These are for the high risk areas in the work place. However if you want to go above and beyond the minimum requirements then why not.

Day One:

Role and responsibilities of first aider

  • Role
  • Responsibilities
  • Infection control
  • Consent
  • First aid equipment
  • Incident reporting

Incident and casualty assessment

  • Scene survey
  • Primary survey
  • Calling for help/information needed

CPR and AED

  • Unresponsive casualty not breathing normally
  • Safe use of an AED

Unconscious casualty breathing normally

  • Recovery position
  • Secondary Survey (top too toe)

Management of a seizure

Choking casualty

Shock

  • Types
  • Recognition
  • Treatment

External bleeding

  • Types
  • Treatment

 Minor injuries

  • Small cuts
  • Grazes
  • Bumps
  • Bruises
  • Small splinters
  • Minor burns & scalds
  • Nosebleeds

Day Two

Respiratory system

Hypoxia

  • Recognition
  • Symptoms

Chest injuries

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Asthma and hyperventilation

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Circulatory system

Wounds and bleeding

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Eye injuries

  • Types
  • Treatment

Anaphylaxis

  • Recognition
  • Triggers
  • Treatment
  • Epipen, Jext Pen & emerade


Angina

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Heart attack

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Stroke

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Burns and scalds

  • Recognise different types
  • Working out the depth
  • Working out the size
  • Treatment

Poisonous substances

  • Types
  • How it can enter the body
  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Day Three

Fractures

Dislocations

Sprains and strains

  • Recognition
  • Treatment
  • Support Sling
  • Elevation sling

Head and spinal injuries

  • Types
  • Recognition
  • Treatment
  • Manual Inline Stabilisation (MILS)

 Epilepsy

  • Recognition
  • Treatment

Diabetes

  • Recognition
  • Treatment


Although day three like it’s not a lot we spend a lot of time recapping on al the subjects, this can be done in different ways such as.

  • Card Games
  • Ball games
  • Quizzes
  • Practical


The course will require you to be able to perform CPR on the floor. You will have a written test paper. If any of these concern you, please contact us so we can see if we can help you. Its our aim to find ways to get you to retain the information for your assessments.


Your certificate is valid for 3 years.

Accordion Sample Description

We are working on the First Aid at Work blended course but its not quite ready yet.