Course overview

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Welcome to Your First Aid Training Course

Course Structure and Content

Before we delve into the course, let's take a closer look at what you can expect from your training. The course is thoughtfully organized into distinct categories, each containing a series of informative videos. Feel free to pause and revisit any video whenever needed. We are committed to keeping our course content up to date, so you'll always have access to the latest videos and replacements as they become available.

Course Interaction and Support

While this is an online course, we're here to provide support whenever you have questions. You can reach out to us via phone, email, or our convenient online chat facility available on our websites.

Structured Learning Path

To ensure comprehensive understanding, it's recommended to follow the course videos in the order presented. Now, let's provide you with an overview of the course content.

Course Categories

Section 1: First Aid Fundamentals

In this initial section, we'll cover essential topics such as first aid regulations, understanding the human body's functions, addressing common fears related to first aid, ensuring scene safety, DRAB and the ABCDs, proper use of face shields, initial assessment, and the recovery position.

Section 2: Respiration and Cardiac Care

Our next section delves into respiration, breathing, and pulse points. We'll also tackle critical subjects like cardiac arrest and CPR, exploring adult CPR, responses to drowning incidents, compression-only CPR, techniques for enhancing compressions and breaths, and effective CPR methods. Heart attacks and choking will also be comprehensively covered.

Section 3: Bleeding Control

Within the First Aid at Work course, we provide thorough guidance on managing serious external bleeding. You'll learn how to address catastrophic bleeding control and become proficient in the use of tourniquets and haemostatic dressings.

Section 4: Other First Aid Topics

Our final course category will equip you with knowledge about various important subjects, including epilepsy management, handling allergic reactions, burn care, and providing first aid for minor injuries.