Who should attend this CPR and First Aid course
This course is specifically designed for those who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency because of their job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. This is typically non professional healthcare providers who want to learn Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).
What you will learn in this CPR and First Aid course
This American Heart Association approved Heart Saver CPR and First Aid course teaches you how to recognize an emergency and to learn the basics of First Aid. A mixture of adult, child and infant CPR techniques are taught in addition to rescue techniques for choking victims. Candidates are also taught how to protect themselves by use of barrier devices.
How long will the CPR and First Aid Class last
To learn the specialist CPR techniques for adults, children and infants takes one hour per component and courses normally cover all three areas hence a course duration of three hours is the norm.
What you will have achieved by the end of the course
Completion of this course leads to the trainee being certified for two years in accordance with American Heart Associations guidelines. A fully validated certification card is issued to all attendees at the end of the course.
Course materials provided
All candidates in this CPR and First Aid course will be issued with a Heartsaver CPR /First Aid Student Workbook prior to attending this course. This workbook should be read before attending the course.