This online EFR Primary and Secondary Care course is essential for anyone that works from home or in their place of work, supplying you with the basic knowledge and confidence to perform first aid on work colleagues.
Using HD videos and written guidance, this online course is specially designed to help workers recognise emergency situations, treat conditions and day to day injuries and ensure you take the right course of action in an emergency.
Who should enrol on this EFR Primary and Secondary Care Course?
This online course is suitable for anyone within a business or office environment that wishes to learn new skills or refresh previous skills using the most up to date practices where a qualified first aider is not required according to the first aid risk assessment. No previous experience or qualifications are needed to complete this training as all basic first aid techniques are covered in detail throughout this course.
Will this course allow me to become a Qualified First-Aider?
For environments with significant health and safety risks, a formally trained first aider may be required on-site to deal with accidents. The level and type of training that is appropriate will be determined by the company’s risk assessment. To become a “Nominated” and “qualified” first aider in the workplace, complying with your local health and safety regulations, you will need to undertake the “First Aid at Work Level 3” 18 hours / 3 days training course or the “Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3” 6 hours / 1 day training course or similar (we provide these training courses).
If you are looking for a course to comply with your local requirements, then please click on one of the following links First Aid at Work Level 3 or Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 or visit our website at www.emtrg.co.uk
Guidance on choosing a provider in the UK for this can be found online: www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/geis3.htm
Primary Care - Casualty Management, The Priorities of Treatment, First Aid Kits, Record Keeping, The Primary Survey, CPR, Automated External Defibrillation Use, Serious Bleeding Management, Shock Management, Spinal Injury Management, Dealing with Strokes, Dealing with Heart Attacks and Dealing with Choking.
Secondary Care - The Recovery Position, Dealing with Head Injuries, Dealing with Eye Injuries, Dealing with Cuts and Grazes, Dealing with Fractures, Dealing with Burns, Dealing with Fainting, Dealing with Heat Stroke and Dealing with Allergies.
Further information about this qualification
Course Delivery: Online.
Certification: Valid for 3 Years. Download and print your certificate.
Duration: Approx. 1.5 hours to complete.
Recognised by: HSE, Ofsted, ISI, ISA, HMIE, Estyn, Sports and Medical regulating bodies and childminding agencies.
FREE Updates - From the moment you purchase your course right through until your certificate completion date you will be eligible to read any updates that are connected to your chosen course FREE of charge. We shall contact you via email to confirm any updates and changes. Alternatively, you can just log in to your account to view them.
By the end of the course, you will:
Understand workplace first aid regulations and the contents of a first aid kit.
Know how to conduct a primary survey dealing with unconscious casualties.
Know how to administer CPR to a casualty.
Know how to put casualties in the recovery position.
Be able to deal with and respond to serious bleeding, shock, spinal injuries, strokes, heart attacks and choking.
Know how to care for people suffering with head injuries, eye injuries, cuts and grazes, fractures, burns, fainting and heat stroke.
Understand the importance of recordkeeping.
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