•Demonstrate effective basic life support skills
•Safely attach and operate an automated external defibrillator
•Identify and discuss the safety issues surrounding defibrillation
•Demonstrate a clear understanding of the importance of routine maintenance of equipment and record keeping
•Understand the importance of recording and reporting any cardiac
•Be able to give a definition of anaphylaxis and demonstrate correct management of a casualty suffering from anaphylaxis
The BLS course is designed for anyone doctors, nurses, gp's and the layperson our most popular all rounded course CPR hands on training. A room full of mannequins, defibrillators loads of practices and yes. Our main focus is that of training and knowledge.
This course is a mandatory requirement for large companies or companies whose risk assessment advised full qualification training for their first aiders. The candidate will be able to recognise, manage and care of people who have been taken ill or injured in the workplace.
This Anaphylaxis training course is intended to support anyone who requires training in how and when to use an auto injector for the treatment of anaphylaxis. The use of pre-filled auto injectors such as the Epipen, Jext Emerade or through the use of PGDs is included.
This learning module aims to give the user an overview of the causes, presentation and treatment for anaphylaxis and will give you the opportunity to test your knowledge with interactive questions throughout.
The ILS course is suitable for doctors, medical students, nurses, nursing students, midwives, healthcare providers such as physiotherapists, dentist and ambulance technicians. It may also be suitable for fire service technicians, police personnel and prison officers.
This qualification is assessed through practical observation and oral questioning throughout theduration of the course by the tutor. Learners must practically demonstrate the application of thecorrect techniques in all the areas indicated within the learning outcomes of the unit.