First Aid Training Course - Overview
Learn the essential skills of first aid in The First Aid Training Course, a comprehensive online course that covers all the essential topics in first aid, from the basics of CPR and bleeding control to more advanced topics such as head injuries and medical emergencies.
In this course, you will learn how to assess a patient’s condition, provide basic life support, and manage a variety of injuries and illnesses. You will also learn how to recognize and manage medical emergencies, such as poisoning, smoke inhalation, and hypothermia.
The course is delivered in a clear and engaging way, with videos and animations.
Enrol today in The First Aid Training Course and start learning the essential skills of first aid!
Why Choose Teachers Training
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No formal entry requirements. You need to have:
CPD Certification from The Teachers Training
Successfully completing the MCQ exam of this course qualifies you for a CPD-accredited certificate from The Teachers Training. You will be eligible for both PDF copy and hard copy of the certificate to showcase your achievement however you wish.
- You can get your digital certificate (PDF) for £4.99 only
- Hard copy certificates are also available, and you can get one for only £10.99
- You can get both PDF and Hard copy certificates for just £12.99!
The certificate will add significant weight to your CV and will give you a competitive advantage when applying for jobs.
|First Aid Training Course|
|Module 01 Aim of First Aid and the First Steps||00:35:00|
|Module 02: Resuscitation (CPR)||00:35:00|
|Module 03: Secondary Assessment, The Recovery Position And Shock||00:33:00|
|Module 04: Head and Eye Injuries, Fractures, and Amputation||00:40:00|
|Module 05: Choking, Wounds, Bleeding & Burns||00:35:00|
|Module 06: Secondary Conditions and Reactions I||00:30:00|
|Module 07: Secondary Conditions and Reactions II||00:33:00|
|Module 08: Chronic Conditions||00:40:00|
|Module 09: Medical Emergencies – Poisoning, Smoke inhalation, Hypothermia, Elect||00:30:00|