Standard Level C First Aid with AED - St John Ambulance 2016 Guidelines
This two-day (16 hours) in-class training covers all the skills in Emergency First Aid plus first aid for other injuries and illnesses, including head and spinal injuries, fractures of the upper and lower limbs. This course includes CPR-C training and certification for Adult, Child, Infant, and two-rescuer resuscitation, as well as AED (automated external defibrillator) training and certification. In accordance to St. John Ambulance, course certification is obtained upon successful completion of an in-class practical exercise and 80% or higher on an in-class exam. Participants receive official St. John Ambulance booklet.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE / GOALS:
Course certification is obtained upon successful completion of an in-class practical exercise and 80% or higher on an in-class exam.
"You will learn the following:
• The EMS system
• Preparing to respond
• Check, Call, Care
• Airway emergencies
• Breathing and circulation emergencies
• First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
• Wound care
• Head and spine injuries
• Bone, muscle and joint injuries
• Sudden medical emergencies
• Environmental emergencies
• Other content required by specific legislation
OUTCOME (Certificate, etc.)A certificate from the course. Certificate is renewed every three years.
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