First Aid & CPR Training Knowing how to deliver Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) & First Aid is critical in responding to common emergencies. This course will prepare you to perform CPR, First Aid in accordance with the latest guidelines.
This is sometimes referred to as the three Ps:
- Preserve life.
- Prevent deterioration.
- Promote recovery.
This course will cover how to provide care to simple and complex injuries, respond to common medical problems, perform high quality CPR and safety and prevention. Populations covered include infants, children, and adult .
This course is not designed to make you a professional medical provider, and it will not teach you how to diagnose your child’s illness. This course is basic and necessary, and will cover the most common situations that can and will arise, as well as less common but dangerous situations that require immediate response. After taking this course you will feel more comfortable and confident, that if something should happen to a person and you are in the area, you will be able to properly assess what needs to be done and take the right steps to control the situation until help arrives.
There are many situations where appropriate steps taken immediately can save lives, prevent future complications, prevent bad situations from getting worse, and make sure that the healing process starts effectively and immediately.
Who this training is for:
- Complete Beginners with no previous knowledge
- Health Care Professionals
- Medical Students
- Nursing and Allied Health Care Students
- Emergency Responders
- SHE Professional
- Fire marshal and Fire Man
- Bus Conductor
- Security Guard
- Anyone who wants to be prepared to save a life
- Current Parents
- Future Parents
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Scene Safety Vital signs, Primary Survey
- BLS, CPR Recovery Position
- Electric Shock
- Bone and Joint Injuries
- Spine Injuries
- Emergency Transfer and Victim Transfer
- Animal Bites
- Extreme Temperature
- Suspension Trauma
Demonstration of FIRST AID Equipment.
- AED Machine
- Ambu Bag
- Cervical Collar
- Triangular Bandage
- Cervical Collar
- Pocket Mask for CPR
- Spine Board
- Bamboo stick and cotton sheet for patient transportation in remote area
- Rope and Knots during First Aid
- Training Evaluation pre and post
- Handout Complimentary