March 2023 – Classroom Course
Who should do this Course
The course is for anyone wanting to learn how to recognize and care for people with life-threatening injuries before the arrival of healthcare practitioners. It is also for people who require basic first aid training as part of their job. This could include non-healthcare personnel, sports coaches, teachers and parents as a very small example.
There are currently no prerequisites for this course. Students should be physically well enough to carry out CPR as well as other practical skills, such as attempting to relieve the blockage in someone who is choking, placing somebody in the recovery position and putting bandages on injured limbs.
First Aid Response (FAR) is a new training standard developed by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council of Ireland. The objective of FAR is to improve, and replace the current Occupational First Aid course and have a standardized syllabus nationwide. FAR also includes the full Cardiac First Response Community standard.
- First Aid in the workplace
- Patient Assessment
- Incident Procedure
- Cardiac First Response – Community Level
- Common Medical Emergencies (asthma, diabetes, seizures, poisoning, fainting)
- Injury Management & Shock
- Care of the Unconscious Patient
- Burns and Electrical Injury Care
- Hypothermia and Hyperthermia
- Information Management
- The well-being of the first aider
Method of Delivery
The course is facilitated by an instructor who will use PowerPoint presentation and DVD’s to guide you through the course. The course is delivered through English.
Duration & Assessment
3-Day Course – 1st, 2nd and 3rd March 2023
€250 (Certification fee included). Tea/Coffee and refreshments fee of charge each day.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be issued with a certificate from the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council. This certificate will be valid for 2 years.
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