3 Hour Emergency First Aid
The Emergency First Aid course is designed to equip teachers with the knowledge and skills required to administer First Aid in a medical emergency. This course is run over 3 hours and includes both theory and practical sessions, it will give teachers a good basic insight to dealing with basic medical emergencies that may arise in a school environment.
Course Objectives /Aims & Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the course delegates will be able to manage and treat basic First Aid injuries.
Aims & Objectives:
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to recognise and treat a casualty who has suffered from the following conditions: The candidate will also be fully aware of their roles and responsibilities as a First Aider. By the end of the course the candidate will be able to:
- Describe the Role of the school First Aider
- Deal with Incident and casualty management including recovery position
- Recognise and undertake a Primary assessment, Including CPR
- Recognise and treat a Choking child
- Examine and treat Wounds and bleeding
- Recognise and Management of a Heart Attack
- Deal with Play injuries such as bumps, trips and falls
- Examine and treat Head injuries
- Recognise and Management medical conditions
Mode of Delivery:
This course will be delivered in a classroom environment with a combination of theory sessions and practical demonstrations. This will include the following:-
- Interactive Exercises
- Individual or Group Exercises
- Visual Aids e.g. short DVD/video, models, samples, etc
- Open Workshop
- Feedback Activity
Benefits perceived by participants:
By the end of this course candidates will gain an Emergency First Aid Certificate, issued by Ajuda. We recommend that they attend the 3 day First Aid at Work course, if they wish to further their knowledge in First Aid skills.
Teachers who would like an introduction into basic First Aid.
No prior qualification or experience required to attend this course