Course of the week – First Aid for Family Emergencies

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Bike Accident 1This course is aimed at anyone who requires a course in family first aid. The certificate is valid for 3 years and a recommended annual refresher can be done online.

This course is aimed at the needs of the family. It covers primary and secondary care skills for adults, infants and children. Knowing what to do in an emergency is an excellent life skill to learn and the course covers many subjects that you may come across. This course is available as a class course nationally or if you want an online only course then the Family First Aid course is ideal.

The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence Based Learning statement.


  • Introductory First Aid Training
    • Fears of First Aid
    • Asking Permission to Help
    • Scene Safety
    • Chain of Survival
    • DRAB and the ABCDs
    • Initial Assessment and Recovery Position
    • Stop Think Act
    • Infant Recovery Position
    • Barriers
    • Face Shields
    • Hand Washing
    • First Aid Kit
  • Cardiac Arrest
    • Adult, Child, Infant CPR
    • Adult CPR Hand Over
    • Compression Only CPR
    • AED Introduction
  • Heart Attack and Stroke
    • Heart Attack
    • Aspirin for Heart Attacks
    • Stroke
  • Choking Training
    • Conscious and Unconscious Adult Choking
    • Conscious and Unconscious Child Choking
    • Conscious and Unconscious Infant Choking
  • Bleeding Control
    • Types of Bleeding
    • Serious Bleeding
    • Embedded Objects
    • Plasters
    • Other Injuries
  • Secondary Care Ongoing Assessments for Injury and Illness
    • Illness Assessment
    • Adult Fractures
    • Pediatric Head Injury
    • Eye Injuries
    • Spinal Injury
    • Allergic Reaction and Auto-Injectors
    • Burns
    • Heat and Cold Emergencies
    • Shock
    • Epilepsy
    • Febrile Convulsions
    • Electrocution


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