First Aid at Work

The course is designed for low risk workplaces covering Basic First Aid skills and the roles and
responsibilities of the First Aider.

They are in Three categories, namely:

  • Business First Aid
  • School Teacher First Aid
  • Sports First Aid

Duration and Time

Our Business First aid course is a 1-day, 6 hours course.

Course Content

  • Incident assessment
  • Calling for help
  • Treatment of the unconscious casualty
  • CPR techniques and use of an AED
  • Choking
  • Treatment of bleeding and shock
  • Contents of a first aid kit
  • Medical emergencies
  • Minor injury (cuts, splinters, minor burns)
  • Accident reporting

Course covers what should staff do if the worst happens to staff, students or parents in your school. Our teachers first aid courses are practical and will give you the confidence to deal with first aid accidents in the classroom and playground.

We will act a myth buster regarding use of plasters with children, helmet removal if children are knocked off their bike dealing with asthma, epilepsy, bangs to the head and anaphylaxis amongst other things. Adventure First Aid ‘s teacher first aid courses are practical and interactive, no death by PowerPoint here!

With training taking place on your premises, learning first aid couldn’t be more convenient. First Aid for schools can delivered on your in-service day or a weekend day

Duration and Time

First Aid Inset Training is delivered over 6 hours.

Course Content:

  • Dealing with incidents
  • Asthma
  • Control of bleeding
  • Severe allergic reaction
  • Choking
  • Resuscitation CPR and use of an AED
  • Seizures
  • Treatment of an unconscious casualty
  • Fainting
  • Shock
  • Eye injuries
  • Low blood sugar
  • Burns and scalds
  • Poisoning

This qualification is for the team sports person, coach, spectator or other involved adult with a duty of care requirement to make a reasonable decision about sports injuries.

Duration and Time.

Our sports first aid course is a 1-day, 6 hours course.

Course content:

  • Safe best practice and awareness of current regulations
  • Sports specific practical scenario training
  •  A systematic approach to incident management. Primary Survey
  • Vital signs
  • Airway Management – safe airway positions & dealing with gum shields
  • Return to play decisions following on field assessment using SALTAPS
  • Recognition of concussion – use of Maddock’s questions
  • Soft tissue injuries, strains and sprains – when to and when not to use ice
  • What to put in your first aid kit
  • How to make an action plan

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