Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • About this training package

  • 2

    Unit One: Introduction

    • Learning Outcomes

    • Syllabus

  • 3

    Unit One: What is First Aid?

    • What is First Aid?

  • 4

    Unit One: Legislation

    • Legislation

    • First Aid Provision

    • First Aid Kits

    • Accident and Incident Reporting

    • The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013

  • 5

    Unit One: Responsibilities

    • Responsibilities of a First Aider

    • Casualty Communication

    • Calling the Emergency Services

    • Prioritising Treatment

    • Infection Control

  • 6

    Unit One: Action in an emergency

    • Action in an Emergency

  • 7

    Unit One: Primary Survey

    • Primary Survey

    • DR ABC

    • What would you do?

  • 8

    Unit One: Secondary Assessment

    • Secondary Assessment

    • Top-To-Toe Survey

    • The Recovery Position

    • What would you do?

  • 9

    Unit One: The Respiratory System

    • The Respiratory System

  • 10

    Unit One: Resuscitation and AED

    • Resuscitation

    • Principles of resuscitation

    • Resuscitation procedures

    • The safe use of an AED

    • Where is your organisations AED?

  • 11

    Unit One: Disorders of respiration

    • Disorders of Respiration

  • 12

    Unit One: Disorders of Circulation

    • The Circulatory System

    • Hypovolaemic Shock

    • Fainting

  • 13

    Unit One: Wounds and Bleeding

    • Wounds

    • Bleeding

    • Embedded Objects

    • Bleeding Continued

    • Amputations

    • What would you do?

  • 14

    Unit One: Seizures

    • Seizures

    • Epilepsy

    • Treatment

  • 15

    Unit One: Minor Burns and Scalds

    • Burns

    • What would you do?

  • 16

    Unit One: Foreign Objects

    • Foreign Objects

  • 17

    Unit One: Knowledge Check

    • Knowledge Check

  • 18

    Unit Two: Introduction

    • Learning Outcomes: Unit Two

    • Unit Two: Introduction

  • 19

    Bones, Joints and Muscle injuries

    • Introduction

    • Fractures

    • Soft Tissue Injuries

    • What would you do?

  • 20

    Head and Spinal Injuries

    • Concussion

    • Skull Fractures

    • Cerebral Compression

    • Spinal Injuries

    • What would you do?

  • 21

    Chest and abdominal injuries

    • Penetrating Chest Wounds

    • Ribcage Injuries

    • Crush Injury

    • Abdominal Wound

  • 22

    Specialised Burn Injuries

    • Burns

    • Chemical Burns

    • Electrical Burns

    • What would you do?

  • 23

    Eye Injuries

    • A Blow To An Eye

    • Other Eye Injuries

  • 24

    Poisoning

    • Poisoning Introduction

    • Industrial Poisoning

    • Drug Poisoning

    • Food Poisoning

  • 25

    Anaphylaxis

    • Anaphylaxis

  • 26

    Major Injuries

    • Heart Attack

    • Stroke

    • Diabetes

    • Asthma

    • What would you do?

  • 27

    Unit 2: Knowledge Check

    • Knowledge Check: Unit 2

  • 28

    Assessment

    • Book your assessment process and become qualified.