 2018, we welcomed & celebrated the leadership of our 2017 Chairman of the Board, Tina Johnson (JP Events & Consulting) and welcomed in our new Chairman, Mitch Sproul (Toth Financial) and honored the Community Leadership Awards Finalists.
As a Signature Chamber event, the SuperHero 5k Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run offered companies a great way to show Loudoun County their commitment to healthy living for your employees and our community. This year’s race date is Sunday, May 20, 2018.
Golf Classic & Golf Tour
On August 20, 2018, we will host our 36th Annual Golf Classic event at the award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, The Club at Creighton Farms. This course is one of the finest on the Eastern Seaboard — is nothing short of spectacular. This event has been Loudoun County’s Premier business golf tournament for three decades.
The Loudoun Chamber Golf Tour is back for Round 7! This casual, networking tournament pairs you and a partner against a field of over 30 two-man teams in a progressive four month tournament.
Designed with the busy professional in mind, each event consists of a 9 hole round after work, followed by a short networking reception to get you home in time to put the kids to bed.
The team with the lowest cumulative score after four events is the 2018 Loudoun Chamber Golf Tour Champion.