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    First Aid/CPR/AED Level 3 (Train the Trainer)

    First Aid CPR/AED Level 1 - One day

    • This training is very interactive with instructor and student demonstrations.
    • Students are given comprehensive step-by-step training on specific first aid applications.
    • This extremely flexible program meets OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work.
    • This training is one day.

    Student Materials

    • First Aid Student Pack, including Student Guide, Wallet Skill Guide, Successful completion Card.

    Course Duration and Assessment

    • The training is for one day. Students are evaluated through Instructor observation of the reasonable performance of skills.
    • Performance and written evaluations are available and optional for use.
    • Qualification is valid for two years.

    First Aid CPR/AED Level 3 ( Train the Trainer)

    • This training is very interactive with instructor and student demonstrations.
    • Students are given comprehensive step-by-step training on how to deliver a successful first aid program.
    • Included in the package is the training material which consists of presentation slides, videos, tutor training pack.
    • All logical package to enable the student to deliver a professional program.
    • This course is 3 days 

    Student Materials

    • First Aid Student Pack, including Student Guide, Wallet Skill Guide, Successful completion Card.
    • Course Duration and Assessment
    • The training is for 3 days and on the last day, there will be a multiple-choice exam as well as a practical exam.
    • Participants must achieve the minimum pass standard to receive the MEDIC First Aid Instructor certificate.
    • The total course duration is 4 days.

    Day 1

    First Aid CPR/AED Level 1

    • Emergency First Aid Care
    • Recognizing an Emergency
    • Deciding to Help
    • Personal Safety
    • Using Barriers
    • Assessing for Response
    • Mechanism for Spinal Injury
    • Activating Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
    • Basic Life-Supporting Skills
    • Airway-Head-Tilt, Chin-Lift
    • Clearing the airway – Long Roll
    • Protecting the Airway – Recovery Position
    • Breathing – Ventilation Mask
    • Breathing – Ventilation Shield
    • Circulation – Chest Compressions
    • Initial Assessment
    • Unresponsive Patient
    • CPR for Cardiac Arrest
    • Bare, Prepare, and Place Pads
    • Troubleshooting Messages
    • Control of Bleeding
    • Managing Shock
    • Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
    • Ongoing Assessment
    • Warning Signs of Serious Illness
    • Mechanism for Significant Injury
    • Specific First Aid Problems
    • Moving Patients
    • Emotional Impact of Providing First Aid Care

    Day 2
    First Aid CPR/AED Level 3 (Train the Trainer)

    • The MEDIC FIRST AID Difference
    • MEDIC FIRST AID Training Philosophies
    • Medical Source Authorities
    • MEDIC FIRST AID’s Integrated Learning Model
    • Adult Learning Principles
    • MEDIC FIRSTAID Training Programs
    • Role of the Instructor

              Day 3
              First Aid CPR/AED Level 3 (Train the Trainer)

              • MEDIC FIRST AID Training Materials
              • Introduction to the Instructor Guide
              • Using Instructional Pages
              • Showing Program Video Segments
              • Referring to Student Guide Pages
              • Performing Real-Time Demonstrations

                          Day 4
                          First Aid CPR/AED Level 3 (Train the Trainer)

                          • Facilitating a Small-Group Practice
                          • Observing Reasonable Performance
                          • Accommodating Slow Learners or Difficult Students
                          • Facilitating Talk-Through Scenarios
                          • Facilitating Performance Evaluations
                          • Facilitating Written Knowledge Reviews

                          This course is suitable for individuals who aspire to become First Aid instructor.

                          First Aid CPR/AED Level 1 - One day

                          • Emergency First Aid Care
                          • Recognizing an Emergency
                          • Deciding to Help
                          • Personal Safety
                          • Using Barriers
                          • Assessing for Response
                          • The mechanism for Spinal Injury
                          • Activating Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
                          • Basic Life-Supporting Skills
                          • Airway-Head-Tilt, Chin-Lift
                          • Clearing the airway – Long Roll
                          • Protecting the Airway – Recovery Position
                          • Breathing – Ventilation Mask
                          • Breathing – Ventilation Shield
                          • Circulation – Chest Compressions
                          • Initial Assessment
                          • Unresponsive Patient
                          • CPR for Cardiac Arrest
                          • Bare, Prepare and Place Pads
                          • Troubleshooting Messages
                          • Control of Bleeding
                          • Managing Shock
                          • Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
                          • Ongoing Assessment
                          • Warning Signs of Serious Illness
                          • The mechanism for Significant Injury
                          • Specific First Aid Problems
                          • Moving Patients
                          • Emotional Impact of Providing First Aid Care
                          First Aid CPR/AED Level 3 (Train the Trainer) - Three days
                          The MEDIC FIRST AID Difference
                          • MEDIC FIRST AID Training Philosophies
                          • Medical Source Authorities
                          • MEDIC FIRST AID’s Integrated Learning Model
                          • Adult Learning Principles
                          • MEDIC FIRST AID Training Programs
                          • Role of the Instructor
                          • MEDIC FIRST AID Training Materials
                          • Introduction to the Instructor Guide
                          • Using Instructional Pages
                          • Showing Program Video Segments
                          • Referring to Student Guide Pages
                          • Performing Real-Time Demonstrations
                          • Facilitating a Small-Group Practice
                          • Observing Reasonable Performance
                          • Accommodating Slow Learners or Difficult Students
                          • Facilitating Talk-Through Scenarios
                          • Facilitating Performance Evaluations
                          • Facilitating Written Knowledge Reviews

                          First Aid CPR/AED Level 1

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