PHECC First Aid Response CourseFirst Aid Courses
This PHECC First Aid Response course comprises of 2 days webinar-based training followed by a traditional classroom session on Day 3 to allow for practical exercises and assessments.
This PHECC First Aid Response course is comprised of on-demand, self-paced eLearning modules followed by a 1-day traditional classroom session to allow for practical exercises and assessments.
On completion of this course, the First Aid Responder will be equipped with the necessary practical skills, knowledge, and confidence to give effective life support, diagnose and treat injuries or illness, and maintain the care and comfort of a patient until the arrival of emergency medical services. Also included is training in the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and the skills necessary to perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Recognise and Assess the causes and effects of sudden illness and/or injury.
- Call for emergency medical services and provide adequate cover until handover.
- React to emergencies and respond in a safe, effective and appropriate manner.
- Record and report actions and interventions.
- Retain a caring attitude in your role as a First Aid Responder.
- Patient Assessment
- Incident Procedures
- Cardiac First Response (CFR) Community
- Common Medical Emergencies
- Injury Management & Shock
- Care of an Unconscious Patient
- Burns & Electrical Injury Care
- Hypothermia & Hyperthermia
- Information management
- Well-Being of a First Aid Responder
MCQ Exam + Skills Assessment
On successful completion of this course, participants will receive a PHECC certificate valid for two years from the date of completion of the course.
This is a three-day comprehensive course. Days 1 and 2 are delivered via webinar with Day 3 in a traditional classroom setting for practical exercises and assessments.
This is comprised of self-paced on-demand eLearning Modules followed by one day in a traditional classroom setting for practical exercises and assessments.