1. First Aid Training Module is designed to empower candidates with knowledge and skills to provide basic first aid, in order to assist in a victimís survival, prior to transfer to a medical or paramedical facility. This timely assistance is most critical to victims, and in most cases, saves lives! A first-Aiders immediate response in the first fifteen minutes after the incident is a determining factor of the survival of a victim.
Therefore taking a practical course in First Aid is the best basic preparation
For any organization & institutions for dealing with an emergency.
The training shall cover:
∑ Victims with no breathing or pulse through CPR.
∑ Bleeding External, Bleeding Internal;
∑ Fractures and Dislocations; Head, Neck and Back Injuries.
∑ Burns simple/severe, the 9% rule; Scalds and chemical burns etc.
∑ Loss of Consciousness;
∑ Shock/Electric Shock.
∑ Heat Stroke and Heat Exhaustion; Hypothermia and Frostbite; Poisoning; Seizures;
∑ Ear Emergencies, Eye Emergencies (Foreign object or chemical in the eye.) Nose
∑ Evacuation from accidents sites and remote regions by using innovative non conventional methods.
2. Duration: A total of 12 hours would be needed to conduct a training course depending on the level of participants. Each course is divided into 70% practical and 30% theory sessions.
3. Benefits of the Training: The quality returns in training of the school in First Aid skills is visible and measurable. A volunteer who knows the skills to help a person in distress is an asset at home, in transit, and at work. The benefits in terms of money spent in training vs. money spent after an emergency is vast and also helps your brand to be seen as one that is concerned for the safety of its people.
It has started a movement to educate people & school students in first aid, lifesaving and road safety. Whereas prompt administration of first aid frequently makes the difference between life and death at home, at work or in transit, lifesaving involves saving a person from drowning. It requires special skills to recognize a victim in water, reach out to him/her in the deep, affect a rescue and then to revive the casualt