This training course will provide trainees with the skills necessary to be able to provide treatment for an injury that does not require the attention of a medical practitioner or emergency services, including treatment to persons with respiratory and cardiac emergencies, bleeding and wounds, fractures, burns, etc.
- Responsibilities of First Aider
- Patient Assessment
- Respiratory emergencies
- Cardiac Emergencies (Automatic External Defibrillator training)
- Wounds and bleeding
- Altered levels of consciousness
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Burns and scalds, chemicals, electric shock.
- Understand the role of Basic First Aid
- Carry out a Patient Assessment
- Deal with Respiratory Emergencies
- Attend to Wounds and Bleeding
- Care for musculoskeletal injuries, and treat burns, scalds, chemicals and electric shock.
Candidates are advised that this course involves a high level of practical training.
Who Should Attend
Persons who need to gain a basic knowledge and skills in emergency response in the home, community or work place
Certification & Assessment
Delegates who successfully complete the course will receive a Holland Occupational Basic First Aid Certificate. Valid for two years.
To be successful delegates must pass
- Written Assessment (30%)
- Skills Demonstrations (70%)