Emergency First Aid eLearning
Emergency First Aid eLearning is an online course that covers how to provide treatment to a casualty with an illness or injury until the emergency services arrive.
How long is the Emergency First Aid eLearning course?
Approx. 2 hours
Who should complete the Emergency First Aid course?
Anyone who requires induction to emergency first aid or wants to be an accredited first aider.
Is the Emergency First Aid course accredited?
When does my Emergency First Aid certificate expire?
Course Objectives of the Emergency First Aid eLearning
On completion of the Highfield online course, the delegate should have further knowledge of first aid application. They will be able to properly conduct basic life support and place a casualty into the recovery position. They will also have a greater knowledge of how to report accidents in the workplace.
The Emergency First Aid course is split into 6 modules, each covering the required content to pass the course. The course is delivered through a range of videos, interactive exercises, multiple-choice questions and a final exam.
Once you have booked you will receive an email with your login details, you then have 12 months to complete the course before your licence expires. Once you have completed the course you will be able to download your certificate.
The course modules are as followed:
- The day to day roles and responsibilities of a first aider
- Incident assessments
- How to manage an unresponsive casualty
- Assisting and recognising a choking casualty
- Treating a casualty who is in shock or externally bleeding
- Treating a casualty with minor injuries
For a more thorough, online course we recommend the First Aid at Work eLearning. This course is suitable for those who work in a high-risk environment.
We also deliver Emergency First Aid as a classroom course, the course is available in the below venues as an open course date.