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Erste-Hilfe-Kurse

Wenn Sie einen RQF-Kurs (Regulated Qualifications Framework) buchen möchten, klicken Sie bitte auf „Jetzt buchen“ und blättern Sie durch den Kalender, um weitere Termine zu sehen. Alternativ können Sie uns unter 01782 438813 anrufen oder eine E-Mail an hello@youcandoit.training senden.

Wir bieten diese kostengünstigen Erste-Hilfe-Kurse in Stoke-on-Trent oder landesweit an.

Erste-Hilfe-Kurse der RQF-Stufe 3 sind ideal für alle, die ihr Wissen, ihre Fähigkeiten und ihr Verständnis erweitern möchten, und für alle, die der alleinige Ersthelfer für ihr Unternehmen werden möchten. Der Kurs ist eine regulierte Qualifikation, d. h. es muss keine Sorgfaltspflicht erfüllt werden. Er behandelt die Grundlagen der Lebenserhaltung bei Erwachsenen und vermittelt den Kursteilnehmern Selbstvertrauen bei der Anwendung ihrer Fähigkeiten. Bei einigen Kursen umfasst der Inhalt ein breites Themenspektrum von Herz-Lungen-Wiederbelebung und Defibrillation bis hin zu Splittern.

Für alle Arbeitgeber in Stoke on Trent oder im ganzen Land sind Erste-Hilfe-Kurse der Stufe 3 des RQF ideal für Unternehmen, in denen die Zahl der Unfälle minimal ist. Die Lernenden werden dadurch in die Lage versetzt, Erste Hilfe am Arbeitsplatz zu leisten, und werden in ihrer Rolle am Arbeitsplatz unterstützt. Diese Qualifikation erfüllt die Anforderungen für Erste Hilfe gemäß den Gesundheits- und Sicherheitsvorschriften (Erste Hilfe) von 1981, die Anforderungen für Erste-Hilfe-Schulungen gemäß der Dokumentation der Early Years Foundation-Phase und die Richtlinien des Resuscitation Council (UK).

Bei Erste-Hilfe-Kursen der RQF-Stufe 3 müssen die Teilnehmer im Rahmen ihrer Prüfung Erste-Hilfe-Maßnahmen demonstrieren, wie sie es in einer realen Arbeitsumgebung tun würden, einschließlich der Herz-Lungen-Wiederbelebung (CPR) bei einem Verletzten auf dem Boden. Daher müssen die Teilnehmer körperlich in der Lage sein, auf dem Boden eine Herz-Lungen-Wiederbelebung durchzuführen.

This is an overview of the RQF Level First Aid courses at You Can Do It .Training

Suitability.

This First Aid training is aimed at those who undertake the responsibilities associated with being a workplace first aider.

 

Assessment.

Learners are assessed for this emergency first aid qualification using the following methods:

Multiple choice question paper
 

Practical observation

The assessment will take place under examination conditions, i.e., learners will sit at least 1.25 metres apart and will not be allowed to confer during the examination. No books, including dictionaries, will be permitted during the examination.

 

Business benefits.

Having designated first aiders in the workplace is a legal requirement

Nobody expects an emergency to happen. Having trained first aiders onsite ensures that if an emergency situation does arise, it will be dealt with in a prompt and effective manner

Failing to provide qualified first aiders puts everyone involved in your business at risk. This includes your employees, customers and visitors.
 

Learning outcomes:

Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider.

Assess an incident

Manage an unresponsive casualty who is or is not breathing normally

Recognise and assist a casualty who is choking

Manage a casualty

Conduct a secondary survey

Administering First Aid

Assessment of First Aid at Work needs.
 

Employers are required to carry out an assessment of first-aid needs. This involves consideration of workplace hazards and risks, the size of the organisation and other relevant factors, to determine what first-aid equipment, facilities and personnel should be provided.
 

If in doubt, we can provide a consultancy service. There is also a free HSE leaflet, which contains a useful checklist covering the points employers should consider when carrying out the assessment.

 

First aid at work: your questions answered (HSE)

Modules

What is covered in the RQF Level 3 First Aid at Work (FAW) Stoke course

 

Unit 1.

Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider:

the role and responsibilities of a first aider

how to minimise the risk of infection to self and others

the need for consent to provide First Aid

 

Unit 2.

Be able to assess an incident:

conducting a scene survey

conducting a primary survey of a casualty

summoning appropriate assistance when necessary

 

Unit 3.

Be able to provide First Aid to an unresponsive casualty:

When to administer Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

When to place a casualty into the recovery position

Demonstrating how to place a casualty into the recovery position

How to administer First Aid to a casualty who is experiencing a seizure

Unit 4.

Be able to provide First Aid to a casualty who is choking; when choking is:

Mild or severe

Unit 5.

Be able to provide First Aid to a casualty with external bleeding:

The severity of external bleeding

Demonstrating how to control external bleeding

Unit 6.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty who is in shock:

Recognising a casualty who is suffering from shock

How to administer First Aid to a casualty who is suffering from shock

Unit 7.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with minor injuries:

Small cuts

Grazes

Bruises

Small splinters

Unit 7.2.

How to administer First Aid to a casualty with minor burns and scalds:

Learners will know how to deal with minor burns and scalds in line with accepted current practice as outlined in the Voluntary Aids Society First Aid Manual.

Unit 8.

Be able to conduct a secondary survey:

Demonstrating how to conduct a head to toe survey

Unit 9.

How to administer First Aid to a casualty with minor burns and scalds:

Fractures and dislocations

Sprains and strains

How to administer First Aid for:

Fractures and dislocations

Sprains and strains

Demonstrating how to apply:

A support sling

An elevated sling

Unit 10.

Be able to provide First Aid to a casualty with suspected head and spinal injuries:

How to administer First Aid for a suspected head Injury

How to administer First Aid for a suspected spinal injury

Unit 11.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with suspected chest injuries:

Flail chest

Penetrating chest injury

Unit 12.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with burns and scalds:

The factors that affect the severity of burns and scalds

Unit 13.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with an eye injury:

Dust

Chemicals

Embedded objects

Unit 14.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with sudden poisoning:

The routes that poisons can take to enter the body

How to administer First Aid to a casualty affected by sudden poisoning

Sources of information for treating those affected by sudden poisoning

Unit 15.

Know how to provide First Aid to a casualty with anaphylaxis:

Common triggers for anaphylaxis

Recognising suspected anaphylaxis

How to administer First Aid for a casualty suffering from anaphylaxis

Unit 16.

Know how to recognise and provide First Aid to a casualty with suspected major illness:

Heart Attack

Stroke

Epileptic seizure

Asthma attack

Diabetic emergency

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