Workplace CPR First Aid Training Courses
Work Place CPR & AED Flexiable Courses & Patient Care Standards
Large working groups and corporate teams benefit from a customised medic workshop that includes practical hands-on demonstrations and scenario training teaching people to work as a team when the situation needs it the most.
Internationally Recognised Training
Emergency First Response Training follows the emergency considerations and protocols as developed by the members of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). Current members include the American Heart Association, the Australian Resuscitation Council, and the Resuscitation Council of Asia, and many others.
Workplace CPR First Aid Training Goals
Learn how to respond to victims of a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest, unresponsiveness, difficulty breathing, and choking. Prompt and early defibrillation of a patient’s abnormal heart rhythm is vital – even seconds count. An AED is a computerized and portable machine that automatically analyses the cause of the cardiac arrest and if appropriate reliably delivers a shock to the patient in sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
CPR AED Training Sessions Break Down
1. Theory Lesson (30%)
CPR & AED teaches you the steps and processes for handling life-threatening emergencies. You will learn how to prioritize emergency procedures using the AB-CABS memory word and monitor a patient’s Cycle of Care. This important information and guidelines on critical care emergency is based on the same priorities used by medical professionals.
2. Practical Lessons (70%)
The skill development and mock emergency scenario sessions are delivered by your CPR trainers based on real life incidents and may include the following techniques depending on the level of presentation that you require;
How & When to activate the local Emergency Medical Services
Recognizing a medical emergency is not always obvious and early activation of the local emergency services can be a life saver. We offer information and guidelines on scene assessment safety for the rescuer and how to activate professional medical care using the Call First and Care First approaches to taking action in a medical emergency.
Barrier Protection for the Rescuer
It is important for lay person rescuers to protect themselves from disease transmission when offering medical care to others. Learn how to use personal protective barriers such as latex gloves and mouth shields using appropriate cleaning and disposal methods effectively.
CPR for Adults Children & Infants
The Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation workshop is important for everyone and it specifically covers the CPR rate for Adults, Children and Infants, and the very latest guidelines for compression depth. Do you know how fast you should push ? How deep should you push and when should you stop giving CPR to your patient ? How does CPR help to save a life ?
Near Drowning Incidents
One of the most popular topics in our on-site seminars is the drowning first aid workshop which is a very popular parent group first aid presentation as they are extremely concerned for the safety of their children near water, especially swimming pools. Be informed about the latest changes in CPR recommendations for victims in water.
Poisoning Symptoms and How to activate the local PCC
Generally aimed at parents and child carers, the section for poisoning covers ingested and inhaled poisons and chemical substances. Do you know how to contact the nearest Poison Control Center ? When should you induce vomiting ?
Severe Bleeding Injuries
Do you know how long you may have to wait for the emergency medical services in your area ? Discover some potentially life-saving skills in serious bleeding accidents. Learn three ways to stem the flow of arterial blood and how to protect yourself from disease transmission and other blood borne pathogens.
Spinal Injury Management
Helping a patient with a suspected spinal injury calls for special skills and training. Although you would not usually move someone with suspected spinal damage, we can give you techniques if it was necessary to turn someone and render CPR.
Treatment For Shock
Could you recognise some of the signs and symptoms of a patient in shock ? Shock management skills can make a huge difference to help someone while you are waiting for the EMS to arrive.
3. Certifying Examination
Your Workplace CPR First Aid Training course ends with a questions and answers session and certificate
Workplace CPR First Aid Training course Summary
The length time and level of your Workplace CPR First Aid Training course is totally flexible.
Typical training sessions are based around either a 2 hrs / a half a day 4 hrs/ or a full day 6hrs during these sessions we aim to devilver Emergency First Response CPR & Automated External Defibrillation (AED) course to build skills in Primary Care (CPR) and teach you the proper use of AED. We can include and customize your interest to include emergency oxygen use aswell as explore none life threatening injury and illness aspects.
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