Primary Care (CPR)

The Emergency First Response "Primary Care" (CPR) teaches participants how to respond to emergencies that threaten life.

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Secondary Care (First Aid)

The Emergency First Response "Secondary Care" (First Aid) taught to treat injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening.

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Child care

The Emergency First Response "Child care" is an innovative course of CPR, AED and first aid that teaches participants how to provide emergency care to children (one to eight) and infants (less than a year ) injured or sick.

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Trainings

Course duration

All Emergency First Response courses are based on performance, not on time. The duration of individual courses vary:

1. The number of participants

2. The participant's ability to achieve the objectives set in the

3. The ratio of students per instructor

4. Of course education options

 

The following useful classes are typical and based on a class of 12 students:

* Primary Care (CPR) - 4,5 to 6 hours

* Secondary Care (First Aid) - 2,5 to 3.5 hours

* Child Care (CPR / first aid for children and infants) - 7 to 8 hours

* Integrated Course Primary Care / Secondary Care and Care for Children - 8 to 9 hours

* Course DEA - 2 to 3 hours

* Course CPR & AED (America) - 2.5 to 3 hours

* First Aid at work (Asia Pacific) - 15 hours minimum

* First Aid at work (Great Britain) - 24 hours

* First Aid at Work (Italy) - 12 to 16 hours

* First Aid at Work (Spain) - 15 hours minimum

Contact hours can be customized to meet the specific conditions required of the company concerned.

 

Teaching Method Course

The Emergency First Response courses are based on a flexible teaching methods to meet each individual requirement. Participants master a combination of personal study, learning and instructor-led practice sessions scenarios technical sessions necessary techniques and knowledge through. Instructors can also add any information that is necessary to the requirements of local training or a specific workplace.

With lifestyles "loaded" Today, not only do people prefer to learn at their own pace, but this method also allows them to better learn and remember the concepts more. Studies on teaching methods consistently show that personal study leads to a better assimilation and retention of information.

The benefits of teaching method private study Emergency First Response are:

Better preparation participant

Personal study responds to different learning styles and allows participants to learn at their own pace. This leads to better preparation before learning techniques, especially when participants observe, thanks to the video demonstrations of techniques performed by a model.

More efficient use of time

The personal study allows the instructor to focus the contact time with the participant on learning techniques and practical scenarios. Participants come prepared with practical training, which reduces the time spent in the classroom. This method is suitable for jobs loaded.

Learning time focused

As reduces the time an instructor must pass to cover the basics personal study, he can devote more time to learning the techniques and satisfy and, in specific conditions required for safety at work . The learning curve is concentrated to fill in any gaps to transmit information that are adapted to local regulations.

Other teaching methods

Although courses and teaching materials Emergency First Response is well suited for personal study and allow students to spend less time in the classroom, your instructor may use other teaching formats. In some cases, a lecture theoretical concepts (as well as practical sessions) is preferable. It is you and your instructor choose which method is best for you.

 

 

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