It is becoming more of a requirement that people have their emergency first aid qualification and it is looked upon favourably by employers when applying for a job. If you are a professional looking after children, or coaching in a sporting or fitness environment, we believe it is your professional responsibility to ensure you know how to deal with adverse situations.
Our Emergency first aid at work course covers everything you need. We make sure, that should you need to use these newly learned skills, that you will be competent. We run small group training only and there are plenty of mannequins to make sure you get lots of hands on practice and feedback. Unlike many courses our tutors are practicing medical professionals and have done CPR and first aid regularly and have professional experience working in busy Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments.
During the course you will cover:
- Common Medical Conditions
- And much more!
Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate (EFAW)
Students must be over 16 years of age. There are no other entry requirements.
You will be supported throughout the course by your dedicated educational supervisor.
In this short module we discuss how to get the most out of the course and what you need to do!
Here we cover the following areas:
- Resuscitation Council Guidelines
- Adult and Child sequence
- Scene Safety Assessment
- Universal Precautions
- Communicable Disease Protection
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Unconscious Obstructed Airway Management
- Serious Bleeding Management
- Shock Management
- Spinal Injury
Here we cover Injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. Our students focus on secondary assessment and first aid through knowledge development, skill development and relevant and common scenarios practice. Key conditions include:
- Heart Attack
- Nose Bleed
- Epileptic Fit and many more!
As part of this module we cover these topics as well:
- Injury Assessment
- Illness Assessment
- Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures
- Managing the unconscious casualty
Common case studies will be presented and reviewed in a problem based learning manner. Topics will include:
- Neck injury
- Soft-tissue injury
- Heart attacks
- Stroke/ TIA
- Hypoglycaemia (diabetes)
- Fitting (epilepsy)
- Heat and cool illness
This highly practical aspect of the course is loved by all our students!
David Lloyd, St John's Playing Field, Hull Road, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 3LG Venue:
Saturday 29 February 2020 10:00-18:00
Note: Bookings close on Thursday 27 February 2020
You will be assessed by:
- Scenario based Practical Exam.
- Ongoing practical assessment.