This unique one-day course has been specifically designed to equip participants with the practical and essential life-saving skills needed to cope in an emergency situation. There is a clear focus on the essential elements of basic first-aid and basic life support with an emphasis on hands-on practice. The course content can be tailored to the needs of the client and to specific industrial and commercial business sectors. Ideally suited to members of the general public who would like to learn a high level of practical basic first aid skills over a short time frame and do not require formal certified training. We would recommend this course to road-users, carers, community groups and sports clubs. This course is also suited to those requiring first-aid training for Irish Instructor Sailing Courses.
Course Content/Topics Covered
- Accident scene management & casualty assessment
- Activating the emergency services
- How to apply bandages, wound dressing and slings
- Control of bleeding & treatment of wounds and shock
- Recovery position
- Recognising angina, heart attack and cardiac arrest
- Altered level of consciousness
- Medical emergencies
Our approach to training incorporates both practical and interactive learning, giving the participants the confidence and ability to put theory into practice and to cope with real-life situations that may arise in the workplace, home or community. Our instructors have years of practical experience in front line emergency care and tutoring all levels of learners.
There is no assessment applicable to this course.
On completion of this course participants will receive an attendance certificate from Order of Malta Ireland which is valid for 2 years.
Course Ideal for
- General Public
- Sports Clubs
- Community Groups
- Irish Instructor Sailing Courses
No. of Participants
Maximum of 12 learners per class.
This course can be provided at your company premises or at our Training Centre.