Who should attend the Basic Life Support and First Aid Skills training?
This Basic Life Support and First Aid Skills training is recommended for all individuals.
Lives are lost daily due to waiting for an ambulance or waiting for a first aider or just merely wasting time. The first three to five minutes is the most critical part of any medical emergency. With the Basic Life Support and First Aid Skills training,lives can be saved during this time. Electrocution, cardiac arrest, drowning, bleeding are some of the emergencies that are very common and are talking lives daily. Hence attending this training becomes very important, especially with the motive to save lives.
- Emergency First Aid Care
- Recognising an Emergency
- Deciding to Help
- Primary Life-Supporting Skills
- Initial Assessment
- CPR for Cardiac Arrest
- Bare, Prepare and Place Pads
- Control of Bleeding
- Managing Shock
- Ongoing Assessment
- Specific First Aid Problems
- Moving Patients
- Participants will practice essential skills in small group practices and can also apply those skills in optional scenario-based exercises.
Course Duration : 4 to 5 hours.
Class Size: 10 to 30 for best results.
The benefit of on-site training is you can choose the times during which courses are conducted to suit your organisation’s requirements. The course can also be delivered over the weekend. Contact us to discuss your needs.
Suggested Training upon completion of this course: Medic First Aid International – Basic Plus