Content. Incident Management & Safety. Basic Life Support (Resuscitation) Baby & Child. Unconscious Patient. Control of Bleeding & Shock. Burns & Scalds. Diabetes, Epilepsy, Asthma. Choking. Record Keeping. Stings & bites. Infantile convulsions. Head Injuries. Getting Help. First Aid Kits. Eye Injury. Poisons. Meningitis. Suitable for: it is ideal...
Suitable for: Persons/carers/teachers looking after pre-pubescent children.
Suitable for: All child minders, carers and teachers responsible for pre-pubesent children.
To develop skills in these areas: What defibrillation is and how it works. The causes of sudden cardiac arrest. The role of CPR in cardiac arrest. How to use an AED, including precautions when in use. Suitable for: All employees and individuals requiring training in the use of defibrillation equipment.
Incident and casualty management. Primary assessment. Emergency aid. Secondary assessment. Choking. Shock. Wounds and bleeding. Minor injuries. Recording & Reporting. Suitable for: Anyone who needs to prove competency in Emergency First Aid
Content includes: Incident and casualty management. Primary assessment. Emergency aid. Secondary assessment. Airway and breathing difficulties. Disorders of circulation. Wounds and bleeding. Bone, joint and muscle injuries. Burns and scalds. Epilepsy/diabetes/poisoning
Content. CPR. Recovery position. Heart attacks. Getting to know the AED. Operating the AED. Suitable for: Over 170,000 people die from sudden cardiac arrest in the UK every year. However, many can be saved if their heart is shocked back into rhythm with an automated external defibrillator. This is an ideal follow on from any first aid course. No...