citizenAID First Aid
First Aid Courses – Level 2 (citizenAID) First Aid
citizenAID First Aid is providing immediate action to a victim or multiple victims with an illness or injury until a medical professional is present.
Would you know how to react in the event of a terrorist attack? This course will help with public safety and teach you how to apply first aid when the emergency services are delayed.
Who is it for:
Anyone wanting to learn how to conduct first aid in the instance of multiple casualties.
On completion of the training, the delegate should have the first aid knowledge to be able to guide civilians to safety and communicate well with the emergency services in order to prioritise each casualty and decide who to treat in order of concern.
The citizenAID First Aid course covers areas such as:
- Triage or prioritising injury
- Reporting an incident
- Recovery position
- The event of a bomb scare or exploded bomb
- How to deal with an active knife attacker or shooter
- Catastrophic bleeding
- Handing over a casualty to the emergency services
The trainer delivers the course through a variety of case studies and group discussions. You will also partake in a practical element to the course after tutorials from the tutor.
What is required to pass the citizenAID First Aid course?
Throughout the course, the delegates will be observed by the trainer and will have to complete a range of informal assessments. The delegate will also have to complete a practical session in which they must display the skills they have learned. Delegates must be at least 14 years of age to attend the training. The Ofqual regulated certificate is valid for 3 years.
The citizenAID course is available at our centre in Wigan
The course is also available in-house at the following 3B Training locations:
Basildon, Colchester, Derby, Doncaster, Durham, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Preston, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Tamworth, Watford and Wigan.
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How to use DRABC – The Primary Survey
Upon finding a casualty it is important to judge what level of first aid needs to be administered. A first aider uses the primary survey to fathom this. Find out more about the procedure here.