CIEH Emergency first aid at work

This qualification introduces candidates to:

The roles and responsibilities of a first aider
The legal requirements for first aid provision
The importance of accurate incident reporting
First aid equipment and its safe use
The need to minimise the risk of infection
The importance of assessing an incident
Undertaking a primary survey
When and how to call for help

Outline programme

The EFAW training and assessment will cover the following topics:

Roles and responsibilities of a first aider
Assessment and management of first aid incidents
Management of an unconscious casualty
Management of a casualty who is not breathing normally
Management of a casualty who is choking
Management of a casualty who has a bleeding injury
Management of a casualty who is in shock


Course duration: one-day programme
Assessment method: practical assessment plus an examination consisting of 15 multiple-choice questions
In the practical assessment, candidates will be tested on the following five elements:

Recovery position
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Choking
Bleeding
Shock

The CIEH Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work is accredited by Ofqual, ensuring that the training courses you provide are of the highest quality.

What this means for candidates;

Successfully completing the CIEH Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work course will qualify candidates to become a first aider in their workplace.

In addition to receiving a certificate, each successful candidate will receive a wallet-sized ID card, stating that they are a qualified first aider.

Cost 85.00 per delegate. 9.30 am - approx 4 pm Horwich, Bolton Friday 15 June 2012.

Only a few places remain call us now on 01204 690851 or 07792 400 503 to book on. 85.00

Guide Price: 85 (no VAT)

Delivery: Classroom
Category: Emergency First Aid at work »
Duration: 1 day
Qualification: Level 2 award

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