This comprehensive course is particularly suited to those with an interest in learning first aid and for groups such as youth clubs, sporting organisations and transition year students. The basic first aid course will enable participants to act as a back up to Occupational First Aiders in an occupational setting and/or respond to an emergency prior to the arrival of more qualified personnel. Participants will learn a range of practical basic first aid skills so that they can deal competently and confidently with common injuries at home, at work, during leisure time or in the community. Included in the training are the basic techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the action to take in the event of choking for adults and children. The course can be adapted to include training in the use of an Automated External Defibrillator if required.
2 Days or 12 hours. This course can be split into modules and delivered over a number of days/weeks to suit groups and school students.
Accident Scene Management & Casualty Assessment
Control of bleeding and treatment of wounds and shock
Injuries to bones & joints
Burns & Scalds
Heart Attack & Cardiac Arrest
CPR – Adult, Child & Infant
Cardiac First Responder (AED) training can be included as an add-on*
Youth Clubs, Groups and Associations
Transition Year Students