Anyone of any age can have a cardiac arrest, so every second counts. Having trained first aiders that can start CPR and having a defibrillator on site can increase the chance of survival.
Why attend this course?
This course is ideal for anyone that wants to refresh their CPR skills and learn how to operate an AED. But no previous training is needed, this course is open to anyone even if you have never been on a first aid course before. AED machines and training have been proven to save lives.
Who should attend this course?
Anyone wanting to add the use of an AED to their portfolio, whether it’s for the workplace, sports clubs, social events or working towards the Duke of Edinburgh.
- The role of the first aider
- Managing an emergency
- Communication and casualty care
- Chest pains
- Getting to know the AED (any type)
- Operating the AED
- Treatment of an unresponsive casualty
- Resuscitation (CPR)
Written and practical assessment is carried out throughout the day by a qualified Trainer Assessor. Therefore learners will need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2).
On completion, successful candidates will receive an accredited certificate.
Why train with us?
All of our trainers hold professional teaching and assessor qualifications, which enables them to deliver high quality training.
Their knowledge, experience and teaching skills enable them to target all of your employees training needs, by using a wide range of teaching methods, resources and learning aids.
Our Internal Quality Assurance team regularly carryout training and assessment audits during training sessions, to ensure the training we provide not only follows current guidance but is delivered in a professional and consistent manner.
On successful completion of a course a certificate will be issued which should qualify students for Continuous Professional Development.