In just 12 hours of guided learning, your learners will have the skills, knowledge, confidence, and competence to be able to give a casualty effective CPR, and use an AED. Your learners will have the knowledge and skills to be able to treat minor burns, scalds, and wounds, and provide essential treatment to a casualty who is choking, having a seizure, has been poisoned, or who is in medical shock.
Your learners will also learn and revisit how to successfully manage a casualty who may have a minor bleed, burn, or scald, also learning to manage conditions such as a casualty suffering from anaphylactic shock, seizures, asthma, heart attacks, angina, SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) strokes, diabetes, severe choking, poisoning, drowning, and crushing injuries.
They will also revisit and learn how to provide treatment and safely manage a casualty who has sustained a neck injury, head injury, spinal injury, or has sustained broken bones, dislocation, ligament injury, or soft tissue injury.
This is an intensive 2-day (12 tutor guided learning hours) course that is only available for first aid at work first aider looking at renewing their qualification BEFORE expiry of current first aid at work qualification.