Emergency First Aid with Adult CPR Training

Why you need this Training
What is first aid at work?
Approach and Methodologies
Course Content
Why you need this Training

The first few minutes after an injury or medical emergency are the most crucial to determine the rate and

duration of recovery. Knowing what to do in the event of an injury or emergency will help you stay calm

and take the proper actions and precautions to help the causality have the best chances of a full

recovery Studies show that one out of every seven people has the opportunity to use CPR at least once in their

lifetime. When someone is not breathing, their brain does not get the oxygen it needs and irreversible

brain damage can occur within four to six minutes and death can occur within ten minutes

Taking a course on first aid and CPR can help you; help the people you encounter on a daily basis.

Furthermore, knowing these skills will help you remain calm in the event of an emergency because you’ll

know exactly what you need to do.

What is first aid at work?

People at work can suffer injuries or be taken ill. It doesn’t matter whether the injury or illness is caused

by the work they do or not, it is important to give them immediate attention and call an ambulance in

serious cases. First aid at work covers the arrangements you should make to ensure this happens. It

can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major ones

Approach and Methodologies

Participants will gain essential knowledge and skills through:

Theory Session

• Dynamic & highly engaging presentation

• Interactive and fun

• Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia

presentation

Practical Session

• Hands-on experience

• Participant-orient

Course Content

  • Emergency Scene Management Shock
  • Unconsciousness and Fainting Choking –
  • Adult Cardiovascular Emergencies and one Rescuer CPR-Adult Medical Conditions Severe Bleeding Wound Care Burns

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