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What is First Aid?

        Whenever you find yourself at work in a situation where an accident occurred and no one, First aid provides the immediate emergency assistance to an injured or sick individual which is able to be performed by a person who has limited knowledge or skill. First aid is normally performed until the injury or illness is satisfactorily dealt with or until a qualified professional (a doctor, a nurse or an actual first aider) arrives.

        This short course helps you learn the basics of first aid on the situation are commonly applied on accidents in an occupational workplace setting. The tutorial will guide you through common do’s and don't on emergency procedures and applications in treating injuries and accidents ranging from nosebleeds, wounds, and fainted individuals.



What are the benefits in finishing this course? 

As you finish this course, you will have basic knowledge about:

  1.         Contents and How to use your first aid kit 
  2.         Surveying and Analyzing of a Situation
  3.         How to apply CPR
  4.         How to Treat and apply first aid on:
    1. Cuts and Grazes
    2. Bumps and Bruises
    3. Sprains and Strains
    4. Choking
    5. Bleeding



Course Audience

This course is dedicated to:

  •         Medical Volunteer
  •         Head and Supervisors
  •         Working Class Employees of High-Risk                         Occupations







Course Syllabus

  • Introduction on First Aid 
  • First Aid Kit Contents
  • Principals of First Aid Basics
  • Performing CPR
  • Treating Accident Related Injuries



Course content

  • First Aid - Introduction

  • The Right to Save Lives!

  • How to use your First Aid Kit

  • The Role of a First Aider

  • Assessing the Situation

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

  • Cuts and Grazes

  • Bumps and Bruises

  • Sprains and Strains

  • Choking

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