Foundation Basic First Aid 4 hour course
This 4 hour introductory course is designed to give delegates a general overview of first aid procedures, and covers adult resuscitation, the recovery position and minor injuries. Who should attend? This course is suitable for novice first aiders, or for experienced first aiders as a skills update. What’s included? Training usually runs for around 4 hours. The trainer can accommodate up to 12 delegates on each course. On completion of this course, delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance in Foundation First Aid valid for one year. What’s covered? How to Perform Basic Life Support (C.P.R.), Adults Only Spinal and Head Injuries Choking Unconsciousness Bleeding and Wounds Further Information You might also consider a 6 hour basic Emergency First Aid at Work course, which in addition to this syllabus covers: Choking, Broken Bones, and The Responsibilities of an Emergency First Aider.
Basic Emergency First Aid at Work course
This is a one-day (6 – 7 hour) course covering the basics in workplace First Aid. Who should attend? Those wishing to learn basic first aid or those supporting a qualified first aider What’s included? Training usually runs for around 6 hours. The trainer can accommodate up to 12 delegates on each course. See modernechild.com to learn more info. On completion of this course, delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance in Basic First Aid at Work valid for three years. What’s covered? The role of the first aider Communicating with a casualty Contents of first aid kits (and avoiding cross infection) Recording of incidents and accidents Assessing the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency Administer first aid to a casualty who is unconscious and breathing Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Choking Wounds or bleeding Shock