Basic First AidFirst Aid Courses
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.
Persons who need to gain a basic knowledge and skills in emergency response in the home, community or work place
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%)