AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Training

Max 6 Delegates

Overview

The AED or CPR course (automated external defibrillator)  teaches students how to recognise a life-threatening emergency, how to deal with somebody who has collapsed and how to properly and effectively carry out CPR and use an AED. The AED course will typically be delivered over a morning or afternoon. The length of the course varies depending on if you chose to complete the child and infant modules. Normally this course can be completed between 3 and 4 ½ hours depending on the experience of the delegates.

What's Involved

The AED course covers a range of topics to do with cardiac emergencies. It will also teach you how to use an AED, when it should be used and who should use it. This course focuses very heavily on practical skills and student participation. By the end of the course the students will have completed numerous cycles of CPR while using a defibrillator, this is all designed to make the student more comfortable and confident, if ever asked to carry out the skills for real.

The Syllabus Includes:

AED Course

    • Chest Compressions
    • Breathing
    • Compressions with Breathing
    • Using a Defibrillator
    • Safety Precautions
    • Using a Mask & Barrier Devices
    • choking

Certification

Upon successful completion of this course students will be issued with a card which will last up to a year