Let us introduce you to our student of the week, Baleigh W.!
Baleigh is currently taking First Aid and Safety. She really enjoys it, and finds it helpful for everyday life.
What do you like most about your Carone Learning course?
I like that I can work at my own pace, that way I can ensure I’m doing all my assignments up to my full potential.
What have you learned in your Carone Learning course that will most help you in your life?
Considering that I am taking first aid, I have learned how to evaluate a person whom may be ill or injured. By doing this, I can see signs when a person isn’t acting right. This will help to detect injuries or illnesses early on, which could potentially save someone’s life.
Has your Carone Learning course helped you improve your level of health or fitness?
Yes, it has taught me things to do, to keep me clean and healthy. Even small things and habits I start can improve my heath over time.
Has your cFitness Academy instructor helped you with your course or your goals?
Yes, very much so. Mrs. Wheelwright keeps up with my progress and sends me emails every so often to let me know how I am doing. By doing this, it helps me stay on track.
Why did you sign up for a course through cFitness Academy, and how has taking this course online been beneficial?
I had finished my first online class with plenty of time to spare. I didn’t want to just sit around and do nothing. I am currently in a Patient Care Technician class at our Career and Technical Center. By taking First Aid, I can already see vocabulary and skills that I have learned in both classes that go together.
Please share any other comments you have about cFitness Academy or your Carone Learning course.
I believe this class has already helped me tremendously and I have not even completed it. I have learned so many things that will benefit me as I continue my education to become a Registered Nurse.
Here’s what Baleigh’s teacher had to say about her:
Baleigh pays attention to detail and is very thorough and thoughtful with the work she does.
In Baleigh’s First Aid class she has been exploring how to help others in many situations. As part of an assignment she identified how to help others in the scene of an accident.
Question: What are some clues that would tell Alex that the scene is not safe to approach? Once the scene is deemed safe, what should Alex do to assess the people involved in the car accident?
Baleigh’s Response: Some clues that would tell Alex the scene was not safe to approach would be the road conditions, if he could see blood inside the cars, or if the cars kept sliding due to the conditions of the road. If it was deemed safe, he should go to each victim and ask them if they were okay, if they were in pain, and if they didn’t answer in some way, he would know that they were unconscious. He should then call the ambulance and fire department. He should not try to move the victims only stay with them to make sure nothing else happens.
Just as all of our students are unique, we think Baleigh is great and we’re proud to have her in class! Thanks, Baleigh!