emergency first aid training sheffield rotherham

Course duration:

Full day (6 hours)

About:

In addition to First Aiders, your workplace may also require Emergency First Aiders who can deal with emergency situations that happen at work and can also support designated First Aiders.

This one day course will help you learn the knowledge needed to know what to do if an accident or sudden illness occurs at work and the skills to be able to give emergency first aid to the casualty or casualties.

This course meets the requirements of the HSE and helps employers meet their legal obligations.

Benefits:

  • Practical course with many hands on activities including practising CPR on manniquins, the Heimlich manoeuvre on choking vests and learning how to use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) machine
  • Know how to manage and handle an emergency or sudden accident
  • Understand how best to communicate with the casualty
  • Improve the recording of incidents and accidents in line with regulations
  • If you’re an employer, it will ensure you and your staff are meeting HSE requirements and may prevent any prosecutions
  • Certified as an Emergency First Aider for 3 years
  • Face-to-face training with an expert where you can ask questions and discuss real life scenarios

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I have gained invaluable knowledge in life saving skills and awareness which will help me in the future
— Laura @ Moorgate Rotherham. 22/08/16
The tutor was very good at explaining things to us and demonstrating. Excellent at answering our questions. He made it fun to learn
— B.Briggs @ Principle Support Ltd. 11/04/17
It was the best first aid course I have been on. Very informative and very enjoyable
— G.W @ Aaron House Sheffield. 28/04/17
It’s good to feel empowered and have the confidence to help people in need/danger
— S.H @ Meadow Grange. 24/04/18

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at anyone wanting to learn life saving skills and who want to know what to do in emergency situations.

What this course covers:

  • The role and responsibilities of the emergency first aider
  • Assessing situations and circumstances including;
    - Resuscitation
    - Angina
    - Fainting
    - Heart attack
    - Choking
    - Anaphylaxis
    - Hygiene
    - Bleeding control
    - Shock
    - Minor burns and scalds
    - Recovery Position
    - Foreign Objects
    - Seizures
    - Legalities
  • Communication with a casualty
  • Recording of incidents and accidents

Certification

Upon completion of the course, you will receive certification that lasts for 3 years.

Minimum recommended refresher frequency

Annually*

*as suggested in the 'Skills for Care ongoing learning and development in adult social care' guide - page 23


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