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CIEH Level 2 Emergency 1st Aid at Work - 1 day course
Mon 12 December 2016, 09:15 – 17:00 GMT
This qualification introduces candidates to:
- The roles and responsibilities of a first aider
- The legal requirements for first aid provision
- The importance of accurate incident reporting
- First aid equipment and its safe use
- The need to minimise the risk of infection
- The importance of assessing an incident
- Undertaking a primary survey
- When and how to call for help
- Practical First Aid
Why Is This Training Important?
The important life saving skills you learn in First Aid Training are not only applicable to work, but your family and friends as well.
On Successful Completion of the CIEH Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work delegates will understand:
- Roles and responsibilities of a first aider
- Assessment and management of first aid incidents
- Management of an unconscious casualty
- Management of a casualty who is not breathing normally
- Management of a casualty who is choking
- Management of a casualty who has a bleeding injury
- Management of a casualty who is in shock
An examination consisting of 15 multiple choice questions plus a practical assessment. In the practical assessment, candidates will be tested on the following five elements:
- Recovery position
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
On the day of training you must bring photographic proof of identity (passport, driving licences etc). Please be aware that the awarding body stipulates that you will not be allowed to sit the exam without this.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I update my registration information?
Please contact us on email@example.com to update your detail.
Is there a dress code of the training?
Due to the practical nature of the training, it is inadvisable to wear skirts, dresses or tight fitting clothes. It may also be useful for people with long hair to bring something to tie / hold it back with.