This course equips you with practical skills to be a confident workplace first aider, enabling you to handle emergencies effectively.
Who can take this course?
It’s designed for individuals who want to become emergency first-aiders at work, meeting the training needs of organizations identifying this requirement in their first-aid assessments.
How long will it take?
To complete this emergency first aid at work qualification, expect about 7 hours of learning, usually in a single day, with at least 6 hours of direct instruction.
What is covered?
This qualification covers various topics, including the roles of a first aider, incident assessment, CPR, AED usage, aiding choking victims, dealing with bleeding, and hypovolaemic shock.
By completing this course, learners will gain the skills and confidence to assist someone who is unresponsive and breathing, having a seizure, choking, bleeding heavily, suffering from shock, or burns. They will also learn how to respond to heart attacks, strokes, asthma attacks, severe allergic reactions, and diabetic emergencies.
Additionally, the course provides guidance on casualty assessment, monitoring, seeking help, handling electrical incidents, accident documentation, and controlling hazardous substances. The assessment includes a practical demonstration and a multiple-choice theory test.