Courses Details
Course Overview

First Aid is defined as the initial care provided to a sick or injured person by a trained personnel until definitive medical treatment can be accessed.  Accidents can happen in the safest of places.  Crisis such as heart failure, severe hemorrhaging, falling and electric shock are just a few of hundreds of possible situations that may arise in an emergency.  Knowing what to do at that critical moment can mean life or death to the unknown victim.  This course will provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills to deal with such situations in the most appropriate manner.

Course Schedule
Target Audience
Personnel from any discipline
Course Prerequisites
Good command of the English language
Expected Accomplishments
  • Ability to respond to emergency situations in an appropriate manner
  • Learn how to carry out CPR for a child and adult
  • Learn to assess the situation by identifying the symptoms 
  • Ability to use the Recovery Position and maintain stability
  • Know correct method of reporting the emergency when expert help arrives
Course Outline
  • Circle of care principles
  • Scene safety and management
  • Initial assessment techniques
  • Airway management techniques
  • CPR
  • Control of bleeding
  • Foreign body airway obstruction
  • Serious illness
  • Common Injuries
  • Burn care (electrical, chemical, thermal)
  • First Aid topics