Basic Life Support and First Aid

cpr with aed training and blur background - Basic Life Support and First Aid
Course No. 1024

£295.00 ((Ex VAT))

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  • Online - Zoom 2 hour(s)
  • Up to 12 delegates
  • Certificate of Attendance Provided
Available Funding:
Self Funded
Silver VIP Customers: 2 VIP Hours
Gold VIP Customers: £0.00

Course Outline

Our Basic Life Support and First Aid training course (BLS training) equips participants with essential life-saving skills to confidently respond to emergencies. This comprehensive program covers fundamental aspects of emergency response, emphasizing quick and effective actions that can make a crucial difference. Participants will learn to recognize and assess emergency situations, ensuring their personal safety while activating Emergency Medical Services promptly.

The course delves into hands-on techniques such as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). Practical modules address choking incidents, wound care, bleeding control, and the management of shock and fainting. Participants will gain insight into treating burns, scalds, seizures, and allergic reactions, as well as recognizing and responding to poisoning. Additionally, the training covers basic principles of handling heat-related illnesses and hypothermia.

Through a blend of theoretical knowledge, video demonstrations and practical exercises, attendees will develop the skills necessary to provide immediate and effective first aid in various scenarios. The course concludes with a final assessment, ensuring participants are well-prepared to handle real-life emergencies. Upon of our BLS training course, individuals will receive certification, validating their competence in Basic Life and First Aid, contributing to a safer and more prepared community.

  • The aims of basic life support​ (BLS)
  • Things to consider when arriving on the scene​
  • How to conduct a primary survey​
  • How to conduct a secondary survey​
  • How to put a casualty into the recovery position​
  • The protocols for administering CPR
  • How to use a defibrillator (AED)​
  • How to deal with a choking casualty
  • The treatment for bleeds, burns, scalds and shock​
  • The protocol for accident reporting​

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