Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools Overview:
This one-day (six hour) Emergency First Aid at Work course qualifies the delegate to act as an emergency first aider within their school with in-house certification that meets all HSE requirements and is valid for three years.
The course is delivered over 6 hours
Our group training is offered for 3-12 attendees per trainer
What is covered:
With continuous assessment of the participant’s practical skills throughout, this course covers all the elements of the Emergency First Aid at Work course:
- First aid in the workplace
- The roles and responsibilities of a first aider
- Emergency Action
- Breathing and Circulation
- Casualty Assessment
- Airway Obstruction
- Disorders of the Circulation
- Wounds and Bleeding
- Burns and Scalds
- Specific needs of the workplace can usually be included into the course content if required. This includes areas like anaphylaxis, diabetes and epilepsy.
It also specifically covers how to recognise and deal with asthma and anaphylaxis including:
- Allergen avoidance
- Recognition of symptoms
- Crisis management
- Practical training in adrenaline auto injectors
Who is the course for?
Our Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools course is suitable for all school staff including Teachers and Support Staff.
What will you achieve?
- Manage a situation and perform a casualty assessment
- Prioritise treatment and deal with minor injuries including shock
- Assist an unconscious casualty and demonstrate resuscitation procedure
- Recognise and treat choking, Asthma and anaphylaxis
Why Choose Able?
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