Aims & Objectives
The aims and objectives of this course is to provide the attendee with the essential skills required to carry out the basic life support required to save an adult or child’s life until the emergency services arrive. All attendees will gain an understanding of the importance of how and when to activate the emergency services. This course is aimed at incidents and accidents that may happen in and around the school.
One Day – 6 hours
This course is delivered via a range of techniques including;
- Instructor led presentation
- Group practice
- Group discussion
- DVD presentation
The number of different methods of presentation is flexible to suit the needs of the group.
This course is subject to ongoing assessment by the instructor throughout the course. There is no final assessment. The instructor observes attendees practice sessions as the training progresses to ensure the required level of understanding.
All successful attendees will be awarded a certificate which meets all the requirements for an Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools certificate recommended by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).
What do I need to host this course on site?
A room that will comfortably seat the amount of attendees and allow for floor practice for the duration of the course
Order of the Day
- Introduction & Course Administration
- Roles of the Appointed Person
- Primary Assessment
- Recovery Position
- Secondary Assessment
- CPR – Adult & Child
- Choking – Adult & Child
- Anaphylactic Shock
- Questions and Answers
- Course Closure and Evaluations