Through this course, the general public can become FIRST RESPONDERS, who can respond and act in medical emergencies and first aid situations. These first aid situations can range from cuts & bruises, sprain, fracture, bleeding to head injury, cardiac arrest and choking.
If you are trained in First Aid & CPR, you can improve the safety of your colleagues and family and even strangers. You become the first person to respond to a medical emergency and hence you become the FIRST RESPONDER. This course ensures that upon completion you will have full confidence in your ability to provide first aid when emergency situations arise.
This course is designed to enable the learner to:
- Understand the responsibilities of a first aider
- Recognize scene safety
- Perform immediate patient assessment
- Understand medico legal issues for first aid
- Understand disaster management and preparedness
- Provide first aid for:
- Road traffic accidents
- Home accidents
- Bites and stings
- Cardiac arrest
- Heat stroke
- Severe bleeding