CPR - refresher 2hrs
Dealing with an unconscious casualty to include:- Duties of a first aider Primary survey Secondary survey Recovery position Include Practical
The Basic Life Support course is ideal for those whom need to understand the basics of first aid. The 2-3 hours’ programme provides attendees with Basic First Aid skills in line with current UK Resuscitation Council guidance and focuses on immediate priorities and initial, time critical care for life threatening situations. This includes dealing with someone who has stopped breathing, is bleeding severely or has become unconscious.
This 6hrs training session is design to help delegates learn all necessary skills to be able to administer first aid within their working environment.
Automated External Defibrillation (AED) is well established as the only effective therapy for cardiac arrest. The chances of successful defibrillation decline at a rate of 7-10% with each minute. Basic life support may help to sustain a shockable rhythm but is not a definitive treatment. We offer a comprehensive Automated External Defibrillation (AED) programme based on the necessary theory, backed up with lots of practical sessions. The course is run over half a day, and is made as informative, yet as enjoyable as possible, thus allowing the students to gain confidence in what is a new and possibly somewhat daunting skill.
The course consists of two units, Emergency Paediatric First Aid and Managing Paediatric Illness, Injuries and Emergencies, which are taught in very interactive and engaging manner. On the course candidates will learn the essential first aid skills to deal with young children, including CPR, resuscitation, dealing with choking, bleeding, asthma, allergic reactions and much more.
Sessions based on client's requirements - to include anaphylaxis and Epi-pen, head injuries, epilepsy and Buccal Midazolam.
Training will facilitate best practice guidelines and ensure that all attending will have the skills and knowledge to provide a safe, effective environment for people with epilepsy.